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An American Silver Eagle coin's worth depends on the coin. Most proof versions are worth around $85 whereas and uncirculated versions are worth around $55-$100. Some issues are worth a large sum, such as the 1995-W proof, which is worth $3,500.

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A 1986 American Silver Eagle one ounce silver coin in uncirculated condition is worth about $20, if 1986S Proof, worth about $40.

The American Silver Eagle is a coin worth one dollar. It is an official bullion coin, meaning it is stored for its value and not traded in regular commerce. The coin is 99.9% silver, with an image of Walking Liberty on one face and the titular eagle on the other.

It is worth about 600singapore dollars to 1000singapore dollars

As of today the value is about $17.00 it's a bullion coin and the value is just for the silver. FYI it's called a Silver Eagle or American Silver Eagle coin

Sorry the coin does not exist. The American Silver Eagle Bullion coins were first struck in 1986. Look at the coin again and post new question.

If your asking about a American Silver Eagle $1 bullion coin the current value is about $30.00.

It would depend on what type of American Eagle coin it was. An American Eagle one ounce silver coin would be worth silver spot price, which is just over $21 a the time of writing, a one ounce American Eagle Gold coin would be worth gold spot which is just shy of $1300. The spot prices for metals can be found on websites such as Kitco or by simply typing in Gold (or silver) spot price in Google or another search engine.

Today it is worth around $20-$25 for a bullion Silver Eagle coin. This price can vary widely, however, based on numerous factors such as coin grade, condition, whether it is a proof coin, etc. provides some valuation information on American Silver Eagle Coins.

A Double Eagle is a $20.00 gold coin and no American Silver Eagle Bullion coins were made until 1986. Look at the coin again and post new question.

A 1 pound Silver Eagle is worth about $200.

The value of an uncirculated 1999 Silver American Eagle Littleton coin fluctuates based on the market for silver. However, a coin can be expected to have a value of about $40.

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

Check that coin again. The U.S. Silver Eagle wasn't introduced until 1986.

4-13-11>> Value is tied to the spot price of silver, about $40.00

If your referring to a 1989 American Silver Eagle coin, the value is based on the price of silver at time of sale. It should be about $15.00

Some American Eagle coins include Uncirculated Silver Eagle, Proof Silver Eagle and American Eagle Bullion coins. You can purchase these coins online from the Golden Eagle Coin website or from eBay.

July 26, 2009 Yes. Today, silver is worth $13.87. Also today, the 1987 proof American Silver Eagle is valued from $30 to $5000 depending upon the actual condition of the coin. So, as you can see the proof coin is valued far more than the silver in it.

what is a silver 1998 silver coin witha 5 and roses on one side and a doubleheaded eagle on the other worth

This coin has a eagle on one side and a double eagle on the other. On the side with the eagle head it has written American Eagle Bicentennial 1985 and on the side with the double eagle is written double eagle commemorative with stars and 200 years It appears to have a silver base with the eagle's done in gold. It is in a clear plastic case. Any ideas of worth?

If you mean a American Silver Eagle bullion coin dated 2005, it's value goes up & down with the spot price of silver. As of 3-23-11 the coin is worth about $33.00.

Sorry this isn't a American silver eagle. This is a Morgan silver dollar. The mintmark is located above the DO in DOLLAR on the back of the coin.

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