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No, there have been many US dollar coins struck before and after 1972. However, the US Mint did make a dollar coin in 1972 (it was the second year for the Eisenhower Dollar)

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Is a dollar coin made in 1972 still useable?

Yes, all US coins are legal tender including the Eisenhower dollars (1971-1978).


Half dollar 1972 with upsidedown eagle worth?

It's not up side down, just look at some of your pocket change all US coins are made that way.


How much are dollar coins worth?

If you mean all the one dollar coins made from 1971 to date, there just face value unless they are the collectors versions sold from the Mint, not the coins made for circulation.


What is a 1972 Kennedy dollar made of?

It's either not JFK or not a dollar. JFK is on the half dollar. President Eisenhower was on the dollar in 1972. Regardless, it's made of the same material as all other clad coins. It has outer layers of 25% nickel and 75% copper bonded to a core of 100% copper. If you have one in circulated condition, it is only worth face value.


What are the 1972 dollar coins worth?

The coin is a Eisenhower dollar and none of them released for circulation have silver. For 1971 & 1972 only, all S mint marked coins are 40% silver. Also if the coin is a high grade uncirculated example it may be worth up to $5.00.


What is the value of a 1972 susan b anthony dollar?

Please check again and post a new question. First, all 1972 $1 coins carry a picture of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. Anthony dollars were minted in 1979-81 and 1999. Please note that all circulating $1 coins dated 1972 were made of copper-nickel, not silver.


What is the value of a 1972 peace dollar?

This coin and the coins mentioned in the alternate wordings don't exist. President Dwight D. Eisenhower's picture appears on all U.S. dollar coins minted from 1971 to 1978.


1972 d Eisenhower pewter dollar?

The U.S. has not used pewter (or any of its metallic relatives) in coins for about 175 years. All current silver-colored coins are made out of copper-nickel. Assuming it's from circulation your coin is only worth face value.


Is US dollar made in US?

All U.S. coins and currency are produced in the United States.


What color are the new dollar coins?

Golden, but they're actually made of brass - no gold at all.


Which of the US coins have circumferences greater than 68 millimeter?

The quarter dollar, the half dollar and all dollar coins.


What is the value of a 1936 all silver dollar?

Look at the coin again, no US dollar coins were made in 1936, 1935 was the last year.


Can you spend 2 dollar bills and dollar coins?

You can spend 2 dollar bills and dollar coins all day long in the United States.


Is a 1972 one dollar coin with the eagle upside down on the back worth more?

No. All US dollar coins have the reverse side of the coin 180 degrees in rotation from the obverse side of the coin.


Are gold coins actually gold?

It depends on the coin. Things such as the Presidential Gold Dollar coins and Sacajawea dollar coins are made out of brass and not gold. However, historically the US has made coins out of gold however, all those gold coins were minted before the mid-1930s. There are also the Gold American Eagle coins which state the amount of ounces of gold on the reverse of the coin and they are still being minted and those are made out of real gold.


What is the value of a 1972 liberty dollar piece?

ALL U.S. coins carry the word LIBERTY. Dollars minted in 1972 are normally called Eisenhower dollars because they carry a portrait of President Dwight Eisenhower.


What is the one dollar coin with 1776-1976 made of?

All of thebicentennial one dollar coins made for general circulation are made from copper-nickel.They are made of copper and nickel.


What are all the different coins in US?

There are thousands of coins in the US, but if you mean circulation coins, there is the penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar, Native American dollar, and presidential dollar.


What is the 1976 Kennedy half dollar made of?

The bicentennial Kennedy half dollar is made of a copper-nickel alloy, special collectors coins were struck in 40% silver but they all have "S" mintmarks.


How much does a 1972 e pluribus unum gold one dollar coin worth?

All U.S. coins dated 1972 have the motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM. The only $1 coin minted that year is the Eisenhower dollar. None of the coins were struck in gold. It has been privately gold plated, and has no numismatic value. It's worth $1 unless you find someone that wants it.


Jill is trying to find all the different combinations of coins that will go into a dollar What is the least number of coins that are impossible to go into a dollar?

1 coin= $1 dollar piece 2 coins= 2 $0.50 pieces and so on. The least number of coins impossible to go into a dollar is 77 coins.


What is the value of a 1979 gold dollar coin?

All US $1 coins with that date were made of copper-nickel. A gold-colored one has been plated. Either way, it's only worth a dollar. All Canadian $1 coins with that date were made of a gold-colored metal called aureate nickel. Again, they're only worth a dollar.


What is the 1893 columbian exposition half dollar made of?

It is 90% silver and 10% copper like all US quarter, half-dollar, dimes and silver dollar coins before 1965.


What is the metal of 1972 US coin?

All US coins except the Lincoln cent are made from a copper nickel alloy.


Who is the president on a silver dollar?

The first president to appear on a circulating dollar coin was Dwight D. Eisenhower, on coins issued from 1971 to 1977. These were not silver coins, though. They were made of copper-nickel like dimes, quarters, and halves. Starting in 2007, the Presidential Dollar coins feature portraits of all non-living U.S. presidents in the order they served. Four coins will be released each year. It's expected that the series will end in 2016 or 2017. Again, these coins are not silver; they're made of the same gold-colored brass alloy used for all current $1 coins.