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|silive recent obituaries||0.73||0.5||941||3|
|silive yard sale||1.85||0.8||61||26|
|silive news local||1.52||0.6||562||83|
|silive obits today||1.12||0.8||2126||92|
The best junk silver coins to collect are dollars, half dollars, and dimes. Dimes will be extremely useful as a small base currency, holding just enough silver value to buy minor items like milk or bread without requiring change.What is the cheapest way to buy silver?
Junk silver is the cheapest way to buy silver. Any coin, round, or item that is not pure silver or nearly pure silver is considered a “junk” piece. These will almost always be available at a price that is actually below silver.What are some stores that sell colloidal silver?
CVS and Walgreens sell it, but only through their websites. Rite Aid and Target don't carry it online or off. Kroger and most grocery stores shun it. The most common places where to buy colloidal silver in the US and Canada in-store are at Whole Foods, GNC, Sprouts, Vitamin Shoppe , and Vitamin World .