How much is a 1776-1976 dollar worth?
Are bicentennial dollars worth anything? In MS 63 uncirculated condition, the standard 1776-1976 silver dollar is worth around $18. In PR 65 condition, the 1776-1976 proof silver dollar is worth around $20. Expect around $22 for MS 65 gem uncirculated condition.
Are Eisenhower dollar coins worth anything?
Outside of the 1972 Type 2 and the silver Ikes, there are no real rarities within the series. Proof coins, specially produced by the U.S. Mint with mirrored surfaces and sold to collectors, are generally only worth a small premium.
How much silver is in a 1976 Bicentennial Eisenhower dollar?
1776-1976-S, 40% Silver Proof Type 2 – 4,000,000*
How much is a Type 1 Eisenhower dollar worth?
USA Coin Book Estimated Value of 1976 Eisenhower Dollar (Type 1 – Low Relief – Bold Lettering Variety) is Worth $9.13 or more in Uncirculated (MS+) Mint Condition.
What makes a 1976 silver dollar rare?
These circulation struck coins are very common, since the Philadelphia Mint produced over 117,000,000 of them in 1975 and 1976. Hence, the odds are very, very high that any 1976 Eisenhower Dollar without a mint mark is actually a circulation strike coin and not a proof.
Are bicentennial half dollars worth anything?
How much is a 1976 bicentennial half dollar worth? The standard 1776 to1976 half dollar value in circulated condition are worth only $0.50 of their face value. These coins may be purchased at a premium in uncirculated condition. In uncirculated form, the 1776-1976 D half dollar is worth between $3 and $4.
How much is a 1976 Bicentennial quarter worth?
The standard 1776-1976 clad quarters in circulated condition are only worth their face value of $0.25. These coins only sell for a premium in uncirculated condition. The 1776-1976 quarter with no mint mark and the 1776-1976 D quarter are each worth around $1.25 in uncirculated condition with an MS 63 grade.
What is a 1776-1976 Eisenhower dollar no mint mark?
NOTE: There is only one known 1976 “No S” Eisenhower Dollar in proof format. Circulation strike 1776-1976 dated Eisenhower Dollars were struck at the Denver Mint with a “D,” and at the Philadelphia Mint with no mint mark as was normal for coins struck for circulation at the Philadelphia Mint at that time.
How can you tell if a bicentennial dollar is silver?
You can tell if it’s silver by looking at the reeded rim of the coin. The top coin is not made of silver. The middle is made of 40% silver. The bottom is 90% silver, from an earlier mintage of non-1977 silver dollars.