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How much is an 1870 walking liberty dollar worth?

An 1870 US Dollar would be a Seated Liberty 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.There's more information at the Related Question.


What is walking liberty silver dollar worth?

Please look at the coin again. The only U.S. DOLLAR coin dated 1978 is an Eisenhower Dollar. The Walking Liberty design for the American Silver Eagle dollar coins was first issued in 1986. Please post new question with more information.


How much is an 1891 walking liberty dollar worth?

An 1891 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. There's more information at the Related Question.


What is a 1986 US liberty half dollar with a nation of immigrants on it worth?

A 1986 US Statue of Liberty half dollar coin with a "Nation of Immigrants" inscription is a commemorative coin and typically holds a value around its face value (50 cents) to collectors. Its worth may vary based on its condition and collector demand. We recommend checking with a coin dealer or online resources for current market prices.


How much is a 1943 silver American eagle worth?

American Silver Eagles were fist made in 1986, by the date (1943) you have a Liberty Walking Half dollar with a average value of $10.00


What is a1978 walking liberty silver dollar worth?

The value of a 1978 Walking Liberty silver dollar depends on its condition and whether it is proof or uncirculated. Generally, these coins can be worth anywhere from $10 to $50 or more. It's recommended to check with a coin dealer or research recent sales to get a more accurate estimate for the specific coin in question.


What is the value of the 1986 Liberty Walking dollar?

Its value depends on the current spot price of silver, which changes daily. It'll be worth a few percent more than the price of 1 oz.


Who designed the Walking Liberty coin?

The obverse and reverse sides of the Walking Liberty half dollar were both designed by sculptor Adolph A. Weinman in 1916. The obverse began to be re-used in 1986 for the American Silver Eagle dollar and is currently being minted. The reverse of the American Silver Eagle dollar was designed by sculptor and engraver John M. Mercanti in 1986.


How much is a walking liberty ten dollar gold worth?

The Walking Liberty design was used only on half dollars from 1916 to 1947 and on 1-oz silver bullion coins issued since 1986. Please check again post a new question with more details including the coin's date.


What is the value of a mint condition walking liberty dollar 1900?

There's no official US coin with that description. The Walking Liberty design was used on half dollars from 1916 to 1947 and on 1-ounce bullion coins minted since 1986. Any "1900 Walking Liberty" coin would almost certainly be a privately-made item and would require in-person checking to figure out what it's worth.


1986 walking liberty silver dollar?

No, first off there were no silver dollars made in 1906, secondly, any dollar coin showing the Walking Liberty design (which would be the American Silver Eagle series) wouldn't be minted first till the 1980s. Half Dollars bearing the Walking Liberty design lasted from 1916-1947 so the Walking Liberty design wouldn't even be designed until much later than 1906.


How much is an 1882 walking liberty dollar worth?

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.