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Two silver dollar designs were issued in 1921. The first was the Morgan dollar which has a value of $24 to $40,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin. The second issue was the Peace dollar and it has a value of $90 to $65,000 depending upon the condition of the coin.

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August 25, 2017. Current value $350 to $390.



As of 26 October 2017, the melt value for a Peace silver dollar is $13.13.


Gold plating a coin does not add to the numismatic value of it. Any additional value would be seen only in the value of the added metals.



1922 is the most common date for Peace dollars and one can easily be found for around $20.


Uncirculated: $20 to $115 depending upon the condition of the coin.


1967 was the last year Canadian dollars were made of silver. As of June 2017, one is worth at least $11.


As of July 2017, it's worth about $1.20 for the silver.


As of November 1, 2017 silver value is $17.07 in USD.


Silver prices vary day to day. Today 28 Dec 2017, a 1964 or earlier dime contains $1.2181 in silver. The value of the coin itself will vary greatly depending on condition, year and mint mark.


As of 6 December 2017, the price is down to $15.92 per ounce.



As of May 2017, it's worth just under $3.


1879 U.S. Morgan silver dollars have a bullion value of about $13 today, August 25, 2017. According to PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) an 1879 Morgan dollar in circulated condition has a value of about $27 to $8000. In uncirculated condition it has a value ranging from $55 to $120,000. These values depend upon which mint issued it and the condition of the coin. There are also different varieties of design found on these coins which can also affect their value. If you have a Morgan dollar and wish to know its value I would suggest taking it to a coin dealer or two and get an estimate.


1964 is an extremely common date for US half dollars. As of August 2017, one is worth $6-and-change for the silver.


The spot price of silver and other precious metals changes by the minute when the market is open. Values for silver change everyday. So far today, it's $15.91 per troy oz.


As of November 2017 it converts to $1.57 in US dollars. There is no additional collector value.


In average circulated condition it is worth about $3 - $7. In uncirculated mint state it could bring about $25-$40. Proof coins command higher values.


Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question. It's either not JFK, not a dollar, or not a centennial commemorative:JFK has never been on a $1 coinHe was born in 1917 so his centennial won't be until 2017You may have a Bicentennial HALF dollar (1776-1976) issued for the 200th anniversary of the US, not to honor JFK. If so please see the Related Question.


The Latin phrase E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is the national motto, NOT a type of coin. This coin is a Eisenhower dollar and will likely be worth the same in 2017 as it is today, one dollar.


Over the course of 2017, the spot price of silver has generally hovered at around $17 per ounce, with a peak high of $18.55 back in April, and a low of $15.68 in July.


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They were 40% silver. 4.93 grams of silver. At today's silver price, that is about $3.18 worth of silver (prices change daily)


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