This page is a calculator to determine the "Multipler" for 1964 and earlier dimes, quarters, and halves.

Often times junk silver coins are sold a a certain multiplier times face value. For example, your local coin store might say they are selling coins at 15x face value. So if you purchased $10 face value of coins, they would multiply it by 15, and charge you $150.

The first calculates the multiplier given a price of silver per ounce:

Convert Silver Price per Troy Ounce to Multiplier
Price per troy ounce:
Coin Conditions:Average Circulated Uncirculated
Multiplier:





The second calculates the silver per ounce given a multiplier:

Convert Multiplier to Troy Ounces
Multiplier:
Coin Conditions:Average Circulated Uncirculated
Multiplier: