|Actual Silver Weight Ozt||Between .51-1.0|
Canadian 80% Silver Coins are an excellent way to invest in a small amount of silver at low premiums. You’ll get $1 face value in circulated coins containing .6 troy ounces of pure silver, including silver dollars, half dollars, quarters and dimes.
Before 1967, Canadian quarters and dimes were composed of 80 percent silver. In 1967, some of the coins were struck in 80 percent silver, while others contained only 50 percent. Beginning in 1968, Canadian quarters and dimes contained only 50 percent silver (or 100 percent nickel), rendering 80% Silver Canadian quarters and dimes a thing of the past.
When you invest in 80% Silver Canadian Coins, you are purchasing trusted legal tender that comes with inherent value and low premiums. The coins also represent a tangible investment that can be stored and transferred on your terms, and used as a tool of trade in tough economic times.
Now that’s something you can depend on.
Get $1 face value in Canadian 80% Silver Coins today. Dates are of our choice and come in circulated condition. Use our secure online ordering system and your silver will be at your door in days.
I hit the Jackpot
Review by Utilitarian | November 29, 2013
After ordering roll after roll of Canadian Silver I finally got the 1958 totem pole. None of the rolls ever had a single coin with this reverse side. Then I ordered, a single dollar, for the free shipping and WOW. The condition of the Canadian 80% has always been wonderful. Just really happy I finally got the 1958 :) ... To those Provident employees who package our shipments, a special thanks for not setting this gem aside.
Review by Dustin | November 23, 2013
Ordered $5 face, received all Dollar Coins. All 5 look like they are strait from the mint in perfect condition. I will be ordering again today.
Review by Mascara de plata | November 13, 2013
So I received one, just one Canadian silver dollar. But damn, It was in
Perfect condition! By the looks of it I wouldn't know it had
Been in circulated condition if it weren't for the description.
I also received it extremely fast! PROVIDENT you always diliver!
Good, Cheap Silver
Review by Ken | May 8, 2013
I have been a fan of Provident's Canadian 80% coins for quite some time- they are attractive, backed up by a secure government, and, well, let's face it- silver is silver. Provident delivers well every time. My only hesitation about my last order was that the older dimes in it were worn to the point of almost being blank backed- in other words, no dates or denominations were visible. For people to use these coins as future barter or to sell in a pinch, future buyers need to know these coins are on the up and up. Blank backed coins would be readily rejected by many who are not knowledgable about them. If premiums are going to rise on these, which they will due to demand, the pieces should be sold with dates and the blanks sold in a separate category as culls. Other than that suggestion, I was pleased by Provident's services and prices.
Awesome value, beautiful coins
Review by Tim | December 7, 2012
If you're buying silver for silver (that's the point, isn't it?), then cheaper is better. It's hard to beat below spot silver (obviously), so I'm very glad I found this item.
I picked up $20 face Canadian, received all halves, about 1/3 of which looked barely circulated or better. Needless to say I was very pleased with my order!
I suppose its good
Review by Patrick | April 7, 2012
I know nothing about Canadian silver. I bought a couple of small samples. I bought 10 face value and a 100. The 10 face value came in 50 Cent coins. They look good. The 100 dollar bag was in all quarters. I did some research and 1967 and 1968 candian coins were made differently. Some were made with only 50% silver and others were made with the standard 80%. There is no discernible way to tell if you have a 50% or 80% coin. There was one 1967 coin in my bag, however there was also a 1955 US quarter. So, it offsets any loss in value(which was almost nothing). I am not sure if Canadian junk is a good investment or not, but the prices are good if your in it just for the melt. I always believe having silver in coin form is good because there is no question of its worth or content, except in regards to the 67-68 Canadian quarter. I did hear that Canadian change is harder to sell in the states...I am not giving up my silver anytime soon so I don't really care.
Review by Darren | May 24, 2011
Great variety of Canadian silver at a low price.
The cheapest and most abundant Canadian silver in the U.S.A.
Great investment with a low spread. Great hedge against inflation.
Go PM team!!!
Orders are shipped only after receipt of good funds. Orders paid by bank wire, credit card or postal money orders usually ship within 3-5 business days. Orders paid by personal check, cashier's check or bank money order are held until funds fully clear (at least 6 business days and as many as 10 business days) before processing.
A majority of orders are shipped via USPS. FedEx, UPS and Brinks are also used on occasion at our discretion. If you would like to use a specific shipping service, please contact Customer Service at (877) 429-8790 for a custom shipping quote.
All orders are shipped fully insured.
Multiple orders cannot be combined to save on shipping or for any other purpose.
All packages over $50 require a signature to be received.
All packages shipped via USPS will be shipped First Class, Priority or Express Mail.
All orders totaling $5,000 or more will be shipped UPS, USPS Priority Registered Mail or FedEx.
You will be notified by email when your package(s) ships. To protect our customers and Provident Metals from possible fraudulent activity, we do not provide tracking numbers on orders placed with credit cards.
All packages are shipped securely in inconspicuous packaging and give no indication of contents. Boxes may or may not be addressed from "Provident."
Some oversized packages may be shipped Federal Express or UPS.
We offer flat rate shipping based upon each order's subtotal.
Shipping rates are as follows:
|Order Sub-Total||Shipping Rate|
|$0 - $249.99||$5.95|
|$250 - $499.99||$8.95|
|$500 - $4,999.99||$11.95|
FREE SHIPPING ON ORDERS OVER $5000
International Shipping - We are currently shipping to Canada, however these orders must be placed by phone. All Canadian customers are required to call (877) 395-3107 during our regular business hours to place their orders. Acceptable payment methods are limited to wire transfers, bank drafts, cashiers checks, and money orders for international orders. At this time, we may ship to other countries on a case-by-case basis depending on USPS/UPS/FedEx shipping policies. Additional costs may be incurred. Please call during normal business hours to find out if we can ship to your country. See our FAQ page for more information on international shipping.