Welcome to CoinTrackers.com
CoinTrackers.com is an online database that provides both numismatic values as well as intrinsic coin values. We offer reliable real coin melt conversions and hand written stats on each and every coin in our database. This is a labor of love you might say, so it is resource intensive and slow. Our database is growing every day and we should be done with the the coinage from the 1900s to current in a few months at most. This means we are detailing thousands of coins.
This most valuable coin list is dynamic based upon the few thousand or so United States coins found in our ever growing database.
As of now our database consists almost entirely of coins from 1880s-2011, as we wanted to focus mostly on coins that were readily accessible and possibly still in circulation.
How to buy junk silver at or below spot price in today's market. This article details where to buy, when to buy, and what to expect.
Buying junk silver coins has become a passion of ours, some might actually call it an obsession. We would like to share some tips and pitfalls that we've noticed along the way so you can hopefully make more informed purchases.
Enter the face value of bag of coins, a roll of coins, or even an individual coin into the silver coin calculator to get the total melt value. It's based off of a 90% silver per coin estimation, and the current spot price of silver As a quick rule of thumb, if a coin was produced before 1965 it is 90% silver. (Dimes, Quarters, Half Dollars only). Try It Now!
When Silver prices for silver bullion, rounds, and premium coins like the American Silver Eagles and the Canadian Maples get to expensive for your taste, you can still get your silver fix for a reasonable price if you are willing to do a little legwork. Here are 5 great ways to find silver on the cheap. Junk Silver as it's called by many people is often categorized as minted coins from circulation that contain between 35% and 90% Silver.
We've recently found thousands of dollars worth of junk / circulated silver coins and only spent a fraction of the current spot price. (Read Article)
Use our online handy dandy silver coin detector to see if your coin contains silver or not. This tool is for U.S. Silver Coins only. It does not do foreign coinage, sorry.
The following values are the result of taking the current spot price for silver and multiplying it by the silver content in the coin.
The term "melt value" does not imply the melting of the coin, as that is illegal with certain coins. It's a definition of the coins intrinsic value or worth.
A configurable web utility that shows silver prices in various forms and measurements.
Page allows you so set refresh time and shows silver prices in Oz, Sterling Silver per gram, 90% Coin Silver Price $1 Face Value, as well as a 1 year silver price chart, and single day silver price chart.