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No. The US has never circulated a silver coin with a denomination higher than a dollar. In the late 19th century a $100 silver coin called a "union" was proposed and actually designed but was never minted.

All higher-denomination coins were made of gold, and they were withdrawn from circulation way back in 1933. The last 90% silver coins were minted in 1964, and 40% silver half dollars were minted up till 1969 ('70 in collectors' sets). Since then all circulating dimes, quarters, and half dollars have been made out copper-nickel.

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