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Presidential Dollar Value 2007 – Present

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2011 Presidential Dollars
 Presidential Dollar value is not much more than face value unless the coin is graded MS66 and up by a reputable grading service like PCGS or NGC. On further note these coins are not gold but made mostly of copper.
Date/Mint Mark
Mintages
MS65
PF/SP67
George Washington $1 Value
2007-P
176,680,000
$1.50
2007-P Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007 Missing Edge Lettering
Inc above
$50.00
2007-D
163,680,000
$1.50
2007-D Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-S
3,165,183
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
John Adams $1 Value
 
 
 
2007-P
112,420,000
$1.50
2007-P Doubled Edge Lettering
$50+
2007-P Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-P Weak Edge Lettering (SP)
$30
2007-D
112,140,000
$1.50
2007 Missing Edge Lettering
$50+
2007-D Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-S
3,362,237
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
Thomas Jefferson $1 Value
 
 
 
2007-P
100,800,000
$1.50
2007-P Weak Edge Lettering
$30
2007 Missing Edge Lettering
$200
2007-P Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-D
102,810,000
$1.50
2007-D Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-S
3,362,237
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
James Madison $1 Value
 
 
 
2007-P
84,560,000
$1.50
2007 Missing Edge Lettering
$200+
2007-P Weak Edge Lettering (Pos. B)
$290
2007-P Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007-D
87,780,000
$1.50
2007-D Satin Finish (SP)
895,628
$2.00
2007 SP Missing Edge Lettering
$150
2007-S
3,362,237
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
James Monroe $1 Value
 
 
 
2008-P
64,260,000
$1.50
2008 Missing Edge Lettering
745,464
$250
2008-P Satin Finish (SP)
$2.00
2008-D
60,230,000
$1.50
2008-D Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008 Missing Edge Lettering
$250
2008-S
2,824,791
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
John Quincy Adams $1 Value
 
 
 
2008-P
57,540,000
$1.50
2008 Missing Edge Lettering
$200
2008-P Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008-D
57,720,000
$1.50
2008-D Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008 SP Missing Edge Lettering
$250
2008-S
2,824,791
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
Andrew Jackson $1 Value
 
 
 
2008-P
61,180,000
$1.50
2008-P Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008-D
61,070,000
$1.50
2008-D Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008 SP Missing Edge Lettering
$250
2008-S
2,824,791
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
Martin Van Buren $1 Value
 
 
 
2008-P
51,520,000
$1.50
2008 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2008-P Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008-D
50,960,000
$1.50
2008-D Satin Finish (SP)
745,464
$2.00
2008-S
2,824,791
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$15
William Henry Harrison $1 Value
 
 
 
2009-P
43,260,000
$1.50
2009 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2009-P Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-D
55,160,000
$1.50
2009-D Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009 SP
$600
2009-S
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$10
John Tyler $1 Value
 
 
 
2009-P
43,540,000
$1.50
2009 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2009-P Partial Missing Edge Lettering
$500
2009-P Doubled Edge Lettering/Overlap
$400
2009-P Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-D
43,540,000
$1.50
2009-D Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-S
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$10
James K. Polk $1 Value
 
 
 
2009-P
46,620,000
$1.50
2009 Missing Edge Lettering
$120
2009-P Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-D
41,720,000
$1.50
2009-D Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-S
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$10
Zachery Taylor $1 Value
 
 
 
2009-P
41,580,000
$1.50
2009-P Weak Edge Lettering
$280
2009 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2009-P Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-D
36,680,000
$1.50
2009-D Satin Finish (SP)
784,614
$2.00
2009-S
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$10
Millard Fillmore $1 Value
 
 
 
2010-P
37,520,000
$1.50
2010 Missing Edge Lettering
$75
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-D
36,960,000
$1.50
2010-D Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-S
2,224,827
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$12
Franklin Pierce $1 Value
 
 
 
2010-P
38,220,000
$1.50
2010 Missing Edge Lettering
$120
2010-P Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-D
38,360,000
$1.50
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-S
2,224,827
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$12
James Buchanan $1 Value
 
 
 
