Hey stackers! I am thinking about buying canadian constitutional silver (not sure they are called this here), so dimes, quarters, half dollars and dollars from 1967 or older. These coins have 80% silver content and from what I understand you get 0.6 troy ounce of pure silver per 1$ of face value (please confirm). So I went to a LCS tonight to look at what they were offering, knowing that at spot, I could pay 14.10$ per dollar. The guy was selling the 1$ coins for 20$ which is a 25% premium. He was also selling dimes at 75 cents per gram, that comes to a premium of 60%.... obviously I did not buy anything. What I want to know is: is that normal? Should I try to haggle to try to get a reasonable price? My thinking is that 8% over spot would be the max I would be willing to spend. How flexible are coin dealers usually? Any advice welcome.