Q: What is the silver content in the Dale Earnhardt Sr. One Pound Proof coin?

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If the coin is an "S" mintmarked silver proof coin, it's 90% silver.

It depends on your preference. A silver proof set contains coins made of 90% silver, while a regular proof set does not. Silver proof sets tend to have a higher intrinsic value due to the silver content, but they may also come at a higher cost compared to regular proof sets.

Face value only, unless it's a proof or Silver proof coin in its original packaging. Then it's worth about £8 for a proof or around £20 if it's a silver proof.

A 1976 proof dollar contains 24.6 grams of 90% silver. This means the actual silver content is 22.14 grams.

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I have asked dozens of people. The first answer is no. They are not .999 silver or they would have been marked as such on the coin. Next, what is the silver content? I have asked coin dealers. I have receivd answers from 65% to 90% silver. That makes the worst case scenario for melting the coins to be 65% of current silver prices. $29.00 per ounce or calculated to $18.80 per oz. for 65%. The troy pound contains 12 ounces not 16. That makes the melted value of these coins at just over $100 each. That is the worst case. You can buy them on Ebay for under $100. Buy several to melt down or to save for future Nascar fans that want to commemerate Dale Earnhardt.

No silver or gold in any presidential dollar coins

About $1 for the silver content unless it is a proof or very high-grade uncirculated coin.

For the 1992 Kennedy half, only some Proof coins ( "S" mintmark ) were struck in 90% silver, they were issued in the Silver Proof and Silver Premier sets.

British general circulation Two Pound coins are made from a nickel-brass alloy. In many years, the Royal Mint also produces a Proof in silver FDC Two Pound coin and occasionally, a Proof piedfort in silver FDC Two Pound coin. These coins are not intended for circulation since their value is much greater than Two Pounds.

Because of the silver content in the dime, quarter(s) and half dollar.