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To represent the original 13 states

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The 1872 silver dollar does not have 14 stars on it. The 1872 silver dollars contained the 13 stars from the start of the government. The 13 stars represent the first established colonies. If the silver dollar does have 14 stars printed on it then it would be considered a misprint and worth allot.


Assuming it's a more common Morgan dollar, about $13 for its silver content


As of 13 March 2014, a 1967 Canadian silver dollar is worth just under $13.


It is not a silver dollar, but a silver "art bar" and its value is directly tied to the spot price of silver. Right now that is about $13 an ounce, so expect a dealer to pay about $10 and sell for $15.


there are 13 stars in the starburst above the Eagle.


It is worth $35 if proof. Circulated is the silver face value,$13.


Check the current price of silver - about $13 an ounce.


$13 or more depending on the condition of the coin.


The value of a 1950 Canadian silver dollar depends on its condition. You can expect to fetch between 13 and 150 US dollars for such a coin at auction.


The United States did not produce any dollar coins in 1960. The US did produce a silver half dollar in 1960, but unless it is in extraordinarily good Uncirculated condition (MS-65 or better), it is worth little more than its silver value (0.3607 troy ounces of silver - about US$6.70 as of January 13, 2010). Canada produced a silver dollar in 1960, but again unless it is in extraordinarily good Uncirculated condition, it is worth little more than its silver value (0.600 troy ounces of silver - about US$11.15 as of January 13, 2010).


It's just an ounce of silver made into a coin, that's worth $35.90 as of 3-13-11


4-13-11>> About $40.00, value is tied to the spot price of silver at time of sale.


For the same reason that most coins and bills have 13 stars - to represent the original 13 colonies. That's not true of all coins, though - the Sacajawea dollar has 17 stars, for the 17 states in existence at the time she guided Lewis and Clark.


silver value is 10.49 maybe get 13$ if in great condition


If the coin is so worn that it has no date, its value is limited to its silver content or about $13.


The US didn't release any one dollar coins that year. It might be a 1964 Peace dollar, in which case it's actually from the 1920s and the date was restamped later. One of those is currently worth about $13 for the silver.


Depending on its exact grade, a proof 1986 "dollar" (actually a bullion piece sold for its silver content) is worth about $35.If it's an uncirculated coin but not a proof it's basically worth its silver value of around $13.


Not sure what you mean by the letter (e), but a 1959 Franklin Half dollar in decent condition is worth about $10 to $13


The 13 stars stand for the 13 colonies


To determine the exact date will be almost impossible, but a detailed description of both sidesof the coin will help denote a time frame that the coin was minted. 13 stars appeared on several different quarter dollar varieties of design and different time frames.



About $13, mostly for its silver content. It would be worth more if it were not significantly worn.


I believe that when you hold it up into the light 3 more stars show up, these hidden starts complete the 13 to signify the original 13 colonies, but the 3 are hidden as a counterfeiting measure.


4-13-11>> Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $33.00-$40.00 depending on how much wear the coin shows. The 1888 Morgan is very common. NOTE: A 1888 silver dollar (Morgan) is NOT known as an eagle. In numismatic terms an "Eagle" is a $10.00 gold coin. The modern one dollar silver bullion coins are "Silver Eagles".


The 13 stars stand for the first 13 states



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