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.
As long as the coin/bar is marked .999 silver and the such, then your good to go.
I've bought and sold allot of silver over the years and one thing holds true, if it is not marked as silver, then you have a hard time selling it as silver. Junk silver is a little bit different.
The ASE is popular as both a collectible coin and is considered legal tender.
I just sent an email to my supplier, my ASE's will be on their way soon.