The U.S. Silver Coin Rolls Calculator, located below, will figure the total silver value and total silver content of a roll of United States junk silver coins, partial roll, or a mix of many different types and quantities of U.S. silver coin rolls. The silver coin rolls calculator will only display what the silver content of the coins in your rolls is worth (intrinsic value), but not any numismatic (collector) or base metal value of those coins. Use the silver coin rolls calculator to compute how much the silver in your roll of silver coins is worth, or just to figure out how much to pay for a roll of silver coins. (Instructions Below) You might also like to try one of several other calculators from the drop-down menu above. For the values of single U.S. junk silver coins, use the U.S. Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator. There is also a Canadian Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator and an Australian Silver Coin Melt Value Calculator.
Calculator only figures total silver value and weight.
Does not include any copper or manganese value and weight.
Resultant values will be rounded to two or more decimal places depending on length. * Some 1942 nickels do not contain silver. The 35% silver varieties all have an extra large mintmark above the dome of Monticello. ** Not all Eisenhower dollars contain silver. The 40% silver varieties were only minted in San Francisco, although not all Eisenhowers with an S mintmark are silver either. Check the edge of the coin. If it shows a copper center, then it does not contain any silver. ## How to use the U.S. Silver Coin Rolls Calculator.
Enter the total number of rolls for each type of silver coin roll in the entire lot. Enter your
quantities in the corresponding text boxes to the right of each roll description (blue link).
As an alternative, you can simply click on the coin roll's picture, or its link, to increase
the value in its text box by 1. The calculator will automatically update the To calculate a partial roll of silver coins, enter a decimal value in the appropriate text box. For example, a value of 1.5 will equal 1½ rolls of silver coins. Do take into account the number of coins in a particular coin roll. A value of 1.5 in a dime roll text box would equal 75 total dimes, since there are 50 dimes in a roll. A value of 1.5 in a quarter roll text box would equal 60 total quarters, since there are 40 quarters in a roll.
The Total Silver Value is derived based on the U.S. Dollar amount shown in the In addition to the Total Silver Value (in red), the silver coin roll calculator will also figure a Bid and Ask price based on the value displayed in the Price Spread text box. This value defaults to 5%, but can be changed if you wish. The silver Bid and Ask prices are shown in the lower tier of the silver results box, for those who have an interest in them. The silver coin roll calculator determines total silver value and total silver content dependent on the amount of silver contained in uncirculated silver coins that have not suffered any wear. Circulated silver coins that do have some wear will not include as much silver. You have the option to insert a percentage of that wear in the "Amount of Wear" text box. An entry larger than the default of 0 (zero), will decrease the total silver value and total silver weight results proportionally. |

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