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# How many dimes make 1 oz of silver?

# How many dimes does it take to make a Troy ounce of silver?

14 date's between 1875-1964. hope this helps

# How many oz of silver in roll of 1964 dimes?

Any combination of 90-percent silver U.S. coins which have a face value of US$1.00 contains 0.715 troy ounces of 99.9-percent silver (0.7234 troy ounces if uncirculated), exce…pt for the silver dollars (Morgan and Peace) which contain .7736 troy ounces of silver. In other words, a full troy ounce of 99.9-percent silver is contained in any combination of 90-percent silver U.S. coins which have a face value of US$1.40. Therefore, a roll of uncirculated 1964 dimes contains 3.617 ounces of pure Silver, while a roll of circulated 1964 dimes contains 3.575 ounces of pure silver.

# How many nickels make 1 oz of silver?

Except for the famous "war nickels" made from mid-1942 to 1945, the answer is "none", because all other US nickels don't contain silver. Since 1866, the coin has been made of …an alloy of 75% copper and 25% nickel. If you have war nickels with a large mint mark on the back, these do contain a small amount of silver - 1.75 gm to be exact. Because one troy ounce is about 31.1 gm, you'd need 31.1 / 1.75, or about 18 war nickels to contain a troy ounce of silver.

# How many silver dimes do you need to make an ounce of silver?

That's a trick question with at least 3 answers: If you're referring to modern (1965 or later) dimes the answer is zero because all circulating dimes issued since then are m…ade of cupronickel, not silver. If you're referring to 1964 and earlier, these coins weighed 2.5 gm and were 90% fine so they had 2.25 gm of pure silver. For these coins: > a standard American ounce is 28.35 gm, so 28.35 / 2.25 = 12.6 dimes. > a troy ounce (used for precious metals) is 31.11 gm so 31.11 / 2.25 = 13.8 dimes

# How many quarters make 1 oz of silver?

For modern U.S. quarters like you find in change, none. They don't contain any silver - they're made of copper and nickel. For quarters dated 1964 and earlier, each one cont…ains 5.625 gm of pure silver, almost exactly 1/5 of an ounce. So 5 old quarters contain a total of 1 oz of silver.

# How many grams of silver are a dime?

An pre-1965 U.S. dime weighs 2.5 grams total. The silver content of pre-1965 dimes, quarters, halves, and silver dollars is 90% silver by weight, so there is 2.25 grams of sil…ver in an unworn, uncirculated pre-1965 U.S. dime.

# How many mercury dimes make 1 oz of silver?

14 Mercury Head dimes = a little more than ounce of silver. Each dime has .07234oz of pure silver in them.

# How many grams make 1 OZ?

28 grams = 1 oz

# How many silver dollars make 1 oz of silver?

No true silver dollar (1794-1935) has a full ounce of silver. The Actual Silver Weight is .77344oz of pure silver. So less then two.

# How many silver dimes in an ounce of silver?

A bit less than 14 dimes makes a troy ounce of silver.

# How many half dollars make 1 oz of silver?

Each Kennedy half that was minted in '64 or earlier had .36 troy oz of silver meaning a little less than three would equal an ounce of silver which is running for 29.30 an oun…ce last i checked. Half dollars made 1965-1970 contained only 40% silver, instead of the 90% of earlier coins, so it would take more coins. Half dollars made after 1970 contain no silver.

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# How many silver dimes in an ounce?

If you're referring to a standard US weight ounce, 11.34 silver dimes weighed 1 ounce. Explanation: Silver dimes weighed 2.5 gm unworn, and a standard US weight ounce is 28.3…5 gm so 28.35 / 2.5 = 11.34.

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# How many oz make a 1 gallon?

128 U.S. ounces are in one U.S. gallon. 153.7 U.S. oz. in one U.K. gallon. OTOH; 160 oz.(U.K.) = one U.K. gallon 133.2 oz U.K = one U.S. gallon Now t…hen, to make it all even; US Pint = 473 ml UK pint = 568 ml

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# How many fifty cent pieces make 1 oz of silver?

14oz

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# How much is 1 oz of silver?

The market price of silver fluctuates daily. As of 14 July 2012, it's worth $27.27 per ounce.

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# How many US dimes make one ounce of silver?

That's a trick question with at least 3 answers: If you're referring to modern (1965 or later) dimes the answer is zero because all circulating dimes issued since then are m…ade of cupronickel, not silver. If you're referring to 1964 and earlier, these coins weighed 2.5 gm and were 90% fine so they had 2.25 gm of pure silver. For these coins: > a standard American ounce is 28.35 gm, so 28.35 / 2.25 = 12.6 dimes. > a troy ounce (used for precious metals) is 31.11 gm so 31.11 / 2.25 = 13.8 dimes