No 1965 US silver dollars exist.
What country? There were no US silver dollars minted that year.
Value is for the silver about $2.50
The last silver certificates were dated 1957 and there are no US bills dated 1965. By 1965 the U.S. had stopped making coins from silver and discontinued the policy of redeeming silver certificates for metal.
No, the only intended for circulation denomination of US coins that were made out of silver after 1964 was the Kennedy half dollar which was 40% silver from 1965-1970.
What was the US dollar rate in 1965?
US coins were never made of solid silver because it's too soft. From 1965 to 1970 US halves were only 40 percent silver; the rest was copper.
There were no US silver dollars struck in 1970. Silver was removed from all circulating US coinage in 1965 and the Eisenhower dollar (which contained no silver but was the same size as the old silver dollars) wasn't first struck until 1971.
It is 90% silver and 10% copper like all US quarter, half-dollar, dimes and silver dollar coins before 1965.
US half dollars struck in 1964 and before are 90% silver, 1965 to 1970 are 40% silver, 1971 to date have no silver.
As of February 2018, it's worth about $2.50 for the silver.
There is 24 grams of silver in a 1891 US silver dollar.