All U.S. silver coins contained 90% silver, except for 1965-69 halves that were 40%.
Silver quarters weigh 6.25 gm. Silver is now around $14 an ounce (28.35 gm), so grab your calculator and go for it.
From 1817 until 1919, the coins' fineness was .925; i.e. 92.5% silver. In 1920 the silver content was reduced to 50%. In 1947, what were silver coins were made from a copper/nickel alloy - no silver at all.
A 1921 US silver dollar contains .76 troy ounces.
There is no silver content in this coin.
It is made of cupper/nickel, and you will get 1 dollar for it, at the most...
If it says "Ley 999" somewhere in the face, it should be 99.9% of an ounce of silver. Otherwise, it is just an alloy of zinc and copper.
Canadian silver dollars contain 0.6 troy ounces of silver.
It's 80% silver with 20% copper.
Canada didn't make any silver dollars in 1932.
A 1936 Walking Liberty half dollar has .36169oz of silver.
The value of the 5 dollar 1936 silver certificate is not available because there was no certificate of this denomination issued in 1936. The certificate is most likely a fake.
A few of the rarest Canadian coins are the 1921 5 and 50 cents, the 1936-dot 1 cent, and the 1948 silver dollar.
No. There no dollar coins minted during the years 1936-1970.
Look at the coin again, no US dollar coins were made in 1936, 1935 was the last year.
No. There were no US dollar coins minted during the years 1936-1970.
The value of a 1930 Canadian five dollar bill varies greatly according to its condition. It can be worth as much as $400 or more if the note is the Port of Spain Trinidad version. It may also be worth as little as $30 depending on condition.
No Buffalo nickels were struck in silver, only the Jefferson "War Nickels" from 1942 to 1945 have any silver in them.
No US silver dollars were struck in 1936. The last year was 1935, please look at the coin again an post a new question.
Please look at the coin again 1935 was the last year for silver dollars
All U.S. quarters dated 1964 or earlier contain 90% silver and 10% copper.