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1935 was the last year for the one dollar silver coin.

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After the Bank Holding Company Act of 1970 was passed, silver was no longer used in making half-dollar and dollar coins meant for general circulation. Some coins made for collectors may still have silver content.


The last year for silver U.S. dimes was 1964.


1935 was the last year for circulating U.S. silver dollars.


The last 90% silver half dollars were minted in 1964, but they continued to be minted in 40% silver until 1970.


1964 was the last year for 90% silver quarters made for everyday use, all quarters from 1965 to the present are copper-nickel.


The last year for silver silver dollars was 1935. There were no dollar coins minted again until 1971, by which time silver coinage had been replaced with copper and nickel.


90% silver half dollars were minted until 1965, all half dollars dated 1964 and before are 90% silver. From 1965-1970 the half dollar was 40% silver. From 1971-present circulation issue half dollars are copper-nickel and contain no silver.


September of 06 was when they last made them


1964 was the last date for 90% silver quarters and dimes. The composition was changed to copper-nickel in 1965, when the price of silver soared over the face value of the coins. Note that halves were made out of 40% silver for 6 more years. Also, contrary to popular myth, pre-1965 nickels were NOT made of silver, except for the famous war nickels made during 1942-45.


1964 was the last year US quarters were made of Silver.


They made Silver so there would be a guy to try to stop Shadow the hedgehog i think.


Well, to think of it, i think it will stop being made after power rangers mega force.


because they needed to. for example why was 6 afraid of 7 because 789


Are you talking about how to stop them from being made? If so, there should be a lever (often silver) that you can lift up that stops the water from entering the cube maker.


You stop being a wierdo who plays Pokemon and you get friends


1964 all us coins stopped being produced with silver.


1964 was the last year the mint minted Half Dollars in 90% silver. Then from 1965 to 1970 they were struck in 40% silver. Currently Half dollars contain no silver. They are made of a copper-nickel clad composition. Starting in 1992 the mint started making 90% silver proofs. In 1964 dimes, quarters and dollars were also stopped being made in 90% silver.



they stop making the 3000 gt in 1999 :(


Packards were made from 1899 to 1958.


They didn't, calendars are still being made today. Source: My mailbox is full of them.


The last quarters minted with silver in them bear the 1964 date. Some were actually made in 1965.


1964 was the last year that quarters were made of silver for general circulation.


There were no dollar coins produced in the United States after the last Peace dollar was produced in 1935 until the Eisenhower dollar began production in 1971. Silver was no longer used for coins in general circulation after 1964 - copper-nickel clad coinage began in 1965. The exception was Kennedy half dollars, which were 40% silver (down from 90% in 1964) between 1965 and 1970. Eisenhower dollars were produced in both clad (for circulation) and 40% silver (for collectors) between 1971 and 1976. Quarters and half dollars were produced in 40% silver for collectors in silver in 1976. Dimes, quarters and half dollars were produced in 90% silver for collectors from 1992 onward Anthony dollars were made of copper-nickel. Current Sacagawea and Presidential Series dollars are made of manganese-brass.


There were no dollar coins produced in the United States after the last Peace dollar was produced in 1935 until the Eisenhower dollar began production in 1971. Silver was no longer used for coins in general circulation after 1964 - copper-nickel clad coinage began in 1965. The exception was Kennedy half dollars, which were 40% silver (down from 90% in 1964) between 1965 and 1970. Eisenhower dollars were produced in both clad (for circulation) and 40% silver (for collectors) between 1971 and 1976. Quarters and half dollars were produced in 40% silver for collectors in silver in 1976. Dimes, quarters and half dollars were produced in 90% silver for collectors from 1992 onward Anthony dollars were made of copper-nickel. Current Sacagawea and Presidential Series dollars are made of manganese-brass.



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