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Promoted item:1989 ONE DOLLAR LIBERTY 1 OZ ROUND SILVER COIN

1989 ONE DOLLAR LIBERTY 1 OZ ROUND SILVER COIN

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About Silver

Silver is a metal used in coins, jewelry, flatware (that's where the term 'silverware' comes from) and much more. Early American pure silver (99.9 percent) is very rare and is usually stamped or marked somehow with its maker's initials, name, or seal. Antique silver is special because it is chemically different than the silver we know today. It is too soft in its pure state for functional objects. Sterling silver, which is an alloy made of 92.5 percent silver and 7.5 percent other metals (usually copper), is what we now think of as silver. You'll notice, especially on jewelry, that sterling silver pieces are marked by a '.925' or '925.' Sterling silver was popularized in England in the 13th century for its durability, but wasn't mass-produced in the US until the mid 1800s. There is also silverplate, which is a thin layer of silver applied to another metal or surface, used mainly in flatware or jewelry. Silverplate is denoted by terms like 'A1' or 'quadruple plate,' describing the amount of layers of silver applied. Silver CollectiblesIt is rare to find pure silver objects, so they are very valuable. However, they are also very susceptible to tarnish and bending. Pure silver is very malleable and can be bent or scratched easily, although a silversmith can repair it. Still, silver jewelry in pre-1860s America is hard to find in its original condition. For example, wedding rings at the time were often bent out of shape and damaged before they could be passed on. Original pure silver pieces tarnish when they interact with sulfur, but can be easily cleaned with a sodium bicarbonate source. Pure silver coins dating prior to 1820 in the US have a higher silver content as well, causing them to tarnish easily. After 1820, coin silver was made of 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper to make them more durable.