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The experts at Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers have extensive experience appraising, purchasing, and selling coins and bullion of all types. Our transparency with our customers, exceptional services, and top dollar quotes have consistently made us a leading coin dealer in the Atlanta metro area and throughout the United States.

Let Atlanta Gold & Coin Buyers Purchase Your Silver Coins

Atlanta Gold and Coin Buyers offers among the most competitive rates in the industry for silver coins and silver coin collections. We appraise and purchase U.S. and foreign silver coins from the United States and foreign countries, including common government-issued coins as well as rare and low mintage silver coins; commonly referred to as numismatic silver coin. We know what collectors are looking for, and we make great offers for silver coins and silver coin collections of value.

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United States 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 extremely recognizable, highly liquid, and popular among coin collectors, silver bullion investors, and survivalists alike. The silver coins we purchase are appraised based on their condition, the metals they contain, and the year they were minted. Dimes, quarters, and silver dollars minted after The Coinage Act of 1965 contain no silver content and are typically not worth much more than the face value of the coins.

US Silver Dollars (1935 and earlier)

Silver Dollars: Those minted by the U.S. Mint for general circulation between 1794 and 1935 contain 90% silver. The most widely traded silver dollars in the U.S. are Morgan silver dollars (1878 to 1921) and Peace silver dollars (1921 to 1935). Most silver dollars minted after 1935 do not contain silver except for certain special edition and commemorative silver dollars.

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

SPECIFICATIONS:

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

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

In addition to the 90% silver half dollars minted through 1964, those minted from 1965 through 1970 are commonly referred to as 40% silver or half-clad coins.

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

SPECIFICATIONS:

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)

US Silver Quarters (1964 and earlier)

The U.S. quarter was first minted in 1796 and contained silver through 1964.

SPECIFICATIONS:

Draped Bust (1796-1807)
Capped Bust (1815-1838)
Seated Liberty (1838-1891)

Barber (1892-1916)
Standing Liberty (1916-1930)
Washington (1932-1964)

American Dimes

US Silver Dimes (1964 and earlier)

First minted in 1796, the silver dime contained a silver content of 89.24% until 1837. From 1837 to 1964, the composition was changed to 90% silver until 1965.

SPECIFICATIONS:

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)

American Silver Eagle Coin 2010

American Silver Eagles

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.

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:

$1 American Silver Eagle
Diameter: 40.6mm
Weight: 31.1 g or 1 troy oz.
Silver content: 99.9%, 1 troy oz.

Foreign Silver Coins

In addition to U.S. coins, we also purchase all government-issued .999 fine foreign silver coins including, but not limited to:

  • Australian Koalas, Kangaroos, and Kookaburras
  • Austrian Philharmonics
  • British Britannias
  • Canadian Maple Leafs
  • Chinese Pandas
  • Mexican Libertads

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