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glassman  - posted
somehow this one turned up in my change dish by the door today...pretty worn, QE head, sailboat on the back---it looks like silver.....IS IT????

 
northernprophet  - posted
Absolutely. All pre-1971 (I think that is the year) Canadian dimes and quarters have mostly silver in them. I started saving them years ago, I wish I had started earlier.

Old nickels are mostly nickel, but they recently changed nickels to less expensive metals.
 

glassman  - posted
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Originally posted by northernprophet:
Absolutely. All pre-1971 (I think that is the year) Canadian dimes and quarters have mostly silver in them. I started saving them years ago, I wish I had started earlier.

Old nickels are mostly nickel, but they recently changed nickels to less expensive metals.



cool, the US switched off silver in 64---

 




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