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U.S. Quarters 90% Silver U.S. Quarters
State, State Park
Walking Liberty Half
90% Silver
High silver coins from 1932-1964 are 90% silver, 10% copper. Select State and State Park quarters are available as “proofs” in 90% silver. Start checking between the cushions.  Silver “Clad” U.S. State and State Park Quarters. With their low silver content they are a fun and affordable gift that feature a favorite State or State Park. The Walking Liberty half dollar is a silver 50-cent piece or half dollar coin that was circulated from 1916 to 1947.  With 90% silver and excellent artwork, they are by far the most popular coin rings.


Australian Florin Canadian Large Cent Indian Rupee
Florins minted from 1910 to 1945 were produced with a .925 sterling silver content. Wonderful rings. The Australian Florins are younger than the Sterling Silver British Florin. They are easier to find in uncirculated and near-uncirculated condition and this is reflected in their lower cost to their British cousins. The large cents of 1858–1920 were significantly larger than modern one-cent coins and even slightly larger than the modern 25¢ piece Historically, the rupee was a silver coin. This had severe consequences in the nineteenth century when the strongest economies in the world were on the gold standard (that is, paper linked to gold). The discovery of large quantities of silver in the United States and several European colonies caused the panic of 1873 which resulted in a decline in the value of silver relative to gold, devaluing India’s standard currency. This event was known as “the fall of the rupee.” In Britain the Long Depression resulted in bankruptcies, escalating unemployment, a halt in public works, and a major trade slump that lasted until 1897

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