Question by  ammanda (19)

What is one troy ounce of silver coin worth?


Answer by  Emily59 (11)

About $28.50. In June 2010, price rolled up and down between $17.00 and $18.50, then prices inclined to $28.50. It should reach $31.20 by next year.


Answer by  Kestrel (11)

The value of one troy ounce of silver coin is dependent on two factors—-silver's market price and the coin's numismatic value. Silver's market price fluctuates daily from market conditions such as its demand in industrial and consumer applications and its deemed worth as a store of value. The coin's numismatic value depends on rarity, collector interest and condition.


Answer by  river (1226)

Right now it's between $35.06 to $35.28. It's been reaching new highs like the gold prices. It's a really good time to sell if you have any silver.


Answer by  JohnC (131)

An ounce of silver is currently worth between $34-$35, though this fluctuates daily. A coin can be worth more if it is rare.


Answer by  Milee (106)

The value of on troy ounce of silver coin is dependent on the market as the value fluctuates quite a bit. As of 2011, the price range is $30.


Answer by  dollgirl (636)

As of 12/14/2009 at 12:30 am EST, the value is $17. 28 per troy ounce. It should be noted that a troy ounce of silver weighs 31. 1 grams, which is about 10 percent more than the ounce measurement that we are used to when weighing items at the grocery store, which is called an avoirdupois ounce.


Answer by  worker2746 (2434)

It depends on the going rate for silver that day. You can best find this information out online at a silver site.


Answer by  dpauleyii (843)

A troy ounce of silver is worth the market price for silver. You can look up online what that is any given time. Silver prices fluctuates minute to minute.


Answer by  Taylor (863)

The value depends on how old it is, the type of coin it is, what country's mint issued it. If it's just a silver coin it's worth about $15.

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