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  • 90% AND 40% SILVER BAGS

    Ninety-percent silver bags are often referred to as 'junk silver' though this term can be misleading. These coins are generally dimes and quarters sold in $1,000 bags which reflect their face value (i.e., the legal tender value of the coins). Half bags contain a face value of $500.
  • BUFFALO COMMEMORATIVE SILVER DOLLAR

    The American Buffalo Silver Dollar portrays a profile representation of an American Indian on its obverse. The word 'LIBERTY' arcs in front of the American Indian's face. The date appears across his lower neck.
  • FRANKLIN HALF-DOLLAR

    The Franklin Half-Dollar coin was minted from 1948 to 1963. The coin pictured Benjamin Franklin on the obverse (front) and the Liberty Bell on the reverse (back). A small eagle to the right of the bell was necessitated by law; Franklin himself had preferred the turkey as a "more noble bird."
  • KENNEDY HALF-DOLLAR

    Both Congress and the U.S. Mint scrambled to create the coin memorializing our nation's 35th President following President Kennedy's assassination on November 22, 1963. Congress passed an act authorizing the Kennedy Half-Dollar on December 30, 1963.
  • MEXICAN LIBERTAD

    The Mexican Libertad series features a one-ounce silver bullion coin that has been produced in years when other Onza Troy de Plata (troy ounce of silver) Mexican coins were not being minted.