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I Have A Bicentennial Eisenhower Silver Dollar Dated 1776-1976 In Excellent Condition Without A Mint Mark. I Would Like To Know The Approximate Value?

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Connor Sephton answered
You may be disappointed to hear that the value of this coin is not going to be much at all. With a valuation at around $2 you are not going to think that it is worth selling and that you may as well hold onto it. The fact that there is also no mint mark on the silver dollar that you have takes the prices down some more from the $4 that you could normally be worth. It is coins like that which make people think that they are more valuable than they actually are and therefore they become very disappointed when they find out that it is not worth as much as they thought and what they wanted to sell it for.

The coins are quite popular and are not quite yet collectables so you are not going to get a good price for them. A few years down the line they may become worth more, but right now it is advised that you do not sell the silver dollar that you have and that you hang on to it for a few more years before you decide to sell it again.

As with everything, the older it is and the rarer it is, the more money you are going to get for it, and this is no different with a silver dollar that you may have in your collection. It is going to be wroth storing it in a safe place where it is not going to get any damaged done to it and trying to sell it when they become rare.

You may want to keep updated on what the prices are for the silver dollar that you have through the years to ensure that you are going get the price that you think it is worth as opposed to being disappointed.
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I Have A Bicentennial Eisenhower Silver Dollar Dated 1776-1976 In mint
Condition Without A Mint Mark. I Would Like To Know The Approximate Value?
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It depends mostly on its condition. In average condition its worth about $3. If its in such great shape that it still looks like it was just made, then it could be worth a couple hundred to a couple thousand dollars depending on how great shape its in.
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I would like to know what this coin is worth
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Anonymous answered
Its worth only face value - $1.50 if in good condition. Unless in mint proof set. Then it is worth about $4-$5.00
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1 million dollars, but I'll give you ten for it
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Earl Maltb answered
I would guess you got it in change and it has been in circulation for a while at least.

Anyway they have not increased in price too much over the past 32 years.

Depending on the wear on the coin, whether it is uncirculated or proof.

I would guess around 1.50 - 3.00

www.pcgs.com

above is an online price guide   prices are retail
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I was recently going through some of my grandparents things and found an unopened bag of 1776-1976 Bicentennial Ike dollars.  I think there must be about 200 or 300 inside the sealed plastic bag.  How much would these be worth today.

Wondering.

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