One Dollar and it's an Eisenhower dollar not a liberty dollar. Only proof and collector's coins are worth more.
The coin is a Eisenhower dollar (1971-1978) not a " Liberty Head" dollar. The coin is face value, unless it's proof coin.
1971-1978 US One Dollar coins are EISENHOWER dollars, not Liberty dollars. The coins struck for circulation are only face value only.
In 1971 the Eisenhower Dollar was being produced. Today an uncirculated coin would be valued at $14 - $4500 depending on the mint make and the condition of the coin.
50 cents. They are commonly found in pocket change and contain no silver.
1971-1978 US One Dollar coins are EISENHOWER dollars not Liberty dollars. The coins struck for circulation are face value only.
It's a Eisenhower dollar not a liberty dollar, if it came from a bank or you got in change spend it.
$1 to $4500 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.
It's still worth one dollar.
It would be UNBELIEVABLY special and unusual, because the last dollar coins bearing a picture of Miss Liberty were struck in 1935. The U.S. did not make any more dollar coins until 1971.
None of the Eisenhower dollar coins (1971-1978) made for general circulation have any silver or are worth more than face value.
With the date of 1971 it's a EISENHOWER DOLLAR not a Liberty dollar. Only the proof and uncirculated coins sold from the Mint have more than face value regardless of date.