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2011-09-03 15:14:39
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A genuine 1795 dollar is silver, but it's not pure silver. The coin is a fake if it's not silver.


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The coin needs to be seen for an accurate value. As with most all early American coins the 1795 Draped Bust dollar has different varieties and is also known to been counterfeited. I strongly suggest sending it to one of the major professional grading services for authentication and grading, this gives you a solid value of the coin.

The only value is if there is silver in it, if not no collection value at all.

The value of a 1943 Canadian silver dollar is determined by its condition. They range from $9.00 all the way to $50.00.

its not all silver...... but on the silver content of most of them its not worth more than 50 cencts

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.

Please post a new and clearer question. A 50¢ coin is a HALF dollar. A silver dollar, like all dollars, is 100 cents.

This stuff has no numismatic value at all, but check eBay for values

With the date of 1980 the coin is a Susan B. Anthony Dollar, not a liberty dollar and none contain any silver and most all are face value.

Current value of the silver is $15.40. Regardless of date, all Peace dollars contain .77344oz of silver.

All silver certificates printed from 1928 to 1957 had blue seals. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1957 A US 1 dollar silver certificate?" for more information.

well that all depends on the year and condition it is in

All Peace dollars are 90% silver. The current silver value is $15.28. The collectible value depends on the the date, mintmark and condition of the coin.

About $16 or so for the silver scrap value. The coins are so common they have no numismatic premium. In such a set, the dollar, quarter and half-dollar are all 40% silver.

It's a Eisenhower Dollar and the value is $1.00 only special collector's coins has silver. All the coins released for circulation are copper nickel.

There can't be a pure silver 1965 dollar. No silver dollars were minted after 1935, and in any case pure silver is too soft for circulating coins. They all contained at least 10% copper.

It depends greatly on the year and condition. But all of them are worth at least a dollar or so over face.

Look at the coin again, no US dollar coins were made in 1936, 1935 was the last year.

The value of a silver dollar can fluctuate do a variety of different factors. The spot price of an ounce of silver is probably the biggest factor involved in a value change. Increased demand for a particular date or grade of any coin is also a factor. Excluding silver price, some silver dollars don't go up - or down - in value at all.

No such US coin was made.Silver dollars were produced until 1935 for circulation and production of silver dollar sized (but not actually made out of silver) dollar coins started in 1971.No US 1963 silver dollar was struck, either as a commemorative or for circulation.Check the country/date of your coin and post a new question.

It depends on the date, mintmark and condition. All silver dollars minted until 1935 are worth over $20 for the silver alone.

All Eisenhower Dollar coins struck for circulation have no silver and are face value only regardless of date or mint mark. Only collectors coins issued by the mint carry retail values over face value.

No Kennedy half dollar dated 1973 was struck in silver, all are copper-nickel coins. Unless it's a proof coin the value is 50 cents.

Starting in 1968, Canadian dimes, quarters, half dollars, and dollars were all made of nickel, not silver. It's worth one dollar in Canada.

A silver dollar with the national motto on it dated 1882 is actually called a MORGAN dollar, most all US coins have this motto somewhere on the coin. It's a very common coin with a retail value of $26.00-$32.00

The 1922 date makes this coin a Peace dollar. Miss Liberty appears on the obverse of all coins of this series. Extreme wear is likely to make it look like a bald headed man. Value is just for the silver, about $15.00 as of today. A silver dollar with a bald man would imply an Eisenhower dollar, but those were all minted in the 1970s.

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