2010-P
36,820,000
$1.50
2010-P Missing Edge Lettering
$99
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-D
36,540,000
$1.50
2010-D Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-S
2,224,827
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$12
Abraham Lincoln $1 Value
 
 
 
2010-P
49,000,000
$1.50
2010-P Weak Edge Lettering
$200
2010-P Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-D
48,020,000
$1.50
2010-D Satin Finish (SP)
583,897
$2.00
2010-S
2,224,827
$2.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$30-$40
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$7-$12
Andrew Johnson $1 Value
2011-P
35,560,000
$1.50
2011-P Weak Edge Lettering
$120
2011-P Partial Edge Lettering
$350
2011-P Satin Finish (SP)
533,529
$2.00
2011-D
37,100,000
$1.50
2011-D Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$2.00
2011-S
1,706,916
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Ulysses S. Grant $1 Value
2011-P
38,080,000
$1.50
2011-P Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-D
37,940,000
$1.50
2011-D Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-S
1,706,916
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Rutherford B. Hayes $1 Value
2011-P
37,660,000
$1.50
2011-P Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-D
36,820,000
$1.50
2011-D Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-S
1,706,916
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
James A. Garfield $1 Value
2011-P
37,100,000
$1.50
2011-P Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-D
37,100,000
$1.50
2011-D Satin Finish (SP)
533,529?
$1.75
2011-S
1,706,916
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Chester Arthur $1 Value
2012-P
6,020,000
$2.00
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-D
4,060,000
$2.00
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-S
$10.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$40-$65
Grover Cleveland 1st Term $1 Value
2012-P
5,460,000
$2.00
2012 Missing Edge Lettering
$1,500
2012-D Weak Edge Lettering
$125
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-D
4,060,000
$2.00
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-S
$10.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$40-$65
Benjamin Harrison $1 Value
2012-P
5,640,001
$2.00
2012-P Doubled Die Obverse
(1 Known)
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-D
$2.00
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-S
$10.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$40-$65
Grover Cleveland 2nd Term $1 Value
2012-P
10,680,000
$2.00
2012-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-D
3,920,000
$2.00
2012-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2012-S
$10.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$40-$65
Woodrow Wilson $1 Value
2013-P
$2.00
2013-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
William Howard Taft $1 Value
2013-P
$2.00
2013-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-D
$2.00
2013-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Theodore Roosevelt $1 Value
2013-P
$2.00
2013-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-D
$2.00
2013-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
William McKinley $1 Value
2013-P
$2.00
2013-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-D
$2.00
2013-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2013-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$35-$45
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
$10-$15
Warren G. Harden $1 Value
2014-P
$2.00
2014-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$25-$35
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
Calvin Coolidge $1 Value
2014-P
$2.00
2014-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$25-$35
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
Herbert Hoover $1 Value
2014-P
$2.00
2014-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$25-$35
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
Franklin D. Roosevelt $1 Value
2014-P
$2.00
2014-P Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-D
$2.00
2014-D Satin Finish (SP)
$1.75
2014-S
$3.00
U.S. Mint Roll
$25-$35
U.S. Presidential Proof Set
Specifications:
Designer: Obverse (Many) Reverse: Daniel Everhart
Weight: 8.100 grams
Diameter: 26.5 millimeters
Thickness: 2.00 millimeters
Edge: Engraved (text “In God we trust” and “E pluribus unum”, the coin’s mint mark, and its year of issuance)
Metal Composition:
88.5% Copper
6% Zinc
3.5% Manganese
2% Nickel

