Junk Silver Coins from Singapore 

Singapore flagSilver coin values below are based on live silver prices. Silver coins were in regular circulation in Singapore. The values below represent the intrinsic value of silver coins from Singapore. Silver coins from Singapore that are in uncirculated condition, or that may be rare and collectible may also have numismatic value. You can use this table as a guide when buying and selling circulated or junk silver coins from Singapore. The melt values are calculated and displayed in USD based on the current silver spot price of $22.55 per troy ounce.

Denomination / Currency Years Minted Fineness Gross Weight (g) ASW (g) ASW (oz t) Melt Value
5 Dollars 1973 .500 25 12.50 .4019 $9.06
10 Dollars 1976- 1979 .500 31.1 15.55 .4999 $11.27

Singapore Silver Coinage

Silver Coins Singapore

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.

Use this guide to determine the melt value of Singapore silver coins.
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