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That's NOT the Statue of Liberty, because the statue wasn't built until 1886. What you have is a Morgan silver dollar. If the date is so worn that you can't determine the last number, then based on that condition, the coin's value is only for the silver content. As of 23 January 2013, it's worth about $25.

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Assuming you are referring to an 1886 Morgan Silver dollar the answer is no. But their is a 1986 Statue of Liberty Centennial silver dollar.


Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..."


If you mean the statue of Liberty centennial dollar dated 1986, retail value is $5.00


The 1986 Statue of Liberty silver dollar contains 0.77 ounce of silver. Multiply the value of an ounce of silver by .77 and you will get an approximate value of the silver dollar. (At a silver price of $24.60, the coin would be worth about $18.94)


It is a stylized portrait of Miss Liberty. Compare to the face of the Statue of Liberty.


The coin is actually a "Statue of Liberty Centennial" silver dollar and is very common with a current retail value of $33.00.


Uh, the "girl" is Miss Liberty - as in "Statue of..." !!


No, but there are "Walking Liberty" American Silver Eagle coins.


The coin is the 1986 Statue of Liberty Centennial dollar, it's 90% silver and 10% copper.



Sorry, no U.S. Mint issue coins exist with the dual date of 1886-1986. The only U.S. one dollar coins that are dated 1986 are a Statue of Liberty Centennial coin and the 1986 American Silver Eagle bullion coin. The only halves dated 1986 are a Kennedy and the Statue of Liberty Centennial half.


Uh, the "Liberty woman" is Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..." Please see the Related Question for more information.


The coin is actually a "Statue of Liberty Centennial" silver dollar and is very common with a current retail value of $26.00.


All silver dollars issued from 1794 to 1935 carry a picture of Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..."



If you go by the strict definition of "Liberty dollar" (i.e. a silver dollar made from 1794 to 1935) the answer is yes - these coins are 90% silver and 10% copper. But many people mistakenly call newer $1 coins "Liberty dollars" because they either have the word Liberty or a picture of the Statue of Liberty on them. These coins are either copper-nickel or brass, but not silver.


The 1935 Liberty silver dollar is also known as the peace silver dollar. The value od a circulated 1935 liberty silver dollar is approximately $36 depending upon condition.


A 1992 American Eagle Bullion Silver Dollar in MS65 condition is worth: $24.00.


A real silver dollar has "Miss Liberty" on it.


All silver dollars (1794 to 1935) had various depictions of the American Eagle. Modern (non-silver) dollar coins have several different designs: Eisenhower, Anthony, and 2000-2008 Sacagawea dollars also have an eagle 2009 and later Sacagawea dollars will have various Native American designs. Presidential dollars have the Statue of Liberty.


The coin is actually a "Statue of Liberty Centennial" half dollar. None were struck in silver it is a clad coin. It was issued as Proof and Uncirculated and both are very common with the same average retail value of $5.00.


If you mean a American Silver Eagle dated 2000, it's one ounce of pure silver.


The value is only for the silver in the coin as of today(11-21-09) silver is $18.51 per ounce. Also please note: The coin is a American Silver Eagle not a walking liberty silver dollar.


The woman is the Statue of LibertyWell, yes and no...All US silver dollars minted up till 1935 carry a picture of Miss Liberty, but they don't have a copy of the particular image used on the statue itself. In fact, the image used on Morgan dollars was created about 8 years before the Statue of Liberty was constructed so it can't be a copy. It's somewhat of an artistic coincidence but not surprising because it's in a common style of the time. Also many top-quality artists communicated with each other so there was almost certainly some idea-sharing.Modern silver bullion coins also carry a picture of Miss Liberty. The Native American "golden" (brass) dollar coins carry an interpretive picture of Sacajawea, and the Presidential dollar series all have the Statue of Liberty on the reverse side.


The coin is not a silver liberty dollar. It's a 1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollar coin and has no silver in it and the value is one dollar.



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