It is not a "liberty" dollar, it is adollar. It is not silver,, has never been made out of silver, and is only worth $1. They are in common circulation.
The coin is not a silver liberty dollar. It's a 1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollar coin and has no silver in it and the value is one dollar.
A US half dollar with a date of 1979 is a Kennedy half dollar not a liberty half dollar. The coin has no silver and is only face value.
The coin is not a "Liberty" silver dollar, it's a Susan B. Anthony and was never made from silver only copper-nickel. The coin is still in circulation today and is face value.
The coin is not a "Liberty" silver dollar, it's a Susan B. Anthony and was never made from silver only copper-nickel. The coin is still in circulation today and is face value
Absolutely none at all.
Although older silver dollars (1794-1935) all have a symbolic bust of Miss Liberty of different types on the front of the coins, no US one dollar coin is called just a "Liberty" dollar neither are the modern dollars (1971 to date) which do not have Miss Liberty on them. By the date 1979 your coin is a Susan B. Anthony dollar and none of the SBA Dollar coins struck for general circulation (except the 1979-P Near Date) have more than face value and none of them were struck in silver. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.
Priceless, if it has Miss Liberty on it. But the last Liberty Head silver dollars were minted in 1935. Your coin isn't silver and it has a picture of Susan B. Anthony, not Miss Liberty. Please see the Related Question for more details.
The 1979 SBA dollar is very common has no silver and is $1.00
Try again. The '21 silver dollar has an image of Liberty and is commonly called a Morgan dollar (named for the designer). Anthony didn't appear on the dollar coin until 1979.
It's still worth one dollar.
None of the coins listed in this question contain any silver or gold. All are just face value.
The 1979 Susan B. Anthony dollar is extremely common and still worth one dollar. The coin contains absolutely no silver.
The 1979 Susan B. Anthony dollar has no silver at all an is still used today. The Philadelphia issue has 2 kinds for that year a near date & a far date taket to a coin dealer.
The coins never had any silver in them and most are face value.
1979 would make it a Susan B. Anthony dollar, still worth face value.
There just Susan B. Anthony Dollars no liberty in it, and it's worth a dollar
The coin is a 1979 SBA dollar and it's NOT silver. The coin is still found in circulation and is just a dollar.
A 1979 US Liberty Dollar is also known as a Susan B. Anthony Dollar. It has a value, depending upon its condition, of $1.30 to $140, and is not among the most widely collected coins.
The 1979 one dollar coins DO NOT CONTAIN SILVER and are still in circulation today with a value of one dollar.
With the date of 1979 the coin is a Kennedy half dollar, it's worth 50 cents.
He is asking about a 1980 LIBERTY Silver Eagle. It is a bullion coin that predates (and was privately minted) the American Silver Eagle (1986). The confusion comes from the reverse having the inscription “One Silver Eagle” which many know to be synonymous with “one silver Dollar“. It is not legal tender and is worth its weight in silver and any premium you can squeeze out of a collector.
The current price of silver is about $14/oz
No US one dollar coin is called a "Liberty" dollar. By the date 1979 your coin is a Susan B. Anthony dollar and none of the SBA Dollar coins struck for general circulation have more than face value and none have any silver. Only proof and uncirculated collectors coins sold from the Mint have premiums.
In 1979, the dollar coin issued by the US was the Susan B. Anthony, which has no silver content and no real collector's value, so is a "spender".
With a date of 1979 the coin has no silver in it. 1969 was the last 40% silver circulating US half dollar. The coin is worth 50 cents.
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