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It's a Silver Eagle not a Liberty coin no US coin is called a Liberty.

The coin is made from one ounce of silver and the value is whatever the spot price of silver is at time of sale. The value as of 8-28-11 is $41.50.

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The coin is actually a "Statue of Liberty Centennial" silver dollar and is very common with a current retail value of $33.00.


The 1986 Statue of Liberty silver dollar contains 0.77 ounce of silver. Multiply the value of an ounce of silver by .77 and you will get an approximate value of the silver dollar. (At a silver price of $24.60, the coin would be worth about $18.94)


The first Walking Liberty bullion dollars were dated 1986.


It is worth $35 if proof. Circulated is the silver face value,$13.


If you mean the statue of Liberty centennial dollar dated 1986, retail value is $5.00


It's a Silver Eagle not a Liberty coin no US coin is called a Liberty. The coin is made from one ounce of silver and the value is whatever the spot price of silver is at time of sale. The value now is $26.83.


The coin is actually a "Statue of Liberty Centennial" silver dollar and is very common with a current retail value of $26.00.


It's a Silver Eagle not a Lady Liberty coin no US coin is called a Liberty or Lady Liberty. The coin is made from one ounce of silver and the value is whatever the spot price of silver is at time of sale. The value now is $18.15.


It's a Silver Eagle not a Walking Liberty. The coin is made from one ounce of silver and the value is whatever the spot price of silver is at time of sale. The value now is $18.25.


Hi I have also been trying to find the value of these coins because I have a 1986 Liberty Trade Silver coin. Ive done the research and these coins were privately manufactured so they are really only worth the silver value of these coins, and the print on them does not contribute at all to their value.



Assuming you are referring to an 1886 Morgan Silver dollar the answer is no. But their is a 1986 Statue of Liberty Centennial silver dollar.


Depending on its exact grade, a proof 1986 "dollar" (actually a bullion piece sold for its silver content) is worth about $35.If it's an uncirculated coin but not a proof it's basically worth its silver value of around $13.


If you mean a 1986 Statue of Liberty Centennial half dollar? This coin was struck in copper-nickel not silver. The Denver Mint coin is uncirculated and the San Francisco Mint coin is proof. Both have the same retail value of $6.00. A 1986 Kennedy half dollar is just 50 cents.


The 1986 Statue of Liberty Centennial half dollar is a copper-nickel clad coin. Current retail value is $4.00.



The coin is actually a "Statue of Liberty Centennial" half dollar. None were struck in silver it is a clad coin. It was issued as Proof and Uncirculated and both are very common with the same average retail value of $5.00.


Its value depends on the current spot price of silver, which changes daily. It'll be worth a few percent more than the price of 1 oz.


The 1986 Statue of Liberty Centennial half dollar is a copper-nickel clad coin. Current retail value is $4.00.


It's value is only for the silver unless you find someone that wants it. Current spot price of silver is $19.99 per ounce. So 10 X $19.99 = $199.90. This is the approximated value of the piece.


A $1 Dollar Silver Eagle is .9993 silver & .0007 copper. yes.


8-10-11>>> The set is actually a "Statue of Liberty Centennial" silver coin set. It was issued as Proof and Uncirculated and both sets are very common with the same average retail value of $35.00.


The value is about $255.00 for the gold in it.


The coin is the 1986 Statue of Liberty Centennial dollar, it's 90% silver and 10% copper.



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