How much is a 1971 S Eisenhower silver dollar worth?
CoinTrackers.com has estimated the 1971 S Eisenhower Dollar Proof value at an average of $7.00, one in certified mint state (MS+) could be worth $69. (see details)…
Is a 1971 S Ike Dollar Silver?
In 1971, the U.S. Treasury made available Unciruclated and Proof verisons of the Eisenhower Dollar in 40% silver. These were the first “silver” Dollars since 1935 (or 1964, if one counts the unissued 1964-D Peace Dollar).
How much silver is in a 1971 S silver dollar?
1971-S 40% Silver · Eisenhower Dollars (Proof)
|Composition:||40% silver; 60% copper|
What Eisenhower silver dollars are worth money?
Circulated Type II dollars are worth about $1.05 to $1.10. Uncirculated Type II 1976 dollars have a value of $3 or more. Type II proof 1976 Ike dollars are worth $3 to $5 and up.
What is the value of a 1971 Silver Dollar?
Here’s more information about your dollar coins: •1971 dollars: As it happens, you posted this question on the page that discusses values of 1971 Eisenhower silver dollars; A 1971-S 40 percent silver Eisenhower dollar is worth about $8 to $10 .
Does 1974 dollar coin have silver?
There are two major version of the 1974-S Eisenhower Dollar – both of them have a silver-clad composition with a 40% silver content. The common version is the 1974 Brilliant Uncirculated silver Eisenhower Dollar (as depicted above) which came in the blue pack/envelope with a blue seal (“Blue Ikes”).
Who is on the 1971 Silver Dollar?
The 1971 dollar coin features former President Dwight D. Eisenhower on the front and an eagle landing on the moon on the reverse. The coin is 38 mm in diameter and was minted in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco.