Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Dimedude2, Jan 20, 2019.
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1921 Morgans and common circulated Peace dollars bring about $16.50 each right now. Earlier date common circs are about $17.50. The 1886 $5, assuming it's not a high grade coin, probably about $320.
You should pay 90 cents per dime, $2.25 per quarter, $4.50 per 90% half.
The post below recommended that with silver at $15.40 right now that one silver dime (.07234 asw) that should be worth $1.11 should be purchased from her at 10 cents x 72 x .67= or 48 cents per silver dime! That would be ripping her off.
instead of .72, allows for a little wear on the coins.
Correct. Also allows you to make a little if you're selling it, because unless you piece it out retail, you're not getting .72*spot per dollar face value.
Which works out to about 10x spot at $15.40 an ounce (Today's silver price). I think that is perfectly reasonable.
Now, what about the other stuff?
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