The 1776-1976 Eisenhower Dollar is just worth a dollar.
The 1986 Statue of Liberty silver dollar contains 0.77 ounce of silver. Multiply the value of an ounce of silver by .77 and you will get an approximate value of the silver dollar. (At a silver price of $24.60, the coin would be worth about $18.94)
Lowest value would be $15.00 just for the silver.
The intrinsic value of a 1951 Canadian silver dollar would be limited to the value of the silver it contains on the day of sale. However, a 1951 dollar in MS or fine condition can be worth as much as 500 dollars to a collector.
There was no US silver dollar minted in 1950. If you mean a half dollar, it would be worth at least its value in silver which as of writing is about $7.70 but it would be worth more in better condition. As with all old coins, cleaning harms the value.
1882 silver dollar value $1 in 1882 according to inflation would now be worth $21.95 in 2009 Determining the base silver value- A Morgan silver dollar is 90% silver and with one of them being 26.73 grams that would mean there is only ~24 grams of silver or about 24/31 of an oz of silver. Depending on the value of silver at the time using the December 2009 value of $19 per oz, the coin's silver value would only be $14.70 (I guess the value of silver did not keep up with inflation!!) However, since it is a coin it has a bit more value than the silver price... it would also depend on where it was minted and the mint mark (San Francisco, Philadelphia, Carson City, or New Orleans), but it would also depend on the condition of the coin.
The value of a 1949 Canadian silver dollar depends on the condition of the coin. Such a coin would fetch between 21 and 27 US dollars at auction.
It's a common coin, still worth one dollar.
1979 would make it a Susan B. Anthony dollar, still worth face value.
because they contain 40% silver, the value would be around $2.50 as of April 2010, so it would be a mistake to spend it.
A certified example would have a average retail value of $2,000.00
The value of a Silver Eagle coins is determined by the spot price of silver which right now is $29.23 which would be what your coin is worth, with perhaps another dollar added depending on condition for the coin itself.
A Morgan Silver Dollar contains 26.73g of 90% silver. As of today (11 July 2011), the price of silver is about $1148/kg, so the value of the silver would be (0.02673 * 0.90 * $1148) = $27.62. Depending on the condition and mint markings, the coin may be worth more or less than its melt value.
Generally not, the gold plating adds no value. However, there are some times when coins are gold plated over good silver, in which case, the silver would have value. For example, a gold plated 1964 Kennedy Half Dollar (assuming it was a genuine half dollar) would be worth nearly $10 because the half dollar is worth that in silver scrap. The gold plating would add no value but the coin is still worth something. Copy coins have no collector value, however, they can be made out of metal with value, for example, there are replicas of the 1804 silver dollar made out of 90% silver, these would be worth $20 or so because of the silver, it has no collector value, but it still has value. However, a replica of the same coin struck in silver plated copper would only be worth a few cents. So copy coins have to be evaluated on a case by case basis for value.
Please, turn the coin over and look at the denomination on the back. It's a HALF dollar, not a dollar. The 1964 Kennedy half is a 90% silver coin, but very common. The value would be only for the silver, about $15.00 as of 9-1-11.
A 1924 Silver Dollar would include the Peace Dollar. If its mint state is very good (VG-8), the value is: $20. Should the mint state be MS-60, the value increases to: $35. A 1924 silver dollar is a Peace dollar, values for circulated coins are $17.00-$26.00. The term "Mint State" is used only for uncirculated coins.
As of August 2012 the value would be over 12,000 dollars.
It would destroy the collector value however it would still be worth around $10 for its silver value.
I changed your question because the note is called a silver certificate, not a paper silver dollar. If circulated, it would be worth $5 to $10 depending on wear. If crisp and unfolded its value could go up to $40.
A 1948 uncirculated silver dollar that has benn certified uncirculated depending on grade would be worth 2000 dollars and up
It would depend on condition and mint mark if you wanted to know what the collectors value would be. I can tell you this. Just the silver in that dollar alone is worth $27.06 as of July 5, 2011.
It depends on the condition of the coin. but it would usually $2-$5.
The value is directly tied to silver prices. At present (5 June 2012) silver is worth $28.69 per ounce.
This would have 16 ounces of silver. The spot price of silver is $28.08. So a 1 pound silver coin is worth $449.28.
It depends on the date, mintmark (if it has one) and condition of the late 1800's silver dollar you are asking about. Post new question.
It is worth whatever melt is. The silver dollar is damaged and they never use rare dates (the 1928 peace dollar is rare, it is likely a 1928-S coin which is quite common) and so it would be worth about $20 for the coin. However, there is the question on whether the money clip itself is silver, usually the clip would be marked "STERLING" or 925 if it is silver. If the clip is silver, you have added value with whatever the weight of the silver clip is.