“>coin dealer Clemmons, one of the sales associates shared a simple technique on how to buy silver bullion locally for a fraction of the spot price of silver.
If your collection is like most, it will have a lot of wheat back Lincoln cents (1909 to 1958), common silver coins, and proof sets. Most dealers pay two to three cents each for common wheat back cents. They will pay more if you separate out the early rarer dates, such as, 1909-S, 1911-S, 1913-S, 1914-D, 1931-S and others. Use your Red Book to identify the more expensive dates.
Make sure that you enjoy hunting for silver coins so that this will not become just another job. Forums like Coin Community, Coin Talk, and SilverSeek will help increase your knowledge of coin collecting.