So, what's your favorite type of silver you own?

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  1. WoodyWW

    WoodyWW Junior Member

    ASE's, nice condition Morgans, proof Franklins & Kennedy halves, on 1992  Silver Eagle Roll #12**.JPG Roll 1964 Kennedy Proof Halves #5*.JPG 1962-63 Proof Franklin Half Roll #2.JPG & on.....(I somehow bought 40 beautiful condition proof Franklins some years ago for around melt: $152 for 2 rolls)
     
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  3. rrdenarius

    rrdenarius non omnibus dormio Supporter

    Roman Republican silver denarii. I paid a bit over spot for them.
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  4. GoldBug999

    GoldBug999 Active Member

    I like the 1 kilo silver coins from Australia (Lunar and Kookaburras), and I have complete collections of the 5 ounce silver ATB's (America the Beautiful) quarters "hockey pucks", and slabbed proof ASE's (American Silver Eagles).

    I started out with war nickels back in 2011, and gradually got into buying higher grade modern coins. It's more fun, and the coins are a lot cleaner ; - ).
     
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  5. GoldBug999

    GoldBug999 Active Member

    Here are some photos of the above mentioned coins:
     

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  6. atariguy

    atariguy Member

    I don't like bars, but I collect bullion from various countries as well as rounds that I find attractive. I do also enjoy some junk silver, just because I enjoy older coins.
     
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  7. Mr. Flute

    Mr. Flute Well-Known Member

    I like US and world junk silver and ASEs
     
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  8. Heavymetal

    Heavymetal Well-Known Member

    .925 Australia b4 1945. Great Britain b4 1920. Sometimes can buy it 15-20 % under spot shipped to the door
     
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  9. Kentucky

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  10. GoldFinger1969

    GoldFinger1969 Well-Known Member

    I love all the different silver coins [tpfivrf and the variations in size, proof vs. reverse proof, etc.

    That said...the premium on some of the graded foreign coins like the Libertad and Brittania are getting excessive. I've paid 100-200% premiums for a graded silver, just to have in a nice holder. But some of the Mexican and British coins are asking for 500-700% premiums !! :wideyed:

    Seems like you can get the raw ungraded for spot + 75% at worst. That may be the way to go...and buy a few and take the best ones to get graded by yourself or someone who has volume grading priviledges.
     
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  11. Tonkawa Bill

    Tonkawa Bill Member

    1935 Canada One Dollar 800 Silver Bu Coin   292368875812 nordev .jpg 1936 PCGS Ms-63 Canada Silver Dollar Green Label  $78. + $3.75  332721864270  jkcoins d.jpg 1949 Canada Silver Dollar   293125916207  mkcoins2012  o.jpg 1950 Silver Canada $1 Coin Armprior Water Lines NGC Au-58  362386809710  vette1986 r.jpg 1953 Bu Canada Shoulder Fold Silver Dollar C.  (1).jpg 1958 Canada Silver $ Gem Bu in Presentation Holder $25.00 + $4.99  ID  292348622720   (2).jpg 1966 Ms-63 NGC Canada Silver $  Lg Beads Voyageur  $12.50 + $4.99  372693139620  u.png 1967 Canada Silver $ NGC Ms-62 Flying Goose  $18.51 + $4.99  372694102500  e_coins o.jpg . . . Silver dollars, prefer Canadian Silver Canoe koins. D

    eath dollars, Ship & Animal Dollars
     
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  12. GoldFinger1969

    GoldFinger1969 Well-Known Member

    How much silver in a Morgan ?

    My uncle calls me and wants to blow a few thousand on silver (!).
     
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  13. rte

    rte Well-Known Member

    Make sure they are legit morgans and if well worn, see if you can buy by weight rather then per piece.
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  14. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

    The specification works out to 0.77344 troy ounces of silver per coin.
     
  15. FryDaddyJr

    FryDaddyJr Junior Member

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  16. Andrew McMenamin

    Andrew McMenamin Well-Known Member

    From my homeland . . .

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  17. juris klavins

    juris klavins Well-Known Member

    The 1981 USVI / A-Mark 'chunky bars' - they're only an ounce of .999 silver, but stackers seem to love them and will pay a premium to get some - I lucked out and was able to purchase many at a low price a few years ago ;)

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  18. -jeffB

    -jeffB Greshams LEO Supporter

  19. juris klavins

    juris klavins Well-Known Member

    APMEX is pricey + sales tax - Monument Metals sells a bag of 1000 at 2.7% premium + NO sales tax - pretty good deal for a pile of old Mercs ;)
    https://monumentmetals.com/bag-of-90-silver-mercury-dimes-100-face.html
     
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  20. tenbobbit

    tenbobbit Supporter! Supporter

    Here in the UK bars are tough to get hold of due to premiums and tax, you are looking at £600 for a kilo from a named dealer.
    If I can buy anywhere near spot privately, I snap it up.
    My last addition to my bullion box is novelty bullion at its worst, if it was only an ounce I wouldn't have bought it.
    Isle of Man 2005 bicentenary of the battle of Trafalgar 2 KILO, 64 Crowns
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    The case it is in is cheap & tacky just like the " coin " but I only paid a tiny amount over spot so all taxes and premiums avoided :D
     
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  21. Rheingold

    Rheingold Well-Known Member

    What's about this one?
    Got it for silver melt... ;)
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