The following value ranges are for the coin in question. Uncirculated: $12-$45 depending on grade Proof: $22-$55 depending on grade Hope this helps Mgirard
Assuming you mean a American Silver Eagle dated 1987 the value is the same as the spot price of silver at the time of sale, but right now it's $19.23, that's the spot price as type this answer.
what is the value
Please check again and post a new question. The US didn't print any $1 bills dated 1987 and the last silver certificates were dated 1957.
If you're referring to a 1987 one ounce Silver Eagle bullion coin the value goes up and down with the price of silver. As of today silver is $17.42 per ounce. So the coin is worth about $15.00
Depending on the buyer you may get anywhere from 20 to 40 dollars.
The last silver certificates were dated 1957. Please check your bill again and post a new question.
Assuming you mean a Walking Liberty design bullion piece sold by the mint as a "silver eagle", its value will fluctuate with the price of silver. As of 01/2009 a $1 silver eagle retails for $10 to $11.
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.
As of today value is $17.01
It's not silver, just silver plated. That means it's only worth 25 cents. The last silver quarters were dated 1964. All circulating quarters dated 1965 and later are made of copper-nickel, not silver. The only silver quarters minted since 1965 have been made for special collectors' proof sets, and they were first made in 1992.
As of today about $17.50
I have two of these coins from my father. I can't anything on them on the web. I too would like to know the value. As far as I am able to determine, this coin has no precious metal value. It is not minted by the uS Mint and is not US legal tender. It is not made of silver or gold, although it may be zinc with silver plating. Normally, the term "Double Eagle" means a $20 gold coin. The US Mint is minting commemorative gold half eagles. but not eagles and not double eagles. On this coin, "Double Eagle" is a play on words as there is an eagle that appears to be landing on a mirror, thus showing two eagles. It has novelty value only. I would estimate its value at $5 USD max. 9/9/09 There was both a gold and a silver coin issued in 1987 to commemorate the 200th anniversary of the constitution. It sounds like you have the gold coin, since that is the only one with an eagle on it. It has a weight of 0.2687 troy ounces. It is composed of 90% gold, 3.6% silver and 6.4% copper. My experience is that the value fluctuates with the value of gold. You can check on EBAY to see what they have sold for recently.
As of 3-11-11 the value is $34.53
Go to, http://sammler.com/coins/modern_commemorative_dollar.htm this could be a good source.
They're worth $13-$15 each with the spot price of silver sitting around $12.75 an ounce. If they are proof coins in their original mint package, they list for $35, $45, and $64.
If the coin is a 1987 Silver Eagle with no S mint mark on the back under the left wing it should be worth about the spot price of silver at time of sale. If it has the S mint mark it is a proof coin an may be worth more depending on condition an the buyer.
July 2, 2009 The 1987 silver American Eagle Dollar was the second year the Silver Eagles were produced and there were 11,442,335 pieces struck at the US mint in Philadelphia making it one of the most common of the Silver Eagles. Most Silver Eagles will be in uncirculated condition and can be bought for about $20-$25. Also in 1987, there were 904,732 Proof Silver Eagles struck at the US mint in San Francisco. These special collector coins can be bought for about $35-$45.
The 1987 Mexico Onza has a silver value of $18.74. The collector's value of this coin can be as much as $60. "onza" is Spanish for "ounce" so the coin contains one troy ounce of silver. Its value will also be affected by the current price of silver bullion which changes daily.
As of today value is $113.12
July 26, 2009 Yes. Today, silver is worth $13.87. Also today, the 1987 proof American Silver Eagle is valued from $30 to $5000 depending upon the actual condition of the coin. So, as you can see the proof coin is valued far more than the silver in it.
The current price of silver is about $16/oz
This is a American Silver Eagle 1 ounce bullion coin. The value is tied to the spot price of silver at the time of sale. As of 9:58 am today 7-16-12 it's $27.23 per ounce. This price is a little less than you could buy it for and a little more than you could sell it for. But it gives you an idea of value. Collectors versions of this coin do have higher values.NOTE: The spot price of silver and other precious metals changes by the minute when the market is open. So the value of this coin will go up and down.
The U.S. didn't issue any circulation bills or $1 coins with that date. If you have a 1 oz silver piece dated 1987 it's a bullion coin sold for its metal value; the dollar denomination is artificial. In that case it would be worth a bit more than the current spot price of silver - as of 08/2009, about USD 13.00 or CDN 14.50
Please check again and post a new question. All dimes dated 1946 and later carry a picture of Franklin D. Roosevelt, and all dimes minted for circulation since 1965 are made of copper-nickel, not silver.