The value is for the silver at $2.25 as of today.
Value is for the silver about $2.50
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.
Nothing, because there's no such thing. There were no silver dollars minted in the 1960s.
There were no US silver dollars struck in 1970. Silver was removed from all circulating US coinage in 1965 and the Eisenhower dollar (which contained no silver but was the same size as the old silver dollars) wasn't first struck until 1971.
There can't be a pure silver 1965 dollar. No silver dollars were minted after 1935, and in any case pure silver is too soft for circulating coins. They all contained at least 10% copper.
It's still worth about $2.50 for the silver, a 1965 is 40% silver but the paint adds nothing to the value unless someone wants it.
It's still worth about $6.00 for the silver, a 1965 is 40% silver but the plating adds nothing to the value unless someone wants it.
1965 to 1969 Kennedy half dollars were all struck in 40% silver and have a bullion value of about $2.00
No 1965 US silver dollars exist.
Blood for a Silver Dollar was created in 1965.
The 1965 Kennedy half dollar is a 40% silver coin (1965-1969) but so many were made only a very high grade uncirculated example is worth more than the silver in the coin. The silver value today is about $2.70