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Quality uncirculated silver dollar rolls
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Thread: Quality uncirculated silver dollar rolls

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    Default Quality uncirculated silver dollar rolls

    Anybody heard of these? Can someone please tell me how these are different than the silver Eagles? Aren't they both 1 oz.?

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    chux03 Guest

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    No they're not. The silver dollar is 90% silver. Here's a good website for those kinds of questions:

    www.coinfacts.com

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    Daveman,

    As chux03 mentioned, they are definitely not the same as Eagles, but still worth a look. They fall into the category of 'semi-numismatic' coins, meaning they command a premium to the spot price. Folks just tend to like these beauties, and are willing to pay a little more than they would for common date silver quarters, etc. Once you hold one in your hand I think you will see and feel the attraction.

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    Thanks for the help guys. Silver is silver though, right? Wouldn't it make more sense to stick with .999 silver than just 90% silver for the same price, or even lower?

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    Daveman,

    The most silver for the lowest price is a good rule of thumb, but diversification is a good principle to follow in this market as in any other.

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