Please check your coin again. It's not silver and it's not a dollar. If you look at the back you'll see it's a HALF dollar, and all circulation halves minted since 1971 are made of copper-nickel.
If you mean the 1980 Susan B. Anthony dollar. It has no silver and it's just a dollar
The first Silver Eagle was struck in 1986 not 1980. If the coin is about the size of a quarter and dated 1980 it's a Susan B. Anthony dollar, has no silver and is face value.
The only dollar coins issued in 1980 were made of cupro-nickel, not silver. They're only worth face value.
1.00. It's made of copper-nickel, not silver.
With the date of 1980 the coin is a Susan B. Anthony Dollar, not a liberty dollar and none contain any silver and most all are face value.
It's a common Susan B. Anthony dollar coin with no silver in it just spend it
A 1980 Kennedy Half Dollar struck for circulation has no value above 50 cents. Only high grade mint state & proof coins are more than face value.
That's a Susan B. Anthony dollar and is only worth face value.
One dollar, and it's not silver.
They contain absolutely no silver, and they're worth one dollar each.
It's not silver and regardless of mintmark the value is $1. Only a proof or uncirculated coins sold from the Mint will have more than face value.
It's been altered after it left the Mint. Face value only.
Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921. Susan B. Anthony dollars were minted in 1980 and they're made of copper-nickel, not silver and have no added value if found in change.
Silver was last used in circulating halves in 1969. All 1980 half dollars are made of the same copper-nickel clad composition as dimes and quarters. If you found it in change it's only worth 50 cents. Uncirculated or proof versions are worth $2.50 - $3.00
Please turn the coin over and check the denomination on the back. You'll find that it's a HALF dollar. There's more information at the Related Question.
None of the 1980 Susan B. Anthony dollars made for general circulation contain any silver or are worth more than face value. Only Proof and collectors coins sold from the US Mint are worth more.
He is asking about a 1980 LIBERTY Silver Eagle. It is a bullion coin that predates (and was privately minted) the American Silver Eagle (1986). The confusion comes from the reverse having the inscription “One Silver Eagle” which many know to be synonymous with “one silver Dollar“. It is not legal tender and is worth its weight in silver and any premium you can squeeze out of a collector.
Not silver. All circulating half dollars struck since 1971 are made of copper-nickel and are only worth 50 cents.
The "P" Mint mark was not used on half dollars until 1980, it's only a half dollar so spend it.
Please check your item again and post a new, separate question. The last $10 silver certificates were dated 1953, and no US bills are dated 1980.
1980 would make it a Susan B. Anthony dollar, and it's still worth one dollar.
This question shows up a lot. The U.S. Mint has never struck a Kennedy half dollar of any date in gold. The coins have been gold plated by different so-called "Collectors Society's" and sold to the public for a profit. They have no numismatic collectible value at all.
It's still worth one dollar.
It's been altered after it was minted. No extra value.
$1. It's not silver, it's copper-nickel.