My silver buying strategy was:
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GENERIC SILVER BULLION 30% of stash
bars, ingots & rounds marked .999 FINE
GOVERNMENT SILVER BULLION 30% of stash
Eagles, Libertads, Philharmonics
U.S. MINT 90% SILVER COINS 40% of stash
(includes junk silver and commemorative coins)

25% dimes (preferably Mercurys)
25% quarters
25% halves (preferably Franklins)
25% dollars (watch out for fakes and ripoff prices, truckloads of dollars available)
You'd have 10% of your total stash in each form of junk.
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Now that I've finished buying, I did a silver inventory
to see how the final results stacked up against my goals.


14.4% bullion rounds
16.5% bullion ingots & bars
24.1% government bullion coins
1.1% government commemorative coins (90% Ag)
43.8% US junk silver (90% Ag)

>>>>> Dimes 28%
>>>>> Quarters 21%
>>>>> Halves 21%
>>>>> Dollars 30%

When compared to my recommendations, my final stash
is approximately 1% overweight in generic bullion,
6% underweight in government bullion coins,
and 5% overweight in US 90% coins.
The distribution of junk is light in quarters and halves,
overweight in bo dollars and dimes.


I have decided a release order for my precious.
Because these three varieties of coins were also issued in clad
I'll move the Washington quarters first, then the Kennedy halves,
and third the Roosevelt dimes
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My dream is that down the line I can trade the Mercury dimes for 1/10 ozt American Gold Eagles and the Peace/Morgans for the ounce gold Eagles.