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About $10 Tubes of 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters (No Dates)

Even though modern quarters are no longer made of silver, you can still purchase these 90% silver Standing Liberty quarters, which circulated throughout the country for years. Silver quarters were common in pocket change until the 1960s, when wise collectors picked them out of circulation and the US Mint eliminated silver from American coinage. They are still prized by both collectors and investors.

Here are some highlights of these coins:

  • Legal tender coinage produced by the US Mint from 1916-1930.
  • Cointains approximately 7 troy oz of silver content.
  • All coins will not have readable dates.
  • Packaged in convenient tubes of 40 ($10 face value per tube).
  • 90% silver quarters are a commonly traded and widely recognized investment product.
  • Since their value is based primarily on silver content rather than collectible value, “junk silver” coins are one of the lowest-premium US Mint products available.

 

The United States Mint produced 90% silver coinage from the 1790s to the 1960s. For most of American history, these coins were commonly encountered in everyday commerce. When silver prices rose due to inflation in the 1960s, the melt value of these coins began to exceed their face value, and wise collectors hoarded them. In 1965, faced with a dearth of circulating coinage, the Mint eliminated silver from most American coins. Today, most coins are made from a copper-nickel alloy and contain no silver.

However, circulated 90% silver coins are still traded as an investment product around the world. These coins are sometimes referred to as “junk silver” because they are in circulated condition, but make no mistake: they are a wise investment, indeed. If you put away a paper $10 bill in 1965, you’d still have $10; but a roll of pre-1965 Standing Liberty quarters is now worth many, many times that!

Standing Liberty quarters were introduced in 1916 as part of a wider redesign of US coinage; the dime and half dollar were also redesigned for that year. The new design, by sculptor Hermon MacNeil, replaced the Barber coinage design in use since the 1892. It was produced until 1930, when the Great Depression caused a sharp drop in demand. No quarters were produced in 1931, and the Washington quarter design was introduced for George Washington’s bicentennial in 1932. Each Standing Liberty quarter contains a little under one-fifth ounces of pure silver.

These quarters are packaged in convenient tubes of 40 coins apiece. Each tube contains $10 face value worth of coins, just like once-common rolls of silver quarters. There is approximately 7.15 troy ounces of pure silver in each tube. These tubes are an affordable and popular way to own low premium silver.

Customer Reviews

Review by Jeff
I ordered them thinking I was going to get very worn quarters. One was very worn. 4 of them had full dates and the rest were date less. I was very happy to get them (Posted on 8/29/2020)

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Tube of 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters - $10 Face Value (No Dates)

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Metal Type Silver
Metal Weight 7
Grading Service Ungraded
Date No Date
Purity .900 Fine Silver
Country of Manufacture United States
Manufacturer United States Mint

About $10 Tubes of 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters (No Dates)

Even though modern quarters are no longer made of silver, you can still purchase these 90% silver Standing Liberty quarters, which circulated throughout the country for years. Silver quarters were common in pocket change until the 1960s, when wise collectors picked them out of circulation and the US Mint eliminated silver from American coinage. They are still prized by both collectors and investors.

Here are some highlights of these coins:

  • Legal tender coinage produced by the US Mint from 1916-1930.
  • Cointains approximately 7 troy oz of silver content.
  • All coins will not have readable dates.
  • Packaged in convenient tubes of 40 ($10 face value per tube).
  • 90% silver quarters are a commonly traded and widely recognized investment product.
  • Since their value is based primarily on silver content rather than collectible value, “junk silver” coins are one of the lowest-premium US Mint products available.

 

The United States Mint produced 90% silver coinage from the 1790s to the 1960s. For most of American history, these coins were commonly encountered in everyday commerce. When silver prices rose due to inflation in the 1960s, the melt value of these coins began to exceed their face value, and wise collectors hoarded them. In 1965, faced with a dearth of circulating coinage, the Mint eliminated silver from most American coins. Today, most coins are made from a copper-nickel alloy and contain no silver.

However, circulated 90% silver coins are still traded as an investment product around the world. These coins are sometimes referred to as “junk silver” because they are in circulated condition, but make no mistake: they are a wise investment, indeed. If you put away a paper $10 bill in 1965, you’d still have $10; but a roll of pre-1965 Standing Liberty quarters is now worth many, many times that!

Standing Liberty quarters were introduced in 1916 as part of a wider redesign of US coinage; the dime and half dollar were also redesigned for that year. The new design, by sculptor Hermon MacNeil, replaced the Barber coinage design in use since the 1892. It was produced until 1930, when the Great Depression caused a sharp drop in demand. No quarters were produced in 1931, and the Washington quarter design was introduced for George Washington’s bicentennial in 1932. Each Standing Liberty quarter contains a little under one-fifth ounces of pure silver.

These quarters are packaged in convenient tubes of 40 coins apiece. Each tube contains $10 face value worth of coins, just like once-common rolls of silver quarters. There is approximately 7.15 troy ounces of pure silver in each tube. These tubes are an affordable and popular way to own low premium silver.

Customer Reviews

Review by Jeff
I ordered them thinking I was going to get very worn quarters. One was very worn. 4 of them had full dates and the rest were date less. I was very happy to get them (Posted on 8/29/2020)

Write Your Own Review

You're reviewing: Tube of 90% Silver Standing Liberty Quarters - $10 Face Value (No Dates)

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