Originally Posted by jt-cali
How recognizable are Philharmonics? The coins will only be of value if people recognize/know that they are pure silver. I've been sticking to maples and ASE. But the premiums are getting too high and considering getting some philharmonics instead.
It's not hard to test silver. Stop by any one of your local "we buy gold and silver" stores (which are on every corner) they don't care what is stamped on the coin. A Troy ounce of silver is a Troy ounce of silver. Unless you collect for intrinsic value IMHO it doesn't matter what the design is.