What is the value of a 2 headed 1972 silver dollar?
This is a magician's or novelty coin, manufactured from two regular coins. They can be bought or sold for around $3-5. Because they did not leave the Mint in this condition, any collectible value the 1972 dollar may have had is negated by the modification. 2-headed novelty coins are usually made from the smaller denomination coins, like nickels and quarters. A 2-headed Eisenhower dollar is actually a bit rarer. These generally sell in the $15-$20 range.
For 1972 only, If the coin is a "S" Mint-marked coin, it is a 40% silver Proof coin and has a average value of $8.00. If it does not have the S mintmark, it's just a BIG one dollar coin. People call them 'Silver Dollars' just because of the size of the coins. None of the Eisenhower dollars released into circulation contain any silver and most are only face value.
Answer Mintage = 92,548,511 Considered common, in circulated condition, it has no added value. A nice uncirculated one is worth about $2.50 Answer Despite the name "silver dollar", circulation-issue 1972 dollars were struck in copper-nickel. There were collector pieces struck in 40% silver. These should still be in their presentation cases and are worth maybe $5 or so.