The Latin phrase E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is the national motto, NOT a type of coin. This coin is a Eisenhower dollar and will likely be worth the same in 2017 as it is today, one dollar.
The coin is a 1922 Peace dollar not an E PLURIBUS UNUM coin, circulated coins have retail values of $16.00-$20.00.
THE MOTTO E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all modern US coins an IS NOT A TYPE COIN you have a SBA dollar coin that is still in circulation today.
"E Pluribus Unum" is Latin for "Of many, one"
No U.S. one dollar coins were struck in 1832.
The Latin phrase E-Pluribus-Unum is a national motto, Latin for "Out of Many,One."
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Roughly translated E Pluribus Unum means, "out of many, one.
That's just a bicentennial dollar, and it's worth one dollar.
2000 was the first year for Sacagawea dollar coins, and they're still worth one dollar.
It is a Sacajawea dollar coin worth $1 dollar.NOTE: The motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is NOT used to identify any US coin
E Pluribus Unum roughly translates to "Out of many, one"
Latin. The phrase means One from many. E=from, out of. Pluribus=many. Unum=one.
PHRASE, not "phase"E Pluribus Unum, not "pluribus unum"The words mean "Out of many, one" and appear on ALL American coins.
The phrase "E pluribus unum" does nothing to describe the coin, because it's found on most US coins. That said, a 2011 US dollar coin is worth exactly one dollar.
E Pluribus Unum - out of many, one
E pluribus Unum is translated "From many, One" and is one of the mottos of the United States.
E pluribus unum = one from many It's a national motto of the United States.
If the date says 1776-1976, then it's a bicentennial dollar coin and it's still worth one dollar.
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E Pluribus Unum is Latin for "out of many, one."
The Latin phrase E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is the national motto, NOT a type of coin. This coin is a Eisenhower dollar (1971-1978) none of the coins made for and released into circulation contain any silver and are just face value.
One out of many.