At very least, a silver coin will always be worth scrap value. So check the value of silver against the weight of the coin. It is likely a collector will pay more than the scrap value of the coin, even if not by much. Since the coin is not particularly old I would estimate as of March 2008 the coin to be worth around £10.
Different companies made these different ways. Some were 12 Troy ounces, some were 16 Troy ounces, and some were 16 averdupois ounces.
You need to weigh yours in grams and divide by 31.1 to get Troy ounces.
Then multiply by the current silver spot price to get total value.
Current silver spot price can be monitored by following the Kitco link in the related links section.
It is worth whatever silver price is (it changes day to day and even minute by minute) with a small premium if you are buying it (add $1 or $2 to the silver price) at the time of writing, it would be worth about $28 or so, but naturally will increase and decrease in price as silver does.
Its value will be only for the ounce of silver it contains -- currently about $17.00
See the related links for a link to Kitco, where you can monitor current silver spot prices.
the value is what one ounce silver closed at today 19.79 per ounce
It's one ounce not one pound. They are worth around $24.
That's a one ounce silver round. At present (7 July 2012), silver is worth $27.06/ounce.
A Silver Eagle Bullion coin is 99.9% pure silver and weighs 1 oz per coin. The stamped value of the coin is U.S$1 however the intrinsic value of the coin is the value of the silver within that coin. If the the spot price of silver was $30oz at the time of checking, then the value of that coin would be worth at least $30 or more.
As of today about $17.00
each coin is 1.16 oz of sterling silver x 120 coins = 139.2 ounces.139 oz, times November, 2010 spot silver of $24.00/oz = $3,336.00The complete set in presentation cases, in coin along with original history notations, would increase its value when compared to bulk silver at $24.00/oz.
The coin is worth the 1 oz of silver, and nothing more
The current spot price of silver is about $14/oz
The current price of silver is about $14/oz.
Everyone I've talked to, coin dealers, antique dealers, have said the value is silver melt only. Each coin is about 2.1 oz of sterling silver (which is 90% silver), so about 1.9 oz of silver. Dealers will pay 75-95% of silver melt, so each coin is worth about 1.5 x silver price per ounce.
The current price of silver is about $17/oz.
If you have the Sterling Silver version (says Sterling on the edge) figure roughly the melt value of 1 oz. of silver - $10-$15. ::further contribution:: Actually, the sterling silver Roberts Zodiac coins have no sterling content marking whatsoever. In terms of value, it depends on whether or not you have the mini coin or the large size. The large coin is 7/8 oz silver.
It is worth what 1 oz of silver is worth which at the time of writing is $27.59 but silver changes in prices very frequently.
Silver sells for around $14/oz
Silver currently sells for about $20/oz