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$500 90% Junk Silver (Mixed)

Veldt Gold offers 90% Silver Coins, struck before 1964 as an affordable investment option purchasable with Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, and other cryptocurrencies.


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When it comes to silver investment, you don't have to rely solely on proof and bullion coins from sovereign mints for a worthwhile purchase. Ninety percent silver provides a very cost-effective option since it avoids the premiums over the spot price of silver typically found with bullion coinage. Today, 90% Silver Coins are available for purchase from Veldt Gold, and you can buy them using Bitcoin, Ethereum, Monero, and other cryptocurrencies.

In this listing, you can purchase 90% Silver Coins from Veldt Gold, including US dimes, quarters, and half dollars. These coins were all minted before 1964, the year the United States Mint began using cupro-nickel and other metal alloys for circulation coins.

The designs you might receive with these 90% silver coins are varied. Some of the earliest designs are from the Barber Coinage series of the United States Mint. Starting in 1892, then-US Mint Chief Engraver Charles E. Barber designed the obverse and reverse of the nation’s dimes, quarters, and half dollars as part of an overhaul of American coinage.

In 1905, under President Theodore Roosevelt’s administration, the United States initiated another coinage revitalization program aimed at creating distinctly American designs that reflected the nation's growing international stature.

From this era, you might find the Mercury Dime by Adolph A. Weinman, the Standing Liberty Quarter by Hermon Atkins MacNeil, and the Walking Liberty Half Dollar also by Weinman.

The Mercury Dime actually depicts Liberty wearing a winged Phrygian cap, similar to the one worn by the Roman messenger god, Mercury. This dime was in circulation from 1916 to 1945.

Another iconic design from Weinman is the Walking Liberty, one of the most beloved in American history. Created in 1916, it depicts Liberty striding toward the rising sun, symbolizing America’s pursuit of a brighter future. This design was used on the half dollar until 1947 and is currently featured on the American Silver Eagle bullion coin.

For those new to precious metals investment, 90% Silver Coins are a fantastic option. The coins’ condition has little impact on their overall value since there is no expectation of perfect condition. The true value lies in their 90% silver content and the lower price point at which they can be acquired.

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