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$100 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [1/10 "bag"]$2,353$2,353
11/10 oz Gold Philharmonic coins$217$217
$250 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [1/4 "bag"]$5,534$5,534
211/10 oz Gold Philharmonic coins$217$4,547
2001 oz .999 fine Silver Rounds$31.50$6,301
$500 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [1/2 "bag"]$10,867$10,867
71/4 oz Gold British Britannia$521$3,646
201/10 oz Gold Philharmonic coins$215$4,291
2601 oz .999 fine Silver Rounds$31.40$8,165
$1,000 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [ 1"bag"]$21,335$21,335
41/2 oz Gold British Britannia$1,010$4,040
241/4 oz Gold British Britannia520$12,478
201/10 oz Gold Philharmonic coins$214$4,271
7501 oz .999 fine Silver Rounds$31.30$23,477
$2,000 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [2 "bags"]$21,235$42,470
11 oz Gold American Eagles$1,954$1,954
41/2 oz Gold British Britannia$1,008$4,032
271/4 oz Gold British Britannia519$14,011
301/10 oz Gold Philharmonic coins$213$6,376
4US old $20 Gold Piece -AU Lib.$2,026$8,104
1,5001 oz .999 fine Silver Rounds$31.20$46,805
$3000 faceUS 90% silver pre-1965 coins [3 "bags"]$21,135$63,404
101 oz .999 fine Platinum bars$1,157$11,574
101 oz Gold So. African Krugerrand$1,937$19,368
101/2 oz Gold British Britannia$1,006$10,059
721/4 oz Gold British Britannia517$37,218
1001/10 oz Gold Philharmonic coins$212$21,153
10US old $20 Gold Piece -AU Lib.$2,021$20,210
10US old $20 St. Gaudens - AU$2,031$20,306
Prices fluctuate constantly.  These are indications based on the spots below.
Silver:$25.7211:05 AMPacific
Supply shortages and extraordinary premiums have resulted in delays and replacing fractional American Eagles with other gold coins and silver rounds.

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