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What is a 1970 dollar worth compared to a 2008 dollar?
That was the last year for 40% silver half dollars. At present, it's worth about $4.
Anything minted in the 1970s is made of copper-nickel, not silver, and is only worth face value.
25 cents, of course - the same as all current-issue quarters.
It is the same. A dollar is a dollar no matter which year it was printed.
All dollar coins made for circulation in the 1970s were all made of cupro-nickel, like dimes and quarters, and are only worth face value. Some uncirculated and proof c…oins were struck in 40% silver. If they're in their original packaging they're worth 3 or 4 dollars each.
Half dollars 1965-70 contain 40% silver. At present, it's worth about $4.
If a dollar bill were printed in 1977, it would be worth $1.00 right now (in 2008). If a $20 bill were printed in 1977, it would be worth $20.00 right now (in… 2008). A candy bar that may have cost $0.05 in 1977 would cost around $0.75 now. But then, a candy bar isn't a dollar.
Eisenhower, not "Eisenhauer". Also not a half dollar or not 1970. Ike's picture was on $1 coins dated 1971-78. JFK's picture has been on the half dollar since 1964…. Please check again and post a new question.
Roughly $0.10 per dollar
Double check that date or denomination. There were no dollar coins released that year.
No such thing as a "Liberty Dollar" and no U.S. dollar coins dated 1970 exist. Eisenhower dollars were struck from 1971 to 1978. All of them that were released into circulatio…n do not contain any silver. Only Uncirculated, Proof or special 40% silver collector's coins of this series have more than face value.
About $4.50-$5 in silver scrap. They are 40% silver and generally sell only for scrap value regardless of their condition.
In 1970, one dollar was worth one dollar. Adjusted for inflation, one dollar in 1970 is just over $6 in 2014.