What is a Thomas Jefferson 250th anniverary silver dollar worth?
The 1993 Proof Thomas Jefferson 250th Anniversary commemorative silver dollar was issued as proof & uncirculated. Both have the same retail value of $19.00.
Thomas Jefferson was the 3rd US President and his likeness has appeared on the Jefferson nickel since 1938. Thomas Jefferson also appears on the 2007 Thomas Jefferson Dollar coin in the Presidential Series. Thomas Jefferson also appears on the 1976 Thomas Jefferson Bicentennial Silver Medal. Thomas Jefferson also appears on the 1993 Thomas Jefferson 250th Anniversary Silver Dollar. Thomas Jefferson has also appeared on the US $2 bill since 1918.
There's no Thomas Jefferson $1 coin dated 2000. A 1-oz silver commemorative "dollar" was made in 1993. These sell for roughly the price of 1 oz of silver at current market prices, which change every day. A brass circulating dollar was minted in 2007. These are part of the Presidential Dollar series and are only worth $1. If that's what you have feel free to spend it.
Penny: Abraham Lincoln Nickel: Thomas Jefferson Dime: Franklin D. Roosevelt Quarter: George Washington Half dollar: John F. Kennedy Silver dollar: Dwight D. Eisenhower Modern dollar coin: George Washington through Chester A. Arthur (so far) $1 bill: George Washington $2 bill: Thomas Jefferson $5 bill: Abraham Lincoln $20 bill: Andrew Jackson $50 bill: Ulysses S. Grant Alexander Hamilton is on the $10 and Benjamin Franklin is on the $100, but neither were president.
If you have a genuine 1801 U.S. silver dollar, about 40 mm in diameter, it should be checked by a dealer or appraiser and certified. As of 05/2009 Numismedia quotes retail prices ranging from $1100 in very worn condition to over $26,000 if uncirculated. HOWEVER ... the market has been flooded with counterfeit early dollar pieces over the last decade or so, so you should be prepared to find out that the coin is not…
A silver dollar eucalyptus tree is an evergreen tree that is also known as the silver dollar gum. They are native to southeast Australia and grow quickly. "Silver dollar" is the name given to them in the US. They are variously known as the Silver-leaved Gum or Silver-leaved Mountain Gum in Australia.