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$2,500EachSub-totals
$100 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [1/10 "bag"]$2,299$2,299
11/10 oz Gold American Eagles$209$209
Total:$2,507
$10,000
$250 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [1/4 "bag"]$5,546$5,546
221/10 oz Gold American Eagles$209$4,589
Total:$10,135
$25,000
2001 oz Silver American Eagles$35.44$7,089
$500 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [1/2 "bag"]$10,993$10,993
61/4 oz Gold American Eagles$494$2,964
201/10 oz Gold American Eagles$208$4,152
Total:$25,197
$50,000
2601 oz Silver American Eagles$35.04$9,111
$1,000 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [ 1"bag"]$21,785$21,785
31/2 oz Gold American Eagles$974$2,923
211/4 oz Gold American Eagles493$10,351
301/10 oz Gold American Eagles$207$6,198
Total:$50,368
$100,000
7501 oz Silver American Eagles$34.99$26,244
$2,000 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [2 "bags"]$21,685$43,371
11 oz Gold American Eagles$1,898$1,898
31/2 oz Gold American Eagles$972$2,917
191/4 oz Gold American Eagles$492$9,347
401/10 oz Gold American Eagles$206$8,244
4US old $20 Gold Piece -AU Lib.$2,059$8,237
Total:$100,257
$250,000
1,5001 oz Silver American Eagles$34.89$52,339
$3,000 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [3 "bags"]$21,585$64,756
101 oz Gold American Eagles$1,893$18,929
101/2 oz Gold American Eagles$967$9,672
941/4 oz Gold American Eagles$490$46,053
1241/10 oz Gold American Eagles$205$25,432
8US old $20 Gold Piece -AU Lib.$2,054$16,435
8US old $20 St. Gaudens - AU$2,054$16,435
Total:$250,049
Prices fluctuate constantly.  These are only indications based on the spots
below, with rounding errors.  Final prices confirmed at the time of order.
Gold:
$1,776.50
17-Feb-21
Silver:$27.3510:11 AMPacific
Platinum:$1,253.00
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      as Buffalos, Maple Leafs, Philharmonics, Kangaroos, Krugerrands, etc.
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