They're generic silver rounds. Unless you think grading will increase the value to pay for the fees and shipping, it isn't worth it.
Question: Do you understand how much grading costs?
Alright thank you
I think you should go ahead and get something graded and then that will make these decisions much easier in the future.
I've gotten exactly one coin graded myself. I had to get a membership in the grading company ($50 or so at the time), and then it cost me $100 to get the coin graded (it was an error coin so there was a surcharge for that). Was it worth it? Yes, only because the coin was worth $3000.
As silver rounds they are worth whatever the spot price of silver is and what a buyer is willing to pay... and a bullion buyer would pay less than spot.
Hard to know what someone (such as a non-collecting Vet) would pay for privately made War related tokens made of silver. Might look at sold auctions on the Bay.
Thank you very much ..I really appreciate it
PCGS and NGC do not grade generic bullion. ANAC probably would, but why pay $15 apiece (including shipping) to grade rounds that are worth $17 each?