The value is what one ounce of silver is worth. It will be perhaps 2-8 dollars over silver 'spot' price, which you can get on the internet. It fluctuates you see. As of Sept 18 2008, with silver spot price at about $12/oz, it's value is about $16.
It's a bit more than just the price of 1 oz of silver. It's because there is a minting cost and ease of use of such coin. So today the cost of 1 oz of silver is 32.55 CDN and the coin with Indian Head would cost 35 CDN.
So the markup is not 2-8 dollars but just 2.5 dollars. There is NO 8 dollars markup on $12/oz coin!
Markup is usually 5-10% depending on the amount of coint you buy. The best value you get for 10 pieces in a roll of 1 oz, bullion.
Right now it would be also good to look for Mexican libertad and Canadian maple leaf 1 oz. Libertad CAN be potentially cheaper, as the minting cost could be a bit less in Mexico.
Also it's best probably to buy in jewellery stores. Because onlline you will pay 2 % extra for credit card of PayPal.
E.g cheapest online maple leaf is now 37.12, but in Vancouver I can get it for 36 just walking in store on Broadway Ave.
Buy silver or perish in the incoming Great Tribulation!
Right now, it's worth around $3.00.
value of an 1890 E Pluribus umun silver dollar
1881 E Pluribus Unum silver dollar worth.
The US never made any "Indian Head" silver coins of any type. Look at the coin again and post new question.
moneda de silver united states of america E-PLURIBUS UNUM DE 1937 HALF DOLLAR IN GOD WE TRUST LIBERTY
The motto "E Pluribus Unim" does not identify a coin. Post a new question an include the denomination.
The biggest difference is Peace dollars exist and Liberty dollars don't. A very common mistake non-collectors or amateurs make with US silver dollars is they think because the word LIBERTY is on the obverse of a Peace dollar (or other coins) it's called a liberty dollar. No US coin is referred to as just a "Liberty" coin. Also this comes up with Morgan dollars, but with the national motto E PLURIBUS UNUM because it's on the front of the coin.
A U.S. silver dollar with the national motto ( E-PLURIBUS-UNUM ) on it, dated 1897 is actually called a MORGAN (1878-1904 & 1921) dollar, not a Liberty dollar. All Morgan dollars have this motto. It's a very common coin. Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, an average retail value is $31.00-$39.00.
The coin is a Liberty Walking half dollar not an Pluribus Unum, most coins have a lot of wear and retail values are $8.00-$9.00 better coins showing medium wear are $15.00-$$30.00 and coins with light wear run $35.00-$60.00
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The coin is a PEACE Dollar not a Liberty Dollar. 1927 is a little better date for the series with retail values for circulated examples from $16.00 to $30.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.
A genuine 1865 Seated Liberty silver dollar is worth no less than $300 in worn condition, and over $2,000 in uncirculated condition.
In 1942 all U.S. coins bear the national motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM. A denomination is needed.
All US silver dollars minted from 1794 to 1935 carried a picture of Miss Liberty. There were none with an Indian Head design.
No U.S. silver dollars have an Indian Head design, so if you have one it's not real. A genuine silver dollar coin dated 1851 would be a Seated Liberty coin. I have seen many 'fantasy' silver rounds with the Indian Head design with different dates, but they all have the 1oz .999 fine silver markings somewhere on the coin.
The value is only for the silver, about $35.00
5-26-11>> All Walking Liberty (Not E PLURIBUS UNUM) half dollars from 1940 to 1945 regardless of mintmarks, in average circulated condition are valued the same at $16.00-$18.00.NOTE: The values will go up and down along with the price of silver.
No, but there are "Walking Liberty" American Silver Eagle coins.
Yes, all Standing Liberty quarters are 90% silver, they contain .18084oz of pure silver.
The 1935 Liberty silver dollar is also known as the peace silver dollar. The value od a circulated 1935 liberty silver dollar is approximately $36 depending upon condition.