A US half dollar with a date of 1983 is a Kennedy half dollar not a liberty half dollar.The coin has no silver and most are only face value.
there is no year on the coin
No. The Walking Liberty design was originally used for half dollars from 1916 until 1947. It was later used on the Silver Eagle bullion round starting in 1986. There were no US dollar coins minted in 1983.
In 1980 Liberty Lobby, a conservitive organization, decided to mint silver coins for their members. This was the year that high inflation and high unemployment caused many people to speculate that a second great depression was inevitable. In 1983 a Liberty Lobby Silver Eagle, one troy once of .999 fine silver, sold for $13.00. These purchased coins came with a guarrantee of a $9.00 redemption buy back if returned in mint condition regardless of the price spot silver.
It is worth the price of silver, which at the moment is $27.35 per troy ounce. The price of silver fluctuates very rapidly however and may change value daily or even hourly.
Canada stopped using silver in circulating coinage in the late 1960s, so a 1983 dollar coin is worth one dollar.
Not as much as when they were bought by my father.
No such thing. The US didn't mint any dollar coins that year.
Current retail value is $24.00
Mint condition around $50.00
The US didn't issue circulating dollar coins in 1983. Is it a commemorative coin or maybe a bullion piece? Please post a new, separate question with that information.
The values vary depending upon the condition of the coins. I suggest you take them to a coin shop and have them appraised.
Please check again and post a new question. The last $1 silver certificates were dated 1957 and no $1 bills were printed with a 1983 date.
It's not silver, just copper-nickel. Spend it.
Please check your coin again. The US didn't make dollar coins in 1983 and the New Orleans Mint closed in 1909. If you meant 1893, please check out the Related Question.
It's just 50 cents and the coin has no silver in it.
Dennis Conner skippered Liberty in the 1983 America's Cup.
The only commemorative dollar struck that year is a 1983 Los Angeles Olympiad "Discus Thrower" coin. A proof "S" mintmark coin in the grade of PF-69 has a current market value of $35.00.
A New Zealand 1983 (silver) One Dollar coin (Commemorative - Royal Visit Charles and Diana), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $10 NZD. There were 40,000 minted. A New Zealand 1983 (silver) One Dollar coin (Commemorative - Royal Visit Charles and Diana)(Proof), uncirculated and in absolute mint condition could fetch up to $40 NZD. There were 17,000 minted. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
A New Zealand 1983 One Dollar coin (Proof in silver)(Royal Visit), in absolute mint condition and packaging, could fetch up to $40.00 NZD. There were 17,000 minted. A New Zealand 1983 One Dollar coin (Proof in silver)(50th Anniversary), in absolute mint condition and packaging, could fetch up to $30.00 NZD. There were 17,000 minted. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation.
Liberty Belle - film - was created in 1983.
Coach Bryant's last game was the Liberty Bowl in the 1982 season, not 1983.
No US dollar coins were minted in 1983.
What country and what design? The U.S. did not issue circulating dollar coins in 1983. Is it a commemorative coin or maybe a bullion piece?Your best bet is to post a new question with that information, so it shows up in the "needs answers" list.