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Posted: 4/28/2011 10:59:02 AM
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I used to know this and I was taking count of my silver stash today and drew a blank. Websites give me weird conversion tables with weight and copper prices added in. I just want to know,roughly,how many equal as close to an ounce as I can get using the denomination? Thanks in advance.
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Originally Posted By trobertson5-0:
I used to know this and I was taking count of my silver stash today and drew a blank. Websites give me weird conversion tables with weight and copper prices added in. I just want to know,roughly,how many equal as close to an ounce as I can get using the denomination? Thanks in advance.

Go here and plug in the number of coins you have and it will tell you what they are worth at current spot: http://www.coinflation.com/coins/silver_coin_calculator.html



I think this is the answer you are looking for: http://www.coinflation.com/coins/1971-1974-1976-Silver-Eisenhower-Ike-Dollar-Value.html

Scroll down the page for the info.


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Posted: 4/28/2011 11:18:12 AM
OK,I can;t figure out that page,and it appears to be about silver dollars regardless. Please assume(quite accurately) that I am retarded when it comes to this and tell me:

(3) 90% silver half dollars equals roughly one ounce of silver or something close to that.
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Unbelievable how much silver has went up.

I'm so glad I keep every single silver coin I've ever found over 15 years with my metal detector.
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Originally Posted By trobertson5-0:
OK,I can;t figure out that page,and it appears to be about silver dollars regardless. Please assume(quite accurately) that I am retarded when it comes to this and tell me:

(3) 90% silver half dollars equals roughly one ounce of silver or something close to that.


Quantity:3
Coin Type:1964 Kennedy Half Dollar
Silver Price: $49.33 / troy ounce


Answer:

Total silver value is $53.53.


Statistics:

» There are 1.0851 troy ounces of silver in 3 silver 1964 Kennedy half dollar(s).

» Each 1964 Kennedy half dollar contains 0.3617 troy ounces of silver and is valued at $17.84 when silver is at $49.33 / ounce.
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Posted: 4/28/2011 11:22:30 AM
Thank you very much. I thought it was 3,but wasn't too sure. Any idea about 40% ones? 6??
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Posted: 4/28/2011 11:27:23 AM
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Originally Posted By trobertson5-0:
Thank you very much. I thought it was 3,but wasn't too sure. Any idea about 40% ones? 6??


Quantity:6
Coin Type:1965-1970 Kennedy Half Dollar
Silver Price: $49.35 / troy ounce


Answer:

Total silver value is $43.79.


Statistics:

» There are 0.8874 troy ounces of silver in 6 silver 1965-1970 Kennedy half dollar(s).

» Each 1965-1970 Kennedy half dollar contains 0.1479 troy ounces of silver and is valued at $7.30 when silver is at $49.35 / ounce.

ETA: There are 1.0353 troy ounces of silver in 7 silver 1965-1970 Kennedy half dollar(s)
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Posted: 4/28/2011 11:29:19 AM
Thank you very much. Exactly what I needed.
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Posted: 4/28/2011 11:32:02 AM
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If I remember correctly, $1.40 of face value (1964 and earlier 90% coins) = approx. 1 oz of silver.
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