Do banks still have Eisenhower silver dollars?

Answer Some banks have Eisenhower silver dollars. These coins, which were minted from 1971 to 1978, are not popular collector's items, according to the U.S. Naval Academy. Banks sell the coin for $1.Refer... Read More »

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What is worth more: 1898 silver dollars or 1897 silver dollars?

This is a brain teaser disguised as a question about numismatics, or the study of coins. The reader may assume that the question refers to two silver dollars--one minted in the year 1897 and the ot... Read More »

Are Eisenhower dollars in circulation?

The Eisenhower dollar was minted between 1971 and 1978, and was succeeded by the Susan B. Anthony dollar coin. Though it is no longer minted, like all U.S. currency, it is still legal tender and th... Read More »

How many silver half dollars make 1 ounce of silver?

It takes approximately three 90-percent silver half dollars to make 1 ounce of silver. Half dollars dated 1964 and before each contain 0.36 ounces of silver. Three of them equal 1.08 ounces of silv... Read More »

Does President Eisenhower appear on the silver dollar?

The silver dollar--actually made of copper and nickel--minted between 1971 and 1978 bore the profile of President Dwight D. Eisenhower. The coin was heavy and unwieldy and because of this never cau... Read More »