Each $100 Face Value Bag contains approximately 71.5 oz of silver. Exact years will be random and vary by bag, but each coin will be 90% silver (either pre-1965 or special edition 90% silver in later years).
Official legal tender - 90% pure silver coins are real circulation currency like dimes, quarters, half dollars etc that were minted by the US Mint when real silver was still used in the coinage. Privately minted bullion is not legal tender and even bullion coins are non-circulation legal tender and don't spend directly at stores.
Content guaranteed - Each coin contains 90% pure silver as well as 10% of other metals used as hardeners, as guaranteed by the U.S. Mint. Each $100 face-value bag contains 71.5 ounces of pure silver, whether it's comprised of dimes, quarters, half dollars, or rarely, dollars.
Superior flexibility - You can buy in the denomination of your choice, so you have incremental size alternatives that don't exist with something like 100-ounce silver bars, for example. In fact, you can buy and sell in increments as small as one dime if you choose.
Easy to store and transport - With greater flexibility in denominations of weight and the ability to break the bag down further yourself, such as breaking a $100 bag down into ten $10 bags, you have the ability to sell or use only exactly the amount you want.
Year and condition may vary. Dimensions listed are approximate and will vary slightly.
Metal weight displayed in details is the silver content only.