See the website link below for a list of US silver coins made for circulation and their melt value.
The US never made silver pennies. You coin is only silver plated. It is worth 1 or 2 cents.
Dates are essential to any coin value question. Without a date the only thing know is that they are worth around $2.5 for their silver value. For a more detailed answer ask something like this(fill in the blanks according to the coin): What is the value of a <date> <country of origin> <denomination>. For example: What is the value of a 1967 US dime.
f you mean a US quarter dated 1964 it's not sterling silver, it's coin silver (.900 silver & .100 copper) and value as of today is $3.25 just for the silver
If you mean a US quarter dated 1962 it's not sterling silver, it's coin silver (.900 silver & .100 copper) and value as of today is $3.25 just for the silver
The value of a pure silver 1964 US quarter depends on the current market price of silver. As of September 2021, the silver content in a 1964 US quarter is worth approximately $4.50. However, if the coin is in excellent condition or has numismatic value, it may be worth more to collectors.
The 5 coin proof set has a value of $6, the 10 coin set has a value of $15 and the 10 coin silver set has a value of $48.
It really depends on which coin it is. Is it a US silver dollar or dime? There is a big difference. Is it a world coin? What country is it from? All of these things matter when figuring the value of a coin.
No such coin was minted by the US mint.
The only years silver was used in US nickels was 1942-1945, the coin is face value.
The US never made silver pennies. It would cost too much for the mint to make them. Your coin is plated silver this adds no value to the coin.
A replica of the coin (fake coin) has a value of about US$30, is usually made of non-silver alloy, and has no silver color. As a coin collector, you may still collect a replica coin, because it does have a historical value. A real Sungarei, Chinese Qing dynasty silver coin was minted in 1897 although the minting year was not on the coin. The edge of the real silver coin had the artist's English name, L. GIORGI. Entire coin was in shining silver color, and 1.75 inches in diameter. The current value of a real Sungarei silver coin, 1 Teal, is at least US$10,000.
The US has never made a one cent silver coin. It's likely been plated as a novelty coin or to be used as jewelry. It has no collectible value.
All Peace dollars are 90% silver. The current silver value is $15.28. The collectible value depends on the the date, mintmark and condition of the coin.
Zinc coated steel, not silver. Average value is 5 to 10 cents. The US has never made a one cent coin from silver.
No such US coin exists. Silver dollars were not minted from 1905-1920.
If the coin has any wear the value is for the silver, about $2.00
Check that coin again. There were no US silver dollars minted that year.