What is the actual size of a silver dollar?
Value: 1 U.S. dollar Mass: 8.100 g (0.260 troy oz) Diameter: 26.5 mm (1.043 in) Thickness: 2.00 mm (0.079 in) Edge: Plain w/ incused inscriptions Composition: 88.5% Cu
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\n Answer \n. \nActually, It probably isn't worth US $10. Maybe $8 to a coin dealer. I'm guessing it is probably one of the non-circulating "commemorative" coins from t…he Marshall Islands. If it is, then it is legal tender and can be exchanged for US $10, but only at their central bank and one person may only exchange a certain amount each day, so it might cost you a thousand to get your ten. And it is a copper-nickel alloy, not silver. There are hundreds of these commemoratives and most of them are valued about $12-$13 in World Coins if they have never been handled. But it could be from a couple of other places too. Mexico, for instance, uses the dollar sign on some peso currency, but I don't think there is a ten peso coin with it. If there is, the exchange rate would probably be about 2 cents.\n. \n Or it could be... \n. \nIf it is a privately-issued American Liberty Dollar, it is one ounce of .999 fine silver, which contains about $13 worth of silver as of May, 2007. The collectible value may be greater, although most numismatists will treat it as a simple "silver round" (one ounce of silver in a round shape).
Maybe what's making holes in your lawn the size of a silver dollar are bugs or something like that. Just fill them with fresh dirt and put grass seeds in it. If it doesn't wor…k just call someone who is specialised in those kind of things. They could really help you! Squirrels and birds when digging for nuts and worms usually make small holes like that. Or it could be gophers and moles.
The size of a silver dollar, minted by the US Mint is: diameter: 38.1mm; weight is: 26.73 grams.
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No, nor is there a NICKEL the size of a silver dollar. You have either a fantasy piece, a novelty item, or possibly a bullion piece. The first two are worth a buck or so, b…ut if your "coin" has something like "1 oz fine silver" on the back it's a precious metal piece worth about $17 at June 2008 prices.
All Kennedy halves are 30.6 mm in diameter. The weight depends on the year and metal composition 1964 (90% silver) = 12.5 gm 1965-69 (40% silver) = 11.5 gm 1971-pr…esent (copper-nickel) = 11.3 gm
The 1972 Eisenhower Dollar is 38.1 mm in diameter and weighs 24.59 grams.
From 1794 to 1935, US silver dollar coins were made of an alloy of 90% silver and 10% copper. The last circulating silver $1 coins were made in 1935, although others have b…een struck since then either as experimental pieces or as special coins minted for sale to collectors and investors. Popular myth and Internet rumors to the contrary, modern $1 coins have no silver at all. Those minted from 1971 to 1981 and in 1999 are copper-nickel. The new "golden" dollars are actually brass.
The mint mark is under the date, and there is no silver in the coin actually the d is above the year.
It's not real. It's a novelty item that sells for a couple of bucks in stores. I have a big one that I use in my office as a coaster.
All Morgan dollars have a diameter of 38.1mm, thickness is 2.4mm.
The 1879 Morgan dollar has a diameter of 38.1mm, thickness is 2.4mm.
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Please! Much more information is needed. A date and mintmark?
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Peace silver dollar specifications: .77344 troy ounces, 38.1mm diameter. .
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In Coins and Paper Money
Nothing. Cruise ships can not make money so what you have is a collectable. If there is a secondary market for it you need to go to the antique books or collectable books to f…ind a value. You could try ebay to see if any are up for sale and the prices they are sold for in the site.
In US Coins
1888 makes it a Morgan silver dollar, which has a weight of 26.73 grams and a diameter of 38.1 mm. A heavily worn specimen might weigh slightly less.