The price of silver varies from day to day. Today´s price for one gram of silver is about 0,88 dollar
spot price for the day you sell it....
in this day zero dollars
The intrinsic value of a 1951 Canadian silver dollar would be limited to the value of the silver it contains on the day of sale. However, a 1951 dollar in MS or fine condition can be worth as much as 500 dollars to a collector.
The U.S. Mint does not issue painted coins. The value of one which has been painted is based on the value of the silver in the coin which varies day to day.
Very common date, on a high silver value day, roughly $35.00
If the bearer can redeem the note into silver metal, I would guess it is worth the going price of silver on the day the bearer exchanges it or sells the metal.
When selling to a collector, depending on such factors as date, mint mark, condition, and accuracy of the striking, a silver dollar can be worth any where from $16.00 to over $50,000.00. When selling the coin based on weight and silver content, the coin is only worth the market value of silver on the day you sell the coin. Most U.S. silver dollars which were struck for circulation have a 90% silver content. Also, dollar coins made for circulation and dated 1971 or later are not silver. They're either copper-nickel or brass.
July 6, 1775 is the 187th day of the year 1775 in the Gregorian calendar. There are 178 days remaining until the end of this year. The day of the week is Thursday
19 April 1775 was a Wednesday.
13 October 1775 was a Friday.
December 17 1775 was a Sunday.
It is worth whatever silver price is (it changes day to day and even minute by minute) with a small premium if you are buying it (add $1 or $2 to the silver price) at the time of writing, it would be worth about $28 or so, but naturally will increase and decrease in price as silver does.
The first Canadian silver dollar was issued in 1935. It was issued by the Royal Canadian Mint to commemorate the silver jubilee of King George V. The voyager design used for the coin was used on the dollar until 1986 and then was replaced with a Loon in 1987 giving the modern day dollar coin the nickname Loonie.
August 24, 1775 fell on a Thursday.
The 18th of April 1775 fell on a Tuesday.
18 April 1775 April 18, 1775
What you have is actually a bullion piece sold for its metal content and not a coin intended to be spent. The $1 denomination is artificial. The price of silver changes every day. Type the words SPOT PRICE SILVER into Google or Ask.com for the most current values.
They will pay you whatever the price of silver is that day. They will treat it as scrap silver!
From a Perpetual US Calendar: November 10, 1775 was on Friday.
Unless it's a special minting (and in this case the silver content will appear on the coin), the actual silver content in gaming tokens nowadays is either zero or close to it. Gone is the day of the Silver Dollar :}
he earns a dollar a day
Its value will change every day along with the current price of silver. Check a newspaper or financial website for the current spot price, then add a few percent because you have the metal in the form of a coin. This is a bullion coin made for collectors and investors. It doesn't circulate, and the "dollar" denomination is artificial.
It was a Sunday.
You can track silver prices on the following website: http://www.silverpricetoday.org/. They are very useful. what is the current price of silver what is the fuchter silver price 04/08/2011 how is the day 04/08/2011 silver price try using google finance and look at the SLV ticker symbol. It isn't pure silver price it is an ETF of silver but will give you a good idea of the fluctuations of the silver market. TODAYS silver prices current price of silver bullion what is the price of sterling silver right now? How much is a Morgan silver dollar worth. how does a troy ounce compare to silver by the ounce how much is silver an ounce