U.S. Circulated Silver Coins Silver coin values below are based on live silver prices at the CME. These coins were in standard circulation until silver was removed from all coinage in 1965 and 1970 (40% silver half-dollars). The values below only reflect the silver value, not rarity or numismatic value.
Coin values are updated with live prices. Coinflation measures the current metal or melt value of U.S. circulating coinage, pre-1965 silver coins, and gold coins.
U.S. Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator Calculate coin metal values based on the current silver price. Remember to enter "number of coins", not face value. If you have $1.00 in silver quarters, enter "4".
Coinflation silver coin values are estimates of the value of the silver found in various American and Canadian coins that are listed alongside the face value of the coin. Coinflation silver coin values are only meant as a rough guide and do not incorporate the value of the coins to collectors and specialists.
Its melt value calculators have become the standard in the coin collecting and precious metals community for quickly determining the melt value for coins. This app incorporates the most popular features of Coinflation.com and features the live 24-hour gold and silver price (updated every minute).
Hourly updated Silver Coin Melt Values are provided for popular U.S. silver coins listed in the following grid. Also available via the links below is information about those coins, including their history, coin specifications, images, historical melt values and easy-to-use melt calculators for the coins in question.
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The U.S. Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator, located below, can be used to determine the total silver value and total silver content of a single United States issued silver coin or a combination of several different types and quantities of U.S. silver coins.
The silver coin values you will find here on our site are largely based on the retail value you might pay to buy silver coins from a coin dealer. These values assume a coin in a certain grade and are for coins without any signs of damage, such as cleanings, heavy gouges, or other detractions.
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