With silver being at or near its 30 year high, you may be considering selling your old silver dollars and coins. Â While many silver dollars are considered to be common date coins, there are a number of Morgan and Peace silver dollars that are considered to be key date or semi-key date coins.
What is a key date or semi-key date coin? Â These are coins that have relatively low mintages, and as a result, sell at a higher premium than common date silver dollars. Â Some of these coins can be quite valuable, so if you’re selling all of your silver dollars at the same price, it’s possible that you’re foregoing a substantial amount of money.
How do you know whether or not you have a key date or semi-key date coin? Â Reputable coin dealers should bring this to your attention, but this isn’t always the case, so you need to do your homework or bring your coins to a dealer that is willing to share with you the price of your coins in a price guide, such as the Blue Book, to determine the proper value of your coins.
At Atlanta Gold and Coin Buyers, we spend the time to answer any questions that you might have and to research the value of your Morgan and Peace silver dollars, including any other silver coins that you might have available, to ensure that you’re receiving top dollar for your coins. Â We’ll even take the time to grade the coins and show you how we arrive at various grades so that you’ll feel completely comfortable with the process.
So rather than settling for a standard rate for all your old Morgan and Peace silver dollars, give us a call today at 404-236-9744Â and see if you have any rare low mintage coins for which you should be receiving a substantial premium. Â We do, by the way, also buy average condition common date Morgan and Peace silver dollars, and currently pay the highest rates in the Metro Atlanta area at 21.5 times face value.