Silver Coins

Silver Numismatic Coins

Silver numismatic coins hold exceptional, long-standing value as a direct result of intrinsic metal value combined with rarity. Fortress Gold Group offers a wide selection of beautifully minted silver coins from all our nation’s past. Behind every coin featured is a story, and behind every story is a historical and cultural value that will continue to increase over the years.

MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR

With a silver content of 90% and a unique historical significance, the Morgan Silver Dollar is a great choice for any coin collector or investor. The Morgan Dollar’s value has undergone an incredible increase since it was discontinued in 1921. The 1895 Morgan Dollar in particular is exceptionally rare and desirable to investors due to the mysterious disappearance of more than 12,000 pieces from that year.

 

PEACE SILVER DOLLAR

This commemorative coin was originally created to celebrate the end of World War I, the same year the Morgan Silver Dollar was discontinued. The last silver dollar ever released by the United States Mint, it has a silver content of 90%. Its rarity, precious metals content, and historical significance make it an exceptional value for any investor.

 

WALKING LIBERTY HALF-DOLLAR

Minted from 1916 to 1947, the Walking Liberty Half-Dollar captures the stunning image of Lady Liberty striding towards the sunrise and wearing the American flag. These silver coins became the model for the Silver American Eagle bullion coins.

 

FRANKLIN HALF-DOLLAR

Minted from 1948-1963, the Franklin is 90% silver and 10% copper content. Approximately 510 million coins featuring Franklin’s bust on the obverse were minted until a bill from Congress replaced the coin with the Kennedy Half-Dollar after the president’s assassination.

 

KENNEDY HALF-DOLLAR

Following the assassination of President John F. Kennedy in 1963, the United States Mint came out with a commemorative coin for the late president. The Kennedy Half-Dollar coin is comprised of 90% pure silver.

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