Junk coins are a time-honored tradition among some bullion collectors. There is an observable benefit to buying large amounts of junk 90% silver coins. While traditional collectable coins often require a premium on the cost of the silver they contain, bulk junk coins allow investors to accrue a high amount of relatively pure silver at the lowest price possible. While coins purchased in junk bags are seldom worth very much as collectables, they retain value over time because of their silver content.
Our junk bags of 90% silver coins are a popular way to amass pure silver. In total, the bag contains around 715 oz of 90% pure silver. The coins are all products of the US Mint and feature various designs. Though the Mint is over 200 years old, it only stopped producing high-silver coins in 1965. Modern coins are typically struck with very little actual silver content, even models that appear to be silver in color.
- .900 pure silver.
- Total face value: $1,000.
- Fully backed by the United States government.
- Denomination varies and may be all one denomination or a mix- our choice.
- Coins will arrive in circulated condition.
- Obverse depiction: varies.
- Reverse depiction: varies.
The United States Mint has long been one of the most respected in the world. Its colorful and exciting history begins in 1972, when the mint is established. Since then, the mint has gained an exceptional reputation as one of the foremost distributors of government-backed silver and gold bullion products in the world. In particular, the United States Mint’s silver and half-dollars have been appreciated by collectors for generations because of their intricate design and details.
The small fractional weights of the coins in this bag are another reason the package remains an exciting way for investors to pad their collection of silver and their overall stock of bullion. Before 1965, the U.S. Mint generally preferred to mint smaller denominations, especially compared to the larger gold and silver pieces generally distributed in 2020. While contemporary mint releases are often half or full ounce coins, the U.S. Mint used to strike many of its coins, including quarters and dimes, using high silver content.
It is unlikely that most bags of junk silver will contain any high-value individual pieces. But when it comes to this particular kind of investment, this doesn’t matter much. The big benefit of a Junk 90% Silver Coin Bag is that it allows investors to maximize the amount of pure silver they get for their cash. Buying a larger number of more modern collectable silver coins is far more expensive than investing in a junk bag of old U.S. currency.
Whether an investor is saving bullion for a potential economic collapse or simply as a way to substantively protect their investment from risk, bags of junk coins are an exceptional way to expand any collection. Hero Bullion’s Junk 90% Silver Coins $1,000 Bag is filled with coins containing only .900 pure silver. The sense of history, as well as the low denominations of these coins, only makes this bag more valuable to the savvy collector.