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No liberty dollar have been made since 1873.
No, but there are "Walking Liberty" American Silver Eagle coins.
50¢. It's an ordinary circulation coin, and it's called a Kennedy half dollar. ALL U.S. coins bear the word "Liberty" and many older ones have a picture of Miss Liberty as well.
The UNC currently lists at $810 and the PROOF is at $1065 http://www.workingmancoins.com/Images/TWMRCLogo.jpg
The 1989 American Silver Eagles were issued as Proof and Uncirculated. Today the proof coin has an average market value of $25.00, uncirculated is $23.00.
The value of the 1989 $5 gold piece is about $135.
Current value is about $29.00 dollars.
A dollar in 1989 has the same buying power as 1.88 today. Or another way to look at it would be a dollar in 1989 would be worth approximately 53 cents today.
There is no such thing as a 1989 $1 Silver Certificate.
Please check the date again and post a new question. The US didn't mint any coins fitting that description. In particular, the last dollar depicting Miss Liberty was minted in 1935 and the New Orleans Mint (O mint mark) closed in 1909
The only gold Bicentennial of Congress coin minted is a Five dollar coin not a half dollar, it is valued at about $300.00.
Well, I recently came across one of these coins. Someone bou ght a beer at my store with it and advised me that I should buy it from my drawer. I have been researching it and it goes for about 25-76 dollars on ebay. So, a collector may very well be willing to give u more that just 14 dollars.
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It's worth exactly one dollar in Canada. It contains absolutely no gold.
Morgan dollars were made from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921.
When I sold mine, I sold it for 34.55 to an american
It can be worth about $35 - $50. It depends on the condition.
Most if not all of the 1989 Jerry Rice cards are worth less than one dollar.
dollar price to afghani in 1989
The British currency is the Pound Sterling (GBP). The British have never produced a Two Dollar coin.
Simple answer: Your 1989 silver dollar is a one ounce bullion coin made of pure silver, the value as of today (10-10-10) is $23.22NOTE: Precious Metals Spot Pricing changes by the minuteduring marketplace trading.
The coin is still in circulation and is face value.
This is a current issue circulation coin so it's worth face value in Canadian currency, or about 90 U.S. cents.
If by turning the coin left to right and the reverse is upside down on each turn, this is the way it should be. The 1989 Congress bicentennial Half Dollar was struck as Proof (S) and Uncirculated (D) and both have the same retail value of $9.00