We Pay Cash for Silver Coins, Canadian Coins, and Silver Proof

Sets!

 

A short list of Silver Coins We Buy…

Canadian Coins & Silver Proof Sets…

 

Some Canadian Coins and Silver Proof Sets We Buy


1950 – 1964 Proof Sets 1992 – 1998 Silver Proof Set
1956 1964 Mint Sets 1999 Silver Proof Set
1965 – 1967 Special Mint Set 2000 – 2011 Silver Proof Set
1968 – 1970 Proof Sets 2004 – 2008 Silver Quarter Proof Set
1968 – 1970 Mint Sets 2009 – 2011 Silver Quarters Proof Set
1971 – 1974 “Blue” Eisenhower Dollar 1920 – 1967 Dime
1971 – 1974 “Brown” Eisenhower Dollar 1967 – 1968 Dime
1976 Silver Proof Set 1920 – 1968 Quarter
1976 Silver Mint Set 1920 – 1967 Half Dollar
1935 – 1967 Dollar

Silver Coin Grades and Meanings

Prefix Numerical Grade Adjectival Description
MS 60-70 Mint State (Uncirculated)
AU 50, 53, 55, 58 About Uncirculated
XF 40, 45 Extremely Fine
VF 20, 25, 30, 35 Very Fine
F 12, 15 Fine
VG 8, 10 Very Good
G 4, 6 Good
AG 3 About Good
FA 2 Fair
PR 1 Poor

Coin States

BN = Brown PF = Proof
CA = Cameo PL = Prooflike
DPL = Deep Prooflike RB = Red Brown
FB = Full Split Bands RD = Red
FBL = Full Bell Lines SP = Specimen
FH = Full Head UC = Ultra Cameo
FT = Full Torch 5FS = Five Full Steps
MS = Mint State 6FS = Six Full Steps

Coin Terminology

  • UNC DETAILS (Uncirculated)
    A coin that shows no wear or evidence of circulation.
  • AU DETAILS (About Uncirculated)
    Traces of light wear are evident on the high points of the coin’s design.
  • XF DETAILS (Extremely Fine)
    Design features are well defined, although light wear is evident throughout.
  • VF DETAILS (Very Fine)
    Major details of the coin are clear although wear is evident; the high points show moderate wear.
  • F DETAILS (Fine)
    Moderate wear on many elements with heavy wear on high points. The major design elements remain visible.
  • VG DETAILS (Very Good)
    Heavy wear flattens design elements, although major features are clearly outlined.
  • G DETAILS (Good)
    Design details are flat and visible in outline. Some portions of the design may be faint.
  • AG DETAILS (About Good)
    Design details are flat and appear in outline. Portions of the rim are lost to wear.
  • FA DETAILS (Fair)
    Coin is identifiable, design is flat and visible in outline, and rim is essentially indistinguishable from coin fields.
  • PR DETAILS (Poor)
    Heavily worn; only basal detail remains.