People often forget about their spare change — whether it’s left to pile up in different places or regularly put into a jar, it accumulates until there’s too much of it to count. Here a few ways to sort out your coins at home.
Last week I invested almost $2,500 in a bag of American coins with a face value of $100. Sounds pretty stupid right? Well, when the coins are 90% silver, it's a good deal. Dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollar coins made in 1964 and consist of 90% silver and 10% copper. These coins are commonly referred to as junk silver.