It's still worth one dollar.
Still one dollar....sorry : (
If the coin is a US Kennedy half dollar dated 1974 it has no silver in it and is face value.
1974 would make it an Eisenhower dollar, which is only worth face value.
The coin is still in circulation and is face value.
Current retail is $2.40
Its value is 20 Dollars, if it was much older then it would be a different story.
Just $50, those are not rare enough to be collectible.
$150 ti $200
It's still worth exactly 50 cents.
Do you really think it took a hundred years to make a dollar?
Unless it's in brand-new uncirculated condition, face value only.
All US half dollars dated 1974 were struck in copper-nickel. They have no added value, so feel free to spend it.
With a date of 1974 the coin is a Eisenhower dollar not a liberty dollar, and in general none of the Eisenhower dollars struck for general circulation contain any silver or have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.
$1 bills dated 1974 and later are only worth face value.
Unless it's uncirculated, 50¢
Not silver - copper-nickel. Face value only.
You probably mean 1976, and it is just worth $2.
Check ebay, it lets you know what others are selling theirs at
If there is no mintmark on your 1974 Kennedy half, that simply means it was minted at the main mint in Philadelphia. Very common -- no added value in circulated condition -- perhaps a dollar or two for a nice uncirculated one.
There was only one series of 1974 $20 bills so none of them would have a series letter. You may be looking at the Federal Reserve District letter instead. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1974 US 20 dollar bill?" for more information.
$1 unless it's in brand-new condition.