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The coin is a Eisenhower dollar and has no silver in it.

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A 1978-D Eisenhower dollar has no silver in it and is only face value.


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No. The last year silver was used in circulating dollar coins was 1967.


No Eisenhower dollar coins (1971-1978) regardless of date or mintmark struck for circulation contain silver and have only face value.


There is no president on the only silver dollars intended for circulation. All the dollar coins containing silver for general circulation had an image of Liberty and were last minted in 1935. However, the Eisenhower dollar coin minted from 1971-1978 are the same size as the earlier silver dollar coins, but they ones intended for circulation contain absolutely no silver and should not be called silver dollars. These dollar coins minted from 1971-1978 contain a portrait of Dwight Eisenhower on them.


No such coin exists. Silver dollars were last minted for circulation in 1935, and the last silver dollar sized coin was the Eisenhower dollar of 1971-1978, there was no dollar coin minted in 1967.



The mintmark on a Eisenhower dollar (if it has one) is just above the date.


No Eisenhower dollar coins regardless of date or mintmark struck for circulation contain silver and have only face value.


The coin is a Eisenhower dollar and has no silver in it. Only proof and uncirculated coins from the mint have more than face value.


The coin is actually made of pure nickel, NOT silver, and it's still worth one Canadian dollar.


These coins are NOT rare and are worth face.


The US did not make any silver coins dated 1978, if the coin is a large size Eisenhower dollar its likely only face value unless its Proof or Uncirculated.


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1978 is the last year for the Eisenhower dollar. Only proof and very high grade uncirculated coins are worth more than 1 dollar. None of the coins contain any silver. People call them "Silver Dollars" just because of the size.


None at all. No Eisenhower Dollars that were issued for circulation (1971-1978) contain silver.


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No, silver dollars last minted for circulation were in 1935. No dollar coin would be minted until the Eisenhower Dollar (minted from 1971-1978) but circulation issues have no silver in them. The dollar coin was dramatically reduced in size from 1979 onwards with the advent of the Susan B Anthony dollar and later the Sacajawea dollar and the presidential dollar series.


No US president has been on a SILVER (1794-1935) one dollar coin, but if you mean a large one dollar coin dated from 1971 to 1978 made of copper-nickel, it's Dwight D. Eisenhower.


Silver Eagles are one ounce bullion coins that were first made in 1986, a one dollar coin dated 1972 is a Eisenhower dollar (1971-1978) and none of them made for circulation have any silver or any collectible value.