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Maybe $3 on eBay, and it's not made of silver.

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These are not silver and are worth only face value unless they are uncirculated or have a "S" mintmark.


A standard "for circulation" 1971 Ike dollar has very little collector value. You might get $1.50 for it. If it was flawless uncirculated you might get $10 for it.


Depending on the condition, an Eisenhower uncirculated dollar as a value between $10.00 and $20.00, of 2014. The 1971 S Silver Proof is worth the most.


With the date of 1971 it's a EISENHOWER DOLLAR not a Liberty dollar. Only the proof and uncirculated coins sold from the Mint have more than face value regardless of date.


There are no 1971 peace silver dollars. A circulated 1971 Eisenhower dollar is worth about $2. An uncirculated one is worth about $5. A silver collectors edition (with an "S" mintmark above the date) is worth about $10.


The 1971 Silver dollar is worth about $10 depending on its condition as there was a Uncirculated coin in a Blue envelope and a Proof coin in a Brown box. Both coins contain 40% Silver so as the price of Silver fluctuates so dose the coins value. Unlike a 1971 Clad dollar that was produced for general circulation the Silver dollar was sold by the US Mint to collectors.That's an Eisenhower dollar, and it's only worth face value. It doesn't contain any silver.


If your 1971 Eisenhower is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $3.00 because the 1971 dollar coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in 1971. If not, none of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver and most are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums. For 1971 all "S" mintmarked coins are 40%silver.


A Mint State 1971 Kennedy has a retail value of $1.00-$2.00


No Eisenhower dollar (1971-1978) struck for circulation contains any silver and are worth $1.00. Only some proof & uncirculated coins sold from the Mint were struck in 40% silver


If your 1971 coin is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $5.00 because the 1971 & 1972 issue coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in those years. In general none of the circulated coins have more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums. The Mint did offer Proof and Uncirculated coins in 1971-1976 that were struck in 40% silver.



7-3-11>>> If your 1971 Eisenhower is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $3.00 because the 1971 & 1972 dollar coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in those years. If not, none of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver and most are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.


This is a Eisenhower dollar. None of them regardless of date or mintmark, struck for general circulation have any silver and most are not more than face value. For coins dated 1971 & 1972 uncirculated examples may have a little more value due to the fact dollar coins were not included in Uncirculated Mint sets sold in 1971 & 1972. In general, only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.


Unless it's a proof or uncirculated coin, it has no added value. All circulation halves made since 1971 are copper-nickel, not silver.


Only if your 1971 coin is a uncirculated example, it may be worth about $5.00 because the 1971 dollar coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in that year. If not, none of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver and most are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.


If your 1971 coin is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $5.00 because the 1971 & 1972 issue coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in those years. In general none of the coins made for circulation have any silver and are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums. The Mint did offer Proof and Uncirculated coins in 1971-1976 that were struck in 40% silver.


It's not silver, it's copper-nickel. In circulated condition it's only worth face value. A nice uncirculated one will retail for $1.50 to $1.75


Since 1971 all circulating half dollars have been made of copper-nickel, not silver. Your coin is only worth face value unless it's in uncirculated condition.


The coin is an Eisenhower dollar NOT a Liberty dollar. If the 1972 coin is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $5.00 because the 1971 & 1972 issue coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in those years. In general none of the coins made for circulation have any silver and are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums. The Mint did offer Proof and Uncirculated coins in 1971-1976 that were struck in 40% silver.


The last circulating Peace dollars were made in 1935. Your coin is an Eisenhower dollar and it's made of copper-nickel, not silver. Unless it's in uncirculated condition it's worth only face value up to maybe $1.15.


If your 1971 Eisenhower is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $3.00 because the 1971 & 1972 dollar coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in those years. If not, none of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver and most are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.


If your 1971 coin is a uncirculated example it may be worth about $5.00 because the 1971 dollar coins were not included in the Uncirculated Mint sets sold from the Mint in that year. If not, none of the Eisenhower dollars regardless of date or mintmark struck for general circulation have any silver and most are not worth more than face value. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.


An Eisenhower Dollar in a mint state of MS63 from the year of 1971 is worth about $10.00. Note that it's not actually made of silver. It's composed of the same copper-nickel "sandwich" metals that are used in dimes, quarters, and half dollars.


Eisenhower Dollars made for circulation only have face value and has no silver.