Rumor or not?..

Dozer D

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I saw on the web news that the mint was thinking of making some .999fine or 90% silver fractional coins to go along with the ASE, but not sold as a set. Anybody else see this article. Discussion?
 
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xaos

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5 ounces for $229?????

damn...
 

Diver_Down

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Yep, 5 oz. fractional silver quarter Lol!
It’s the premium that hurts.

And why pay that when you can pay $70 less?

https://www.providentmetals.com/2020-atb-weir-farm-national-historic-site-5-oz-silver-coin.html

To be fair, they are two different products. There is a the bullion version and the collector version. The collector version will have the mintmark and burnished finish. Yes, there is still a hefty premium. But take for example the 2012 Hawaii Volcanoes National Park - the bullion version is worth melt vs. the collector version is worth $400.
 

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