The Silver Bullion Melt Value Calculator, available below, can figure the total silver value
of an individual silver coin, round, bar, or ingot; or a mix of different types and quantities of
silver items. The silver value is calculated based on the total weight of silver content. The
silver calculator will only compute what the silver metal is worth (intrinsic value), but not
any numismatic (collector) value of your silver coins, bars, or bullion.
Use the silver calculator to learn how much your silver bullion is worth, or to determine what
you would be looking to pay based on the spot price for an ounce of silver.
You might also want to try one of the several other calculators available from the drop-down menu above.
To find the melt value of junk silver coins, check out the
U.S. Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator, the
Canadian Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator or the
Australian Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator.
Silver Price per Troy Ounce:
Silver Spot Price Data Last Updated:
Total Silver Value:
Total Silver Weight
How to use the Silver Melt Value Calculator.
Enter the total amount of coins, rounds, bars or ingots for each silver item, based on its
actual silver weight. Enter your numbers in the text boxes located directly to the right of
that item's corresponding unit of weight. You could also just click on that row's
silver weight image, or its link, to increment the value of its text box by 1. The calculator
will automatically update the Total Silver Value (in red), whenever the number of
silver items has been changed.
The Total Silver Value is figured based on the U.S. Dollar amount shown in the Silver
Price text box. You could also use one of the other major world currencies available in
the drop-down menu located underneath the prices. The default price is updated frequently
during normal trading hours. The Silver Price can be adjusted to indicate how much you would
prefer to pay per ounce for the silver contained in any quantity of silver items. This will
help you to decide the maximum bid you should enter for an online silver bullion auction.
In addition to the Total Silver Value (in red), the silver calculator will also compute a Bid
and Ask price based on the amount shown in the Price Spread text box. This amount defaults to
5%, but can be changed if you like. The silver Bid and Ask prices are displayed in the lower
section of the silver results box, for those who have an interest in them.
If your silver item is alloyed with another metal, you can use the Bullion Purity text box to
adjust accordingly. Simply enter the item's percentage of pure silver by weight, and all
resultant values will be multiplied by that percentage value.
The silver calculator displays total silver value and total silver weight relative to the
measure of silver content in items without any wear from being handled. A silver coin or round
that does show some wear will not consist of as much silver. You might want to enter a
percentage of that wear in the "Amount of Wear" text box. An amount greater than the
default value of 0 (zero), will lower the total silver value and total silver weight results