1971 Eisenhower Dollar; with no mint mark, extra fine condition-$1.50, uncirculated-$3.50 with D mint mark, extra fine condition-$1.50, uncirculated-$2.50 with S mint mark, uncirculated-$6.50, proof-$7.00
I assume you're referring to an Eisenhower dollar. If so, it's not silver. Check the edge - it's made of the same copper/nickel "sandwich" metal as dimes and quarters. So unless your coin is a proof coin in its original package, it's only worth face value.
The value of the coin, of course, depends on the value of silver at the time of sale/determination. The 1971-S (out of the San Francisco Mint), is 40% silver, as opposed to the aforementioned "copper/nickel 'sandwich'," which means the value is much higher than those from other mints.
What is the value of a 1971 eisenhower u s proof dollar in a brown box with a gold color u s seal on box?
It's still worth one dollar.
The 1971 Eisenhower proof dollar is valued from about $10 to $65 depending upon the quality of the coin.
These sell online for $3-4.
In decent condition, $10.
All Eisenhower dollar coins struck for circulation have only face value, just the proof and special collectors coins sold from the mint hold higher value.
Eisenhower Dollars made for circulation only have face value and has no silver.
With the date of 1971 it's a EISENHOWER DOLLAR not a Liberty dollar. Only the proof and uncirculated coins sold from the Mint have more than face value regardless of date.
Depending on the condition, an Eisenhower uncirculated dollar as a value between $10.00 and $20.00, of 2014. The 1971 S Silver Proof is worth the most.
1 dollar, but I have seen flea market dealers trying to get $3.
No such coin. Kennedy is only on the half dollars. Starting In 1971, the dollar coins are Eisenhower dollars. The coin is just face value.
An Eisenhower Dollar was minted by the US Mint from 1971 through 1978. If you can provide the date, mint mark, and its mint state I will be able to relay its value.
Average retail price is $12.00. The coin is 40% silver.
No such thing. Eisenhower dollars weren't introduced until 1971.
1971 was the first year for Eisenhower dollars, and they're generally only worth face value.
8-4-11>> With the date of 1971 it's a EISENHOWER DOLLAR not a Liberty dollar. Only the proof and uncirculated coins sold from the Mint have more than face value regardless of date.
No Eisenhower dollar coins (1971-1978) regardless of date or mintmark struck for circulation contain silver and have only face value.
Kennedy has never been on a dollar coin, only halves. A 1971 dollar coin has Eisenhower on it and is only worth a dollar.
The US has never made a one dollar coin with JFK on it. If it is a dollar coin with the date of 1971 the portrait is of Eisenhower. Post new question.
There's no such coin. JFK is on the half dollar. In 1971, President Eisenhower was on the dollar. Both coins are only worth face value if they're in circulated condition. They were only struck in copper-nickel, not silver so they have no added value.
None of the Eisenhower dollar coins (1971-1978) made for general circulation have any silver or are worth more than face value.
Check that coin again. The Eisenhower dollar was minted 1971-78.
One dollar. Eisenhower dollars were struck from 1971-1978. None of the coins made for and released into circulation contain any silver and are just face value.