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.
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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.