Please check again and post a new question. No US $100 bills are dated 2000, and the last $100 silver certificates were printed in 1891.
well-worn = $350 lightly worn = $1000 crisp uncirculated = $2000 ... as of 12/22/09
Since silver certificates have not been produced since the 1960's, I assume that you're asking about a privately issued ingot that is cast in the shape of a dollar bill. I would guess that it is worth its bullion value (silver as of October 9, 2007 is $13.45 per troy ounce).
Check the date again. These coins were not made in 2000.
It's a 2000 one-ounce Silver Eagle bullion coin and as of today is about $18.00
Sorry the US mint does not strike $5.00 silver coins
It's worth its weight in silver.
The last US $2 silver certificates were dated 1899, and no $2 bills were printed with the date 2000. What you have is probably a privately issued replica intended to celebrate the year 2000. Unfortunately once the celebrations were over, there was almost no market for any memorabilia so it has very little collector value.
Colorized bullion coins have no numismatic collectible value. Unless you find someone that wants it, the value is only for the silver, about $30.00.
If you are referring to the 2000 Millennial Set, it has a value from $24 to about $15,000 depending upon the condition of the coins.
Colorized bullion coins have no numismatic collectible value. Unless you find someone that wants it, the value is only for the silver, about $23.00 as of today.
A 1948 uncirculated silver dollar that has benn certified uncirculated depending on grade would be worth 2000 dollars and up
This is a American Silver Eagle bullion coin. The fact it has been colorized destroys the numismatic collectible value of the coin. The piece still has a value of about $30.00 for the silver it contains.
The U.S. Bicentennial was in 1976 NOT 2000, no Kennedy halves were struck in 40% silver in 2000, 90% silver proof coins were struck in 2000. Post new question.
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.
In the year 2000, the value of the quarter dollar which is 25 cents was $0.25.
If your asking about a American Silver Eagle $1 bullion coin the current value is about $30.00.
It depends on which one it is. A brass Sacagawea or a Silver Bullion coin. Post new question.
If you mean a American Silver Eagle dated 2000, it's one ounce of pure silver.
The Washington Mint is a private company NOT associated with the actual U.S. Mint. Any silver coin they produce is worth its bullion value only.
The value of a 2000 Sacajawea dollar is $1. The value of 2,000 Sacajawea dollars is $2,000. Which question are you asking?