Learn to value silver coins. My order from coin dealer. 1 oz, 1/2 oz, 1/5 oz, 1/10 oz.

This video explains how to value silver coins of weights ranging from 1 oz to 1/10 oz. For example, a one ounce coin is worth about 28 FedReserve ‘dollars. While a 1/10 ounce silver coin is worth five FedReserve dollars. The combined cost or value of 10 of the 1/10 coins is 50 FedReserve dollars, showing that the smaller size carry extra minting and processing fees. Conversely, a 100 oz silver bar would have a per ounce cost much lower than a one ounce silver coin.

Links to the Coins on GoldenEagleCoin.com

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