How much 1 dollars liberty egles?
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Please check your coin again. There can't be a 1932 Walking Liberty dollar for 2 reasons: (1) The walking liberty design was used on half dollars from 1916 to 1947 and wasn't used again until 1986, on 1-oz bullion coins. (2) No half dollars or dollars were minted in 1932 due to the Great Depression.
Not enough information. What date, what design, what mint mark? ALL U.S. coins have the word LIBERTY on them and many dollars coins also have a picture of Miss Liberty. In any case if it's dated 1971 or later it's only worth $1. Before that, please post a new question with enough details to ID the coin.
An 1882 US Dollar would be a Morgan Dollar. The walking Liberty design was used only on half dollars from 1916 to 1947 and on 1-oz silver bullion coins issued since 1986. The value could range from $9 for a well-worn coin to several hundred dollars for one in uncirculated condition. There's more information at the Related Question.
It depends on the year, mintmark and condition of the coin. There is no set "Liberty" dollar coins since all dollar coins prior to the introduction of the Eisenhower dollar in 1971 show a personification of Liberty. Their value depends greatly on the specifics of the coin and range anywhere from $1 (circulated common Eisenhower dollar) to $1 million+ (well-preserved flowing hair dollars, 1804 dollars)
There is no such coin. The Walking Liberty design was first used on half-dollars from 1916 to 1947, and in the 1980s was resurrected for the obverse of 1-oz. bullion coins bearing an artificial $1 denomination. Please check your coin again and post a new question with additional information so that it can be identified. Thanks!