How much is a 1971 American silver dollar worth?

The standard 1971 silver dollar is worth around $15 in MS 63 choice uncirculated condition. In MS 65 gem uncirculated condition the price rises to around $26. The 1971 proof silver dollar is worth around $15 in PR 65 condition. There were 4,265,234 proof coins minted.

What makes a 1971 silver dollar rare?

The rare variety of the San Francisco minted 1971 Proof Eisenhower one-dollar coin does not have the serifs at the bottom of the vertical leg on the “R” in LIBERTY. Some researchers believe that this variety was caused by over-polishing the Proof dies (a.k.a. die abrasion).

Is a 1971 silver dollar real silver?

From 1971-1974, the new dollar was minted with two different compositions: one for collectors, “as an alloy of 800 parts of silver and 200 parts of copper,” at the San Francisco Mint; the other for circulation (75% copper and 25% nickel), at the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco Mints.

What is a 1971 Eisenhower uncirculated silver dollar worth?

Eisenhower Dollar Price Chart

Date Composition & Finish Price
1971 Copper-Nickel Clad Uncirculated $4
1971-D Copper-Nickel Clad Uncirculated $3.50
1971-S 40% Silver Clad Uncirculated $10
1971-S 40% Silver Clad Proof $11

Are all 1971 Eisenhower Dollars silver?

While all regular-issue Eisenhower dollars were made with copper-nickel clad, in 1971 and 1972, all proofs were struck as 40% silver numismatic specimens that were sold individually in brown-colored boxes.

Are 1971 Eisenhower dollars worth anything?

Eisenhower dollars are collectibles, although they’re not worth much more than their weight in silver. The standard 1971 silver dollar in MS 63 choice uncirculated condition can get you $14, while you’ll get around $20 if the coin is in MS 65 gem uncirculated condition.

How much silver is in a 1971-S Eisenhower dollar?

40% 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).

Is a 1971 Eisenhower dollar worth anything?

Are all 1971-S Eisenhower dollars silver?

It is the only large-size U.S. dollar coin whose circulation strikes contained no silver. Circulation strikes: outer layers of 75.0% copper 25.0% nickel clad with a core of 100% copper (in all 91.67% copper, 8.33% nickel).

How much is a 1971 Eisenhower Proof dollar worth?

As a 40% silver-clad coin, the melt value of an Eisenhower dollar is significantly lower than that of a Morgan or Peace dollar. The typical range of prices that one will see a 1971-S sell for on eBay is between $8 and $17, depending on the professionalism of the listing.

How much silver is in a 1971 Eisenhower Dollar?

What is a 1971 proof Eisenhower dollar worth?

Prices for NGC Ultra Cameo 69s are all over the place, but the lowest price of $22.50 seems more accurate. PCGS has certified 175 examples of the 1971-S Eisenhower dollar in the Proof 70 grade. One of these examples will cost you about $700. To date, NGC has certified no coins in this top grade.