OAKLAND SILVER & GOLD


(510) 601-0436
3929 Piedmont Ave
Oakland, CA 94611
osg2010@gmail.com
oaklandsilverandgold.com

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Monday - Friday 10am-6pm
Saturday 11am - 4pm
Sunday Closed

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Junk Silver in Oakland

Oakland Silver & Gold routinely buys, sells and trades junk silver at 3929 Piedmont Avenue. The shop can broker any size transaction.

Some of the more common forms of junk silver handled at Oakland Silver & Gold include:

  • Morgan Silver Dollars
  • Peace Dollars
  • Franklin Half Dollars
  • 1964 Kennedy (JFK) Half Dollars
  • Walking Liberty Half Dollars
  • Barber Half Dollars
  • pre-1964 Washington Quarters
  • Standing Liberty Quarters
  • pre-1964 Roosevelt (FDR) Dimes
  • Mercury Dimes
  • Barber Dimes

These items can be bought, sold and traded individually, or by face value in bags (such as $250 face or $1000 face bags), or by dollar volume.

Oakland Silver & Gold also trades in other precious metals, including world coins and privately minted bullion bars and rounds.

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Junk Silver

Junk silver is an informal term used in the United States, United Kingdom, Canada and Australia for any silver coin which is in fair condition and has no numismatic or collectible value above the bullion value of the silver it contains. Such coins are popular among people seeking to invest in silver, particularly in small amounts. The word "junk" refers only to the value of the coins as collectibles and not to the actual condition of the coins; junk silver is not necessarily scrap silver.

Precious metals including silver are measured in troy ounces (ozt). A spot price for silver is the price for a troy ounce of silver which is 99.9-percent pure, or 999 fine. Silver coins including junk-silver coins have set silver-alloy contents ranging from 35-percent to 90-percent or more. The term "coin silver," for example, refers to 90-percent silver alloy which was the most common alloy used to mint silver U.S. coins.

Any combination of 90-percent silver U.S. coins which have a face value of US$1.00 contains 0.715 troy ounces of 99.9-percent silver (0.7234 troy ounces if uncirculated), except for the silver dollars (Morgan and Peace) which contain .7736 troy ounces of silver. In other words, a full troy ounce of 99.9-percent silver is contained in any combination of 90-percent silver U.S. coins which have a face value of US$1.40.

The most commonly collected junk-silver U.S. coins were minted before 1965 and include Morgan and Peace dollars; Liberty Head "Barber," Walking Liberty, Franklin and Kennedy half dollars; Liberty Head "Barber," Standing Liberty and Washington quarters; Liberty Head "Barber," Winged Liberty Head "Mercury" and Roosevelt dimes; and Jefferson "Wartime" nickels.

Dollars
Morgan (1878-1921): 90% silver
Peace (1921-1928 and 1934-1935): 90% silver

Half-Dollars
Liberty Head "Barber" (1892-1915): 90% silver
Walking Liberty (1916-1947): 90% silver
Franklin (1948-1963): 90% silver
Kennedy (1964): 90% silver
Kennedy (1965-1970): 40% silver

Quarters
Liberty Head "Barber" (1892-1916): 90% silver
Standing Liberty (1916-1930): 90% silver
Washington (1932, 1934-1964): 90% silver

Dimes
Liberty Head "Barber" (1892-1916): 90% silver
Winged Liberty Head "Mercury" (1916-1945): 90% silver
Roosevelt (1946-1964): 90% silver

Nickels
Jefferson "Wartime" (1942 (partial)-1945): 35% silver

Piedmont Avenue

Historically, the Piedmont Avenue shopping area has provided retail shopping for the upscale city of Piedmont, California, as well as Oakland's own affluent Montclair neighborhood, which along with the city's wealthy Rockridge district, converge on the north and east borders of the Piedmont Avenue neighborhood. Many trendy and highly rated restaurants- including the renowned Baywolf, Dopo, and the Michelin-starred Commis- and an eclectic array of boutique retailers line the street.

Alameda County

Alameda County is a county in the U.S. state of California. It occupies most of the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. As of the 2010 census it had a population of 1,510,271, making it the 7th most populous county in the state. The county's major cities include Oakland, which is its seat, Fremont, Berkeley, and Hayward. Smaller cities in the county include: Alameda, Albany, Dublin, Emeryville, Livermore, Newark, Piedmont, Pleasanton, San Leandro, Union City.
Morgan Silver Dollar

Morgan Silver Dollar


Peace Dollar

Peace Dollar


Walking Liberty Half Dollar

Walking Liberty Half Dollar


Standing Liberty Quarter

Standing Liberty Quarter




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