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Sell Silver Coins

We buy silver coins

Atlanta Gold and Coin Buyers offers among the most competitive rates in the industry for silver coins and silver rounds.

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U.S. Silver Coins

Average circulated common date dimes, quarters, half dollars, and silver dollars minted in 1964 and earlier are commonly referred to as 90% silver or junk silver coins. These coins are recognizable the world over, are highly liquid, and are popular among coin collectors, silver bullion investors and survivalists alike.

Half dollars minted from 1965 – 1970 are commonly referred to as 40% silver or half clad coins. Dimes, quarters, and silver dollars minted after 1965 contain no silver content and are typically not worth much more than the face value of the coins.

American silver eagles, which were first minted in 1986, and remain in production today, contain one troy ounce of .999 fine silver. These coins are U.S. legal tender and have a face value of $1.

Please see below for additional details on some of the most common U.S. silver coins that we purchase:

US Silver Dollars (1935 and earlier)

morgan and peace silver dollarSilver dollars minted by the U.S. Mint for general circulation between 1794 to 1935 contain 90% silver. Silver dollars minted after this period (unless commemorative or special edition) contain no silver. There are 6 major types of US silver dollars, which are as follows:

  • Flowing Hair (1794-1795)
  • Draped Bust (1795-1804)
  • Seated Liberty (1836-1873)
  • Trade (1873-1885)
  • Morgan Dollar (1878-1921)
  • Peace (1921-1935)

Shown in the picture above are a 1884 Morgan dollar and a 1921 Peace dollar.

US Silver Half Dollars (1964 and earlier plus 1965-1970)

There are 8 major types of Silver half dollar coins:

  • Flowing Hair (1794-1795)
  • Draped Bust (1796-1807)
  • Capped Bust (1807-1839)
  • Seated Liberty (1839-1891)
  • Barber (1892-1915)
  • Walking Liberty (1916-1947)
  • Franklin (1948-1963)
  • Kennedy (1964-1970)

Half Silver Dollar Coins

Shown in the picture above are a Barber Head, Walking Liberty, Franklin and Kennedy half dollar

US Silver Quarters (1964 and earlier)

The US quarter was first minted in 1796 and is still is wide use today, however, coins produced from 1965 to present don’t contain any silver content. The Silver quarter comes in 6 major designs:silver US quarters

  • Draped Bust (1796-1807)
  • Capped Bust (1815-1838)
  • Seated Liberty (1838-1891)
  • Barber (1892-1916)
  • Standing Liberty (1916-1930)
  • Washington (1932-1964)

US Silver Dimes (1964 and earlier)

The Silver dime was first minted in 1796 with a silver content of 89.24% until 1837. From 1837 to 1964, the composition was changed to 90% silver until the Coinage act of 1965 came into law to stop the use of silver in the mintage of U.S. coins. Silver dimes appear in 5 major types or designs:

  • Draped Bust (1796-1807)
  • Capped Bust (1809-1837)
  • Seated Liberty (1837-1891)
  • Barber(1892-1916)
  • Mercury or Winged Liberty Head (1916-1945)
  • Roosevelt (1946-1964)

US Dimes

American Silver Eagles

American Silver Eagle Proof
Like its gold counterpart, the American Silver Eagle is the official silver bullion coin of the United States of America. Unlike gold eagles, silver eagles are only available in 1 troy oz sizes. At a purity of 99.9% silver, American silver eagles were first minted in 1986 and have a face value of $1. Proof and special edition versions have also been produced by the U.S. Mint for coin collectors.Specifications
Diameter: 40.6mm
Weight: 31.1 g or 1 troy oz.
Silver content: 99.9%, 1 troy oz.


Foreign silver coins

We also purchase all government issued .999 fine foreign silver coins including, but not limited to Australian Koalas, Kangaroos, and Kookaburras, Chinese Pandas, Austrian Philharmonics, Mexican Libertads, and Canadian Maple Leafs, as well as other foreign minted silver coins from these countries and others!

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