If you have a silver piece with 1 OZ on the back it's a bullion coin worth about $18 (as of 07/2008) for its metal content.
If you have a gold-colored Sacagawea dollar it's made of brass and there are about a billion of them in circulation so they're not likely to EVER be worth more than $1.00
It's a common dollar coin that's face value
Approximately One dollar
The 2000 Sacagawea dollar coin is not made of gold the color comes from the Brass in the coin. Value is $1.00
it is worth its face value of 1 dollar
One dollar, maybe two to a collector.
Betsy Ross isn't on any US coin. If it's dated 2000, and golden in color, then it's a Sacagawea dollar coin, worth one dollar.
It's not a Liberty gold dollar. The coin is a Sacagawea dollar coin and has no gold in it. Value is $1.00
value of 1972 u s a dollar coin
value of 1845 us five dollar coin
Sorry the US mint does not strike $5.00 silver coins
There was no fifty dollar US gold coin produced in 1940.
It's NOT gold and just a dollar. The last year the US made a one dollar gold coin was 1889.
Check that coin again. The U.S. has never minted a two dollar coin.
Check that coin again. There was no such thing as a US dollar (or the United States) in 1756.
Uh, that would be Sacajawea, not Pocahontas, and it's only worth $1.
A pewter coin is also known as a Continental dollar. Depending on the condition of the coin, the value of an original pewter dollar could be as little as 1,000 US dollars to 15,000 US dollars.
Look at the back of the coin for "HALF DOLLAR" no US dollar coins were struck after 1935.
This is not a coin made by the US mint. These coins generally have no collector value. If the coin is silver it will be worth more but if it is only silver plated with copper underneath it will be worth less.
The value is 1/10th of a ounce of gold which as I type this is $1,124.70 per ounce. So the value of the coin is about $112.47. Actual cash value will be different at time of sale
The first US Dollar coin was struck in 1794