answersLogoWhite

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered 2010-01-17 16:16:59

It's a 1988 one-ounce Silver Eagle bullion coin and as of today is about $18.00

001
๐Ÿ™
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0
User Avatar

Your Answer

Related Questions



There are only about ten in the world I think, about a few million!


The 1988 Walking liberty is one ounce pure silver, so will always be valued by the price of silver. A quick check on eBay shows they are currently selling at about $20.00 USD, with the proof version of this coin selling for about double that amount. The price above the silver value will only be determined by what the collector is willing to pay.


Value is the price of silver at time of sale.


These are bullion coins containing 1 oz. of silver and are intended to be sold for their metal value rather than be spent. The current price of silver is about $14/oz.


spot price for the day you sell it....



It's not a SBA dollar it's a Silver Eagle Bullion coin and the value is about $17.00 just for the silver


The 1988 American silver dollar is worth a price close to $30 each. The exact price will depend upon the condition of the coin.


As of 21 July 2016, one 1oz Silver Eagle is worth just over $19.


The 1988-S proof Seoul Olympics silver dollar has a current retail value of $15.00


It's still worth one dollar.


3-30-11>>> Approximately $37.00, it's value is directly tied to the spot price of silver.


One ounce of silver is around $27.35 at the time of writing, it depends on the spot price of silver which changes daily, or even hourly.


It's still worth one dollar in Canada.


It's still worth one Canadian dollar.


The 1988 Seoul Olympiad proof silver dollar has the same weight and size of other silver dollars. Weight 26.73 grams, Diameter 38.1mm and contains .77344oz of pure silver.


There haven't been any real silver dollars minted since 1935, and no $1 coins were minted for circulation in 1988. Assuming you're talking about a 1988 1oz. Silver American Eagle Dollar, anyone who spent it made a big mistake because it's worth far more than $1. Please see the Related Question for more information.


It's worth exactly one dollar in Canada.


AnswerThere haven't been any real silver dollars minted since 1935, and no $1 coins were minted for circulation in 1988. Assuming you're talking about a 1988 1oz. Silver American Eagle Dollar, in uncirculated condition, it's worth a bit more than the current spot price of silver. Because that price changes every day you'll need to check a newspaper or a site such as kitco.com for current prices.



Look at the coin's edge. It's not silver, it's copper-nickel. All copper-nickel half dollars dated 1971 and later are only worth 50¢ if they're in circulated condition. Uncirculated, perhaps a dollar.


It's made of brass, not gold, and it's worth exactly one dollar in Canada.


it is worth 1000 dollars same as us




Copyright ยฉ 2021 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.