What is the value of a 1912 silver dollar?
This melt value is calculated from the current silver spot price of $25.13 per ounce. The 1912 half dollar with no mint mark is worth around $15 in good condition. In very fine condition the value is around $120 and in extremely fine condition the value is around $180.
Do banks have silver dollars?
You can get One Dollar coins (no silver content) at the bank, but actual silver dollars are no longer in circulation. You can buy Commemorative and collectible silver dollars, but you need to be prepared to pay way more than a dollar for one. If they, by chance, have one, they have to sell. Hghly unlikely any bank is going to have any.
How much are old silver dollars worth?
These silver dollars are usually worth $25 to $50 in worn condition. Valuable 1921 Peace dollar: The image of Miss Liberty on this coin roughly resembles the head of the Statue of Liberty, while the back shows an eagle perched on a rock.
How much silver is in a silver dollar?
Most silver dollars, except the modern Liberty bullion coins, were made of 90% silver (.900) and weighed 26.73 grams. The earliest US dollar coins were based on the Spanish dollar coin. Those silver coins, along with other silver coins of similar size, weight and purity, were later used in the United States and even remained as a legal tender until 1857.