There was no US silver dollar minted in 1950. If you mean a half dollar, it would be worth at least its value in silver which as of writing is about $7.70 but it would be worth more in better condition. As with all old coins, cleaning harms the value.
It is worth about $35-$50 in good to mint condition.
In 1950, one dollar was worth one dollar. Adjusted for inflation, one dollar in 1950 is just under $10 in 2014.
It's a common coin, currently worth about $11 for the silver.
No US dollar coins were made in 1950
It depends on the condition and the mint mark. In silver value it is worth about $10.
I have a canadian 1950 bollar Georgivs vi dei gratia rex how much is it worth?
All Franklin halves are common. A circulated 1950 issue, depending on the grade is $17.00-$20.00.
For most of the dates and mintmarks in the 1950's, a circulated half dollar coin will be worth little more than the value of the silver (which is, as of January 14, 2010, about $6.75).
The value of a 1950 Canadian silver dollar depends on its condition. You can expect to fetch between 13 and 150 US dollars for such a coin at auction.
There were no silver dollars minted in 1950. The Franklin half dollar has the Liberty Bell on the reverse, The "6" above the bell must have been added after the coin left the mint. The "6' reduces the value of the coin to the value of the silver in it.
It's worth more for the silver (about $2.00) than the buying power in 1950.
A circulated 1950 D one-hundred dollar bill is worth about $140. If the bill was not in circulation, it can have a value of about $175.
Look at the coin again and post a new question. No US dollar coins are dated 1950. Also no circulating US coin was ever made of pure silver, all were 90% silver and 10% copper.
They have a silver melt value of a round $5.
No. US one dollar bills were not made in 1950.
One dollar today is equal to about twelve cents in 1950. In other words, one 1950's dollar would buy as much as $8.33 will today.
about $2.40 for the silver content. The rest would depend on condition.
The 1950 Canadian dime is 80% silver currently worth about $1.60 USD
99% of the time a 1950 $10 bill is just worth $10. If it is an error, star note, or in perfect condition it could be worth more.
No US silver dollars were minted after 1935. Please check your coin and post a new question.
About $6 or so in scrap silver. It is 90% silver and it is a common date.
What is a 1950 one hundred dollar bill without "In God We Trust" worth?
No, they do not contain any silver. Only nickels made from 1942 until 1945 contain silver.
Please turn the coin over and check the denomination on the back. You'll find it's a half dollar. The U.S. did not mint any $1 coins in 1950.
None of them. 1950-series $10 bills remain common among collectors. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1950 US 10 dollar bill?".