There was no silver dollar minted in the U.S. in 1958.
do you know how much money a silver 1872 dollar coin is and a 1922 silver dollar coin
Check that coin again. There were no U.S. silver dollars minted in the 1950s.
All I want to know is how much does the 1858-1958 canadian silver dollar british columbia edition coin cost
The coin is a Susan B. Anthony dollar and has no silver in it, it's just a dollar coin.
Please look at the coin again and post a new question. No U.S. "Silver dollars" were made after 1935.
The coin is not a silver liberty dollar. It's a 1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollar coin and has no silver in it and the value is one dollar.
There are .3617 troy ounces of silver in a 1958 Franklin half dollar.
Approximately how much is a 1929 silver dollar
It's a Half Dollar NOT a dollar coin. The coin weighs 12.50 grams and contains .36169oz of pure silver.
It's not silver, no SBA dollar was struck in silver. The coin is still in circulation and only a dollar.
The coin has .77344oz of pure silver.
The US $1 dollar coin dated 1979 has no silver in it, they are still in circulation if this coin is from pocket change spend it.
11.25 grams of silver.
A silver dollar weighs a little less than an ounce.
Please look at the coin again. The first U.S. silver dollar was struck in 1794.
If the coin has any wear the value is for the silver about $12.00
The coin is actually an American Silver Eagle bullion coin that is made from one oune of .999 pure silver.
There is only 1 silver coin, the 40% Kennedy half dollar which contains 4.6 grams of pure silver.
There are 0.7734 troy ounces of silver in a Morgan silver dollar. The coin is 90% silver (the balance is copper), so the coin actually weighs 0.85933 troy ounces (or 26.72825 grams).
Sorry no silver in this coin and it has only face value.
It worth 1.1 Oz. of silver.
It's a half dollar not a dollar. The coin is very common, most are only valued for the silver, about $12.00
It's not a U.S. "Silver Dollar". The U.S. did not exist in 1775 and the first dollar coin was struck in 1794.
No US dollar coin is dated 1975, look at the coin again and post new question.
It's a Walking Liberty half dollar with a value of about $12.00. The coin is very common.
The U.S. made no dollar coins in 1990.
It's still worth one dollar.
1979 makes it a Susan B. Anthony dollar, which contains no silver, and is worth one dollar.
Check that coin again. The U.S. didn't mint any dollar coins that year.
In order to give an estimated value for a coin, it is necessary to know the denomination of the coin. [For example: one dollar, half dollar, quarter dollar etc.]
The coin is only 40% silver and has a value of $2.73 only the 1964 Kennedy half dollar was 90% silver.
7-4-11>>> The coin is actually an American Silver Eagle bullion coin that is made from one ounce of .999 pure silver.
A silver certificate is paper currency. It is not a coin. No silver dollars were minted in 1943, and no silver certificates were printed with that date either.
3.10 More: The value of this coin fluctuates based on the price of silver as 40% of this coin is composed of Silver. If the coin is circulated, it is pretty much worth it's weight in silver. As of 09/2010, the price of silver and of this coin is $3.22.
In 1993 the Republic of Liberia issued a Nolan Ryan 10 dollar silver proof coin. The value of this coin is about $15.
Current retail values for this coin are $15.00 for the uncirculated coin and $20.00 for the proof coin
It's a 1988 one-ounce Silver Eagle bullion coin and as of today is about $18.00
No U.S. One Dollar coins dated 1776 exist. The first U.S. silver dollar made is dated 1794. If the coin has a duel date of 1776/1976 it is a bicentennial Eisenhower dollar that contains no silver and is only face value.
The first US silver dollars were minted in 1794. No country minted a coin called a silver dollar in the 1600s. Please check again and post a new question with more details.
The coin is an Eisenhower dollar, not a Liberty dollar. Only a proof "S" mintmarked coin would have any silver and that's just 40%. None of the coins issued for circulation contain silver. People call them silver dollars just because of the size. Unless it's a proof coin, just spend it.
Can you please supply to me the type of Silver Dollar you have and its mint state. You must be in possession of a commemorative coin.
The U.S. did not produce a $10 gold coin dated 1958. The last year was 1933. Look at the coin again and post new question.
This coin is 40% silver. Too bad it is not from 64 or earlier, as those were 90% silver. It is worth a dollar or two.
The coin has 40% silver in it or .3161oz of pure silver.
It depends on the type of the coin, is it a dollar? a quarter? a dime? a half-dollar? Without knowing that it is impossible to even remotely guess on how much it is worth.
Check that coin again. There were no US silver dollars minted after 1935.
Check that coin again. There were no US silver dollars minted that year.
Although it has an Eagle on the reverse, the coin is not a Eagle coin, it's an 1885 Morgan dollar worth from $23.00-$30.00