Unless it is unusual it is worth about one dollar. 1970 dollar coins were actually made of nickle from 1968 to 1987.
One dollar in 1970 was valued at $0.17 in 2011 dollars. Essentially what cost you $1 in 1970 would have cost you $5.71 in 2011 to purchase.
No one dollar US coins were made in 1970, 1971 was first year for the Eisenhower dollar and most are face value only.
The first Australian Dollar coin was issued in 1984.
Please turn the coin over and check the denomination. It's a 50¢ piece. Please see the question "What is the value of a 1970 Kennedy half dollar?" for more information.
From what country? The U.S. did not issue any dollar coins for circulation between 1936 and 1970 inclusive.
By 1970, Canadian coins no longer contained silver. It's made of nickel, and is worth a dollar.
Current retail value is $6.33 a Cameo proof is $7.48
No coins were minted for Cyprus in 1939... Cyprus never made five-piastre coins... Re-check your coin; you must have something wrong.
The 1970 Kennedy half dollar was only issued in mint sets and proof sets. It was not released into circulation, both coins are 40% silver. A 1970-D is valued at $9.00, the 1970-S (proof) is $10.50.
The value of a 1970 New Zealand commemorative royal visit one dollar coin can vary depending the condition of the coin. The coin should be appraised by an expert to determine its value.
Egyptian piastre ended in 1834.
There are, for example, 2012 piastre coins from Egypt or Jordan
$15 to $50 depending upon the variety.
In 1970, one dollar was worth one dollar. Adjusted for inflation, one dollar in 1970 is just over $6 in 2014.
the value of 1970 5000 turkiye cumhuriyet merkez bankasi in Canadian dollar is $700.00
It was a unit of currency originally equal to one silver dollar or peso, it served as the major unit of currency of French Indochina.
Please turn the coin over and check the denomination on the back. It's a HALF dollar.
Such a banknote does not exist. The Australian One Hundred Dollar note was first issued in 1984.
Between about $90 and $600 USD depending on condition; good find! :)
The 1870-1970 Manitoba coin was produced un nickel only. There are no such coin in silver.
Before 1970, half dollars had silver in them, but in 1970, they used no silver in the coins, so it is worth only $0.50.
Half Piastre coin is from CYPRUS country(see Europian Union countries).
The U.S. didn't mint any $1 coins in 1970. The Peace dollar series ended in 1935 and the first new $1 coins, the copper-nickel Eisenhower dollar, was introduced in 1971. Please check your coin again and post a new question.
The US didn't print any $1 bills dated 1970. Please check again and post a new question.