Hi Cliff, The going price was about $35,or so I thought. I had a table at a small antique show about 6 weeks ago. They had an evaluator doing appraisals, and a fellow brought in some medals for a valuation. She put a value of $90 on two Second World War service medals. So I asked her what the deal was, and she said that as far as she was concerned, the primary factor was the bullion price. She said that since there were so many of the medals around, there was little historic merit in them and since they were un-named, there was no heirloom value.
This raises an interesting question. If a value of $35 is the retail on the silver medals, some individuals may simply buy them up to sell them for scrap.