Hypothetically speaking bullion, if hyperinflation occurs and the value of the dollar becomes worthless, is it feasible to trade sterling silver jewelry as monetary value, as opposed to pure silver? I ask because it seems you could have smaller increments of "value" with sterling silver. For example, rather than trading on entire pure silver coin for food I could simply break in half a necklace to have more "exact change", without having to worry about getting equal change back so to speak. Would this be acceptable?
Is buying sterling silver jewelry feasible for commodity trade as opposed to pure silver bullion?
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