|Denomination / Currency||Years Minted||Fineness||Gross Weight (g)||ASW (g)||ASW (oz t)||Melt Value|
|10 Dollars||1976- 1979||.500||31.1||15.55||.4999||$10.30|
1973 Singapore issued a commemorative silver coin in honor of the 7th SEAP Games. The coin has a face valueof 5 Dollars (5 SGD). It is composed of .500 fine silver and has a gross weight of 25 grams. This coin was never intended for circulation. Roughly 250,000 coins were minted, plus an additional 5,000 proof coins.
From 1976 to 1977 Singapore issued a 10 Dollar silver coin. The coin was composed of .500 fine silver with a gross weight of 31.10 grams. Roughly 300,000 coins were minted during the 2 year period. These coins were minted to commemorate the 10th Anniversary of Independence and were not intended for circulation.
As with most modern or recently issued commemorative coins these 5 Dollar and 10 Dollar silver coins from Singapore can often be found for melt value.