It really depends upon the condition. You can get a coin book which will give you a ballpark estimate or go to a coin shop. Or go to online coin buy/sell sites and see what they are asking. Answer If it is a copper-nickel clad circulation strike, it's worth a dollar. If it is one of the silver proof or uncirculated coins with an S mint mark and still in the original government package, it is about $10.
It is most likely worth a dollar.
By 1972, Canadian dollars were made of pure nickel instead of silver. It's worth one Canadian dollar.
It's still worth one dollar.
This would be the 1972 Silver Eisenhower dollar variety from the San Francisco Mint. In uncirculated condition, it would be worth about $8 and if you have a Proof coin, it would be worth about $9.30.
Not silver, copper-nickel And either not JFK or not a dollar - JFK is on the half dollar, President Eisenhower was on the dollar coin in 1972. Either way, it's an ordinary circulation coin worth only face value.
For 1971 & 1972 only proof versions of this coin were struck in 40% silver and have values of about $6.00.
No half dollars intended for circulation minted since 1970 contain any silver. No 1972 half dollar has any silver. It is only worth 50 cents.
One dollar. Unless it is older than 1900 you won't get more than twenty dollars for a silver dollar. For example a 1972 silver dollar is worth $3-10 circulated. Unless it isn't circulated it is most likely worth $1.
Current retail value is $6.00
There is no silver in a 1972 US half dollar.
A 1972 Kennedy half dollar contains no silver and is worth 50 cents.
The coin is only face value, has no silver and is still in circulation.
Peace dollars were only struck from the end of 1921 until 1935. If your coin is dated 1972 it's an Eisenhower dollar and it's made of copper-nickel, not silver, and is only worth face value.
A 1972 Eisenhower dollar is just a big dollar, only proof & special collector's coins sold from the mint have more than face value.
It is only worth 50 cents, it contains no silver and is in common circulation.
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.
There's no silver in it, and it's worth one dollar.
The 1972 Eisenhower dollar has no silver in it and the gold plating don't do nothing for the value but it's still a dollar
By the 1970s, Canadian dollars (as well as half dollars, quarters, and dimes) were made of nickel, not silver. It's worth one dollar in Canada.
If you got it from a bank or in change it's just a dollar and it has no silver in it. Some collectors coins were struck in 40% silver but were not released for circulation.
They're still worth one dollar each.
If it was made from 1 US silver dollar and has all of the silver in the silver dollar still within the spoon, it is worth $22 in silver content.
If it's truly uncirculated, it could be worth $2-3.