Flipped Printing? What do you mean? Please ask another question with more exact details about your coin. All U.S. coins have the reverse side rotated 180 degrees from the obverse (front) side. The only cases that are valuable occur when the design is rotated a different amount (or not rotated at all). These are considered to be error coins and their value depends on the extent by which the rotation differs from 180 degrees.
how muchis a 1875 silver dollar worth
There's no silver in it, and it's worth one dollar.
If it was made from 1 US silver dollar and has all of the silver in the silver dollar still within the spoon, it is worth $22 in silver content.
how much is a 1924 silver dollar worth
1896 silver dollar is worth how much?
It depends greatly on the year, early silver dollar proof dollars can be worth several thousand dollars, modern silver dollar proofs of common dates might be worth $20 or so for silver scrap.
The 1999 silver dollar is worth $49.00
A Washington silver dollar, believe it or not.
how much is a 1799 silver dollar worth
what is a 1976-1996 silver dollar worth
One dollar, and it's not silver.
The James Madison Presidential dollar is made of brass, not silver, and is worth one dollar.
A 1921 Morgan dollar is worth about $25.00
It's still worth one dollar.
That depends. If it is a regular dollar made for circulation it contains no silver and is worth face value. But if it's a collectors silver dollar in witch case it should say something like .999 silver then its worth its weight in silver, value changes with the silver market.
Kennedy is on the HALF dollar, not dollar. There were no U.S. silver dollars minted in the 1960s. The '64 Kennedy half is 90% silver and extremely common, currently worth about $10.50 for the silver.
It's not silver, no SBA dollar was struck in silver. The coin is still in circulation and only a dollar.
It's made of nickel, not silver, and realistically is still worth one dollar.
1881 E Pluribus Unum silver dollar worth.