Saint Gaudens, High Relief, Roman Numerals, no motto 1907 is
worth upwards of $30,000
The answer to your question is NO. None of the one dollar coins that are "gold colored" contain any gold, they're made of brass. Neither coin is rare by any means.
None of these are rare.
An 1861 $20 dollar gold coin is extremely rare. In very good condition it is worth $10,000-$40,000. In "Uncirculated" with narrower wings (you will have to ask an expert on this) they can fetch up to $250,000.
That is a very rare coin, so values can fluctuate anywhere between $50,000 to $200,000 based on condition, and etc.
These aren't rare. Millions were made. They are only worth a dollar unless they are in complete uncirculated condition.
These are not rare and worth 1 dollar. None of these contain gold. A proof or uncirculated one would bring a little more.
1921 5 cent piece 1948 Silver Dollar 1991 quarter
gold has i high value in the human society because gold is precious, rare and everyone wants a piece of the beautiful rock
One dollar. It's brass, not gold. There are over 1 billion of them in circulation and they're not rare.
$1... They are not gold but struck in brass. It is not a rare coin at all and is only worth face value.
It isn't a rare coin, isn't struck in gold and is only worth $1.
$1. The presidential dollar coins are struck from brass, not gold and are not rare in the least.
700 dollars because 1967 was a rare year
About .50 cents. The 1974 Kenndy 50 cent piece is not a rare coin by any means...
A rare Morgan Silver Dollar is 1876.