Very, Very pleased with my order. The condition of the dimes I received I would call ‘Very Good’ & had negligible wear. Great job JMB!
Kevin from NH– June 26, 2017
Bag of 400 90% silver quarters arrived promptly and secure – I was quite pleased with my purchase, piece count was exact, found 60 BU/AU coins (mostly 1964), two Morgan (one 1898 keeper, the other was bent), six Standing Liberty (two with dates, four slicks), one 1966 clad – the older coins were mostly VG/F, maybe a dozen G (almost slick), and 300 or so were nice circulated quarters from the 1950s and 1960s – I will be ordering again, thanks JMB !
Juris from NJ– February 16, 2016
WELL, Nice Surprise!
I found over 40BU coins in the bag of quarters.
Then the rest of the Bag was 1930’s, 40’s, 50’s, 60’s
The BU coins are clean, clear and crisp. These coins actually still have the mint luster, (polished look)
Gerald from MO– December 7, 2015
I ordered One Hundred dollars face 90% Ag; Count was good content was Ok. I should have inquired as to the makeup of the shipment. I got all dimes, a bit disconcerting. This is my first time with your company.
Rolando from WI– September 30, 2015
this was my second order, again I received all quarters, and am happy with the purchase. there were very few old circulated coins, old coins can be so worn that quite a bit of silver is missing. many coins were 1964, and had very little wear. since I’m not interested in adding to a collection I prefer the newer coins with less wear and more silver. good job thanks
Charles from OH– June 24, 2015
This was my third bag. All three bags have been quarters. The trend is approximately 20 very worn per bag and the rest are in average circulated condition. I am very pleased with all three orders! I paid via echeck this time and am please with that process too!
William from VA– June 22, 2015
I received all dime’s all in great shape, with two extra’s thrown in. Perfect!
Nathan from MN– May 28, 2015
the coins I received were all quarters. there was $100 fv as claimed. all the quarters had readable dates and mintmarks although that isn’t important to me, I consider it survival money.
Charles from OH– May 26, 2015
Two orders made for $100 face of any random type. Received a total of 994 90% dimes; 2 absent; 4 clad (guess that’s a 40 cent discount…HA!). One order had about 45 mercuries the other just one merc. Found that about one dozen had hard to read dates due to wear, but most were in average to good condition. Will likely order again.
Steven from MO– April 18, 2015
I received all quarters with a good range of years(below). My only two complaints are that I couldn’t request a certain denomination and I got over 30% 1964 quarters, otherwise it is great.
3 Barber (1 Dateless, face almost completely gone.)
29 Standing Liberty (23 Dateless, otherwise good condition.)
23 Washington 1934-1939
71 Washington 1940-1949
89 Washington 1950-1959
61 Washington 1960-1963
124 Washington 1964
Philip from MN– April 1, 2015
Good mix of coins. Had 278 mercs, 6 barbers, most dates of the date run of rosies. about a full roll of nice BU 1964’s. Nothing after 1964 but one dime from Canada. Would order again, nice mix with only 3-4 dinged or messed up coins.
Joe from FL– March 2, 2015
I received my $100 FV pretty quick. The only problem I had with it was it would have been nice if it had a mix of coins. Also there was a few Canadian coins that were only 80% silver and 1 was only 50% silver. Other than that it was a great value.
Drew from WI– October 25, 2014
I was happy with my order and of course I love the free shipping. I received all quarters. None were damaged, but the one or two Barber quarters I got were too warn to read the date, but hey, it’s junk silver right? I would order again and I’ve been very happy with all my orders from JMB.
The only negative would be how dirty they were. I’m talkin’ majorly black finger tips. But they all cleaned up easily.
William from KY– October 3, 2014
Received all dimes, this was my first 90% silver coin bag I purchased from JM. Received about 100 un-circulated 1964 Roosevelt dimes, about 200 Winged Liberty dimes, dates back to 1917, and 8 Barbers from the early 1900’s. Was pleased, except do you know how long it takes to go through 1000 dimes? Was short three…but oh well. Maybe they’re on the carpet somewhere. Thanks, JM Bullion.
Ronald from CA– August 14, 2014