Pretorian wrote:that coin had lost minimum 0.5 grams of silver. not so real anymore.
.5 / 6.25 = 0.08
8% of it's mass. I think that looks a little high, but maybe.
$3.25 * .08 = $0.26
$3.25 - $0.26 = $2.99 value in silver + collector valueCALCULATING TODAY'S MELT VALUE of Quarters http://www.coinflation.com/coins/1932-1 ... Value.html
And here's a page that might be worth printing out: United States Circulated Silver Coinage Intrinsic Value Table http://www.coinflation.com/
Pretorian wrote:However, next week i am going to farmers market loaded with
silver us, canadian and mexican coinage. we'll see
Have fun, bartering can work. I know I've traded ceramic dice /
buttons I've made for small things at flea markets. You have to
have the right people, environment. However without outright
currency collapse, you're going to have more luck cashing in some
silver for FRN's and using those to buy vegetables. But it depends
on the seller. I mentioned NORFED earlier, they were raided
because many businesses wanted to accept
their silver backed currency.