Junk silver coins - such as the popular silver Kennedy half dollar, Roosevelt dime, and Washington quarter - were minted in 1964 or earlier. After 1964, the amount of silver contained in coins was reduced to just 40% silver.
Even though they are often referred to as 'junk silver,' these coins are anything but junk! The phrase is simply used to describe a bag of circulated silver coins in average condition that are valued for their silver content and not their collectible value.
Here's the cool part - the90% silver bags containing dimes or quarters can often be purchased through online auction sites for as much as 1% under spot! Buying 'junk silver coins' is kind of like buying silver on sale! How neat is that?
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