The Silver Calculator computes the current value of coins, jewelry and bullion. Bullion Silver Coins The Silver Calculator has equations and data useful for Jewelers and other merchants of silver and for anyone that wants to know the value of their silver. The current Silver Spot Price is ($23.64/Troy Ounce) in U.S. dollars. The SPOT price is updated every two minutes.
The Silver Value (Jeweler's Buy Price) equation lets you:
It then returns the buy price of the silver accounting for the above factors and the current silver spot price.
Junk Silver is comprised of U.S. silver coins with no numismatic value. These are often coins that are very worn and have lost any value outside of the silver content. Junk Silver coins are usually U.S. coins with dates before 1964 when the U.S. Mint stamped its last coins with .9 silver content. The Junk Silver Value equation calculates current value for Junk Silver based on the dollar Face Value and the current Silver Spot Price ($17.38/Troy Ounce) in U.S. dollars. The Face Value is the sum of the different coins.
Clad Silver consists of U.S. half dollars minted between 1965 and 1970 with no numismatic value. These are often coins that are worn and have lost any value outside of the silver content. During this period, 1965 to 1970, the U.S. Mint stamped its Kennedy half dollars with .4 silver content.(see ). The Kennedy Half dollar coins during this period had the following specifications:
This is a simple equation where you choose a precious metal from the list, enter the weight of the refined metal you have and it provides a current value based on the current SPOT price. The default amount is one Troy ounces so the spot price of the metals is provided by default.
This calculator was compiled with functions geared to meet the daily needs of a professional jeweler or pawn broker. Requests for new equations and/or corrections to existing equations will be rapidly implemented. Use the REPORT A PROBLEM button.