I'm new to stacking, but I've been a numismatic collector for several years. Stacking bullion is changing my perception of some of the lesser silver coins in my collection. I have a date set of Barber and Standing Liberty quarters, which I keep in a Dansco generic "Quarters" album. Some of them are in are in F-VF, but most are in G-VG condition. I certainly never confused them for highly valuable coins. But now that I've been reading about bullion stacking and getting accustomed to the terminology, etc., I feel like they should just be part of a "junk silver" stash, rather than being stored in an album. So I've started a program of upgrading, with a goal of nothing less than VF. It's not going to be cheap, so I know there will be times when some of my stacking budget will be diverted to my Barbers and SLQs. Has anyone else run into this dilemma? As a bullion stacker, have you found yourself re-evaluating some of the lesser coins in your numismatic collection?