What Is Sterling Silver Worth?

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When you want to go sell your old sterling silver or gold jewelry you don't want to be under paid. In order to figure out what your jewelry is worth on the day that you go and try to sell you need to know how much metal is worth using a calculator.
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US dimes were never made in sterling silver. They were made of a slightly less pure alloy called coin silver.
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Silver value changes by the day. It is a commodity and it is traded on the market. The price of silver today is different from silver tomorow. The price on the market today Nov,6
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Right now, 42 grams of sterling silver is valued at $39.78 US. 1 troy
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As of Today AUG 13th, 2011: Silver spot price is: $39.13/ounce. Silver quarters from 1932-1964 is 90% Silver (5.63grams of Silver) So based on the Silver content, it is worth just
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The silver has to be removed from the object so don't expect silver price. Some refiners will pay 90% of the spot silver value for sterling. Lets assume you have 1000 grams of sterling silver. The calculation is 500 x .925 (silver content of sterling) x .9 divided by 31.105 (to get troy ounces) x 32.01 (current spot price)= 856.72.
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