i dont know what you question is about the silver dollar but i am asuming you would like to know a little about it. The bicentenial silver dollar was circulated in the year 1976 as an anniversary. It's value can range on the grade of the coin, however in good condition is worth about 5.00-7.00. In (ok) condition is worth about (1.50-4.00). I hope that will let you know a little bit more about the 1976 Bicentenial Silver Dollar.
It depends what it's made of...If it's from the San Francisco Mint and it's silver, it's probably worth at least $5.00. If it's from any other mint mark it's worth a dollar.
One dollar. Eisenhower dollars were struck from 1971-1978. None of the coins made for and released into circulation contain any silver and are just face value.
BICENTENNIAL, not "bicentenial" QUARTER, not "quater" 1776-1976, not just "1776" And only worth 25 cents. Billions were minted and many were saved as keepsakes.
None of the bicentennial dollars made for general circulation are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.
1935? Whose bicentennial was that?
No, 234,308,000 were struck at the Philadelphia Mint and will not have mintmarks.
With the exception of certain proof sets, they are only worth the face value of the coin.
Either a "wheat penny", silver dime, silver quarter, silver half dollar, half dollar, dollar, bicentenial quarter half-dollar dollar, error coin
None of the bicentennial dollars made for general circulation contain any silver or are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.
None of the Bicentennial half dollar coins made for general circulation contain any silver or are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.
Your Interarms Virginian Dragoon is valued at between 180-300 dollars depending on overall condition and a good bore.These were well made single actions,and is the basis for your Bicentenial.
Unless it is in mint packaging or has an "S" mintmark, it is only worth 50 cents. They are in common circulation.
$1000-1500 depending on the condition of the stock blueing and action.
At today's rate, it is worth $43.40.
For the bicentennial Eisenhower dollar coins, only some of the "S" mint-marked coins contain any silver, and that is just 40%. None were released onto circulation. Please post new question with information about the mintmarks. It makes a difference in the value.
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There were 1.7 billion bicentennial quarters minted, and they're still worth 25 cents each. The only ones worth more are the silver and proof varieties.
None of the Bicentennial (please note spelling) coins regardless of denomination or mintmark struck for general circulation are worth more than face value, especially if you got it from a bank or in change. Only Proof & collectors coins sold from the Mint have more than face value.
The Liberty Dollar is worth One Dollar!
The Canadian Dollar is worth the most.
It's worth one dollar.