Why Choose This $100 Face Bag of 90% Silver Mercury Dimes?
When it’s time to add more silver to your stack, there are always a variety of factors to consider. Without a doubt, one of the most important factors is how widely recognized a coin or bar is. As far as being recognized, it’s tough to beat pre-1965 US silver coins.
This bag has a face value of $100. It contains 1,000 90% silver Mercury dimes. Each Mercury dime is in average circulated condition and contains about .072 Troy oz. of silver. That means this bag contains a total of 72 Troy oz. of silver. While some coins, such as the Washington quarter and Roosevelt dime were struck with both silver and clad compositions over the years, the Mercury dime was only struck in 90% silver. It was produced by the US Mint from 1916 to 1945, which puts this design’s retirement well before the removal of silver from US coins.
Pre-1965 US silver is an excellent choice for stacking, order this $100 face bag of 1,000 90% silver Mercury dimes today.
|Year of Issue:||1916-1945|
|Quantity:||$100 Face Value Bag (1000 Coins)|
|Weight in Grams:||2.25 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.0723 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
Walter Pehowich is on vacation today, so our commentary comes from Stephen W. Miller, CEO of Dillon Gage Companies.