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Answered 2011-08-09 16:55:18

If you mean a American Silver Eagle dated 2000, it's one ounce of pure silver.

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About $15 right now. Price varies with the spot price of silver.A 2000 American Eagle Silver Dollar Bullion coin with a "W" or "S" mint mark in MS65 condition is worth: $18; if it carries a mint mark of "P," it is in proof state and is worth: $35.00.


I assume you mean the walking liberty half dollar (1916-1947). They contain .3617 ounce of silver. Just a bit more than 1/3 oz.



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