Letter Re: Sources for Pre-1965 U.S. 90% Silver Coinage?

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Mr. Rawles:
What is a good source for pre-1965 junk silver coins?


JWR Replies: I recommend that you call for prices from several coins shops in your local area. Because a $1,000 face value "junk silver" bag weighs 55 pounds, insured shipping is problematic. So it is advisable to buy locally, but definitely shop around for the best price! As previously mentioned, buying bags of pre-1965 dimes is best for barter. If you don't have any nearby coins shop and don't mind paying for the freight, contact the folks at Swiss America Trading. They are very reputable.

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