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uncirculated = $17

proof = $50

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What is the worth of the 2005 Walking Liberty silver uncirculated?


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.


In a Walking Liberty silver half dollar there is .3617 of an ounce of silver, so it is less than 1 ounce of silver, but don't be discouraged because the coin itself is usually worth more than the silver melt value. Hope this helps.


1 troy ounce. They are known as silver eagles and have the bullion value on the back.


Please note, Their American Silver Eagles not walking liberty silver dollars. The value follows the spot price of silver and right now it's $18.60 per ounce.


It's a Silver Eagle not a Walking Liberty. The coin is made from one ounce of silver and the value is whatever the spot price of silver is at time of sale. The value now is $18.25.


It's a Silver Eagle not a Walking Liberty. The coin is made from one ounce of silver and the value is whatever the spot price of silver is at time of sale. The value now is $18.25.


When minted, a Walking Liberty Half Dollar contains .36169 ounce pure silver. The coin is alloyed with 10% copper, giving an overall silver purity of 90%, resulting in a coin that weighs 12.5 grams.


I assume you mean the walking liberty half dollar (1916-1947). They contain .3617 ounce of silver. Just a bit more than 1/3 oz.



The 1988 Walking liberty is one ounce pure silver, so will always be valued by the price of silver. A quick check on eBay shows they are currently selling at about $20.00 USD, with the proof version of this coin selling for about double that amount. The price above the silver value will only be determined by what the collector is willing to pay.


About $40. It's a bullion piece sold for its silver content. The dollar denomination is artificial. It's also not a Mint issue; the Walking Liberty design is used for one-ounce bullion coins.


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)


Actually it's Liberty walking not standing. It's one (Troy) ounce of silver with a current values of $34.86.



The coin only weighs 12.50 grams so it can't have a ounce of silver in it.


4-23-11>> The only US coin dated 2003 with the Walking Liberty design is a Silver Eagle Bullion coin. The value of the coin is tied to the spot price of silver at time of sale, today it's $46.61 per ounce.


It's not really a silver dollar, but rather a U.S. Silver Eagle, which is a one ounce silver bullion coin. As of 18 July 2014, one is worth just under $21.


It is known as a Silver Eagle and is worth the silver content of it (plus perhaps a dollar for it being an actual coin) which is one troy ounce of silver. At the time of writing it is worth $29.42 but fluctuates with the price of silver.


The coin is a Silver Eagle bullion coin that is made from one ounce of silver and value is whatever the spot price of silver is at time of sale.


That's a one ounce silver round. At present, silver is worth about $27/ounce.


The $1 Silver eagles are 1 ounce bullion coins, the value is tied to the spot price of silver per ounce that changes by the minute! As I type this the value is $16.02 so that's what the coin is worth.


The value is directly tied to silver prices. At present (5 June 2012) silver is worth $28.69 per ounce.



No US Mint produced a 1902 Walking Liberty 1oz. silver coin. Look at the coin again and post new question. The first year for ANY 1 ounce bullion coin was 1986.



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