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Eisenhower Dollars were first minted in 1971.

Perhaps you are thinking of a 1969 half dollar. 1969 was the last year that the Kennedy Half Dollars had silver. 1965-1969 Kennedy Half Dollars contain 40% silver.

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There is no such thing as a 1969 silver dollar. The last true silver dollars were the Peace Dollars minted last in 1935, and then the Eisenhower Dollar was struck in copper-nickel using the same dimensions as the previous silver dollars but wasn't struck till 1971.

The 1969 Kennedy half dollar is only 40% silver with a value about $3.25

The last silver half dollar was minted in 1969.

A 1969 silver Kennedy half dollar is worth $5 inn perfect condition. The value of the silver is worth $2.87.

I need to Know how much I have to pay for this coin? Dwight D Eisenhower value commemorative dollar 1890-1969? The only US Mint issued commemorative dollar coin for Eisenhower is dated 1890-1990. The obverse has a dual profile of him and was struck to mark the centennial of his birth. Average retail value is $25.00

No. Not a single US coin made the US mint is 100% silver. 1969 US half dollar are made of a 40% silver.

Yes, it is 40% silver. It has a silver value of around 4 dollars.

A US Kennedy half dollar dated 1969 is only 40% silver with a value of about $2.00.

No copper its copper nickel

in 1969 there were no silver dollars ...just nickel dollars...they are only worth face value.

There is no silver content in any general circulation British coin from 1947 onwards.

No silver dollars were minted in 1969 in the United States. The only coins still minted in silver at time were Kennedy half dollars with 40% silver content.

No such thing. Eisenhower dollars weren't introduced until 1971.

A 1969 half dollar is 40% silver. It is a common date only worth melt. At the time of writing it is worth about $3.50 in silver scrap.

About $2.00 for the silver in it (40%)

The last circulating silver U.S. coin was the 1969 half dollar.

6-15-11>>> 1969 Kennedy halves are only 40% silver and are very common, most are only valued for the silver, about $5.00

Halves dated 1965 to 1969 are only 40% silver. The rest is copper. Look at the edge.

No. The last year Canadian dollar coins contained silver was 1967. The were changed to pure nickel the following year.

1964 was the last year for 90% silver coins, the only US coin dated 1969 that had silver in it is a Kenndy half dollar at 40% silver with a value of about $1.00

The coin is 40% silver and has a value of about $2.25 just for the silver.

The coin is 40% silver and has a value of about $2.00 only for the silver.

Check that coin again. There were no US silver dollars minted that year.

The U.S. did not make any one dollar coins in 1969. Please look at the coin again and post new question.

The 1965-1969 Kennedy's are only 40% silver and the actual silver weight is .14792oz of pure silver.

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