Sacagawea Dollar Value 2000-Present

Sacagawea

Sacagawea Dollar Value By Date And Mint

The values in this chart reflect coins graded by PCGS or NGC, no guarantee raw coins will sell for this much. Usually raw Sacagawea Dollars sell for $1 to $3 and the actual sell price depends on many factors.
Date/Mint Mark
Mintage
MS66
MS67
MS68
MS69
PR68
PR69
PR70
2000-P
767,140,000
$10
$12
$30
$355
2000-P Goodacre
$500
$575
$630
$800
2000-P Wounded Eagle
$1,250
$2,300
2000-P Cheerios
$2,760
$3,450
$5,750
2000-W Millennium Set *Burnished
$15
$25
$100
2000-W Gold Proof
2000-S
4,048,865
$16
$40
$85
2000-D
518,916,000
$10
$12
$50
2000-P Mule Dollar (quarter obv.)
40K+
2001-P
62,468,000
$10
$18
$30
$1,200
2001-D
70,909,500
$16
$20
2001-S
3,084,600
$35
$90
$126
2002-P
3,865,610
$8
$15
$35
2002-D
2,321,848
$10
$15
$18
2002-S
3,732,000
$10
$26
$40
2003-P
3,080,000
$9
$11
$35
2003-D
3,080,000
$9
$10
$15
2003-S
3,298,439
$15
$30
$50
2004-P
2,660,000
$9
$10
$70
2004-D
2,660,000
$10
$12
$80
2004-S
2,965,422
$15
$20
$50
2005-P
2,520,000
$9
$10
$30
$66
2005-P Satin Finish
   1,160,000
$8
$10
$12
$30
2005-D
2,520,000
$10
$100
2005-D Satin Finish
1,160,000
$10
$11
$15
$80
2005-S
3,272,000
$11
$24
$44
2006-P
4,900,000
$10
$21
2006-P Satin Finish
847,361
$10
$10
$115
2006-D
2,800,000
$8
$10
2006-D Satin Finish
847,361
$10
$16
$140
2006-S
3,028,828
$11
$26
$40
2007-P
3,640,000
$10
$15
$126
2007-P Satin Finish
895,628
$20
$40
2007-D
3,920,000
$10
2007-D Satin Finish
895,628
$10
$10
$12
$50
2007-S
2,563,563
$10
$30
$80
2008-P
9,800,000
$2.50
$15
$20
2008-P Satin Finish
745,464
$6
$90
2008-D
14,840,000
$5
$15
$30
2008-S
745,464
$21
$80
Agricultural
2009-P
37,380,000
$4.00
$8.00
2009 Missing Edge Lettering
$200
2009-P Satin Finish
784,614
$5
2009-D
33,880,000
$20
$25
$80
$150
2009-D Weak Edge Lettering
$300
2009-D Satin Finish
784,614
$5
2009-S
2,179,867
$12
Hiawatha Belt Reverse
2010-P
32,060,000
$15
$37
2010-P Weak Edge Lettering Pos. B
$30
2010-P Weak Edge Lettering Pos. A
$100
2010 Missing Edge Lettering
$275
2010-P Satin Finish
583,897
$9
$11
$15
$400
2010-D
48,720,000
$15
2010-D Weak Edge Lettering
$75
2010-D Satin Finish
583,897
$5
2010 Missing Edge Lettering Satin Finish
$600+
2010-S
1,689,364
$14
$15
Peace Pipe Reverse
2011-P
29,400,000
$5
2011-P Weak Edge Lettering
$40
2011-P Satin Finish
$5
2011-D
48,160,000
$5
2011-D Satin Finish
$5
2011-S
1,453,276
Horse Reverse
2012-P
28,000,000
$5
2012-P Satin Finish
$5
2012-D
3,080,000
$5
2012-D Satin Finish
$5
2012-S
Delaware Treaty 1778 Reverse
2013-P
$5
2013-P Satin Finish
$5
2013-D
$5
2013-D Satin Finish
$5
2013-S

Sacagawea Dollar Value Facts:

Date – Mint Rarity:

Sacagawea Dollars series does not have any key dates and most are worth face value, but some choice examples might bring $2. The real value is when they’re graded by PCGS or NGC, more on grade value next. One important note about these coins is that they’re golden in color but they’re NOT gold coin. The metal composition is listed further down in this article but Sacagawea Dollars are mostly copper.

Grade – Condition:

The most valuable Sacagawea Dollars are graded at least MS68 (Mint State) and must be graded by PCGS or NGC to realize the values for MS68 and up. It’s not easy finding a Sacagawea Dollar that will grade that high but lesser grades like MS67 and MS66 are just not worth the fees for having them graded.

Although if you can find such a mark free specimen, as an MS68 or better, it would be well worth the trouble of a submission. For example a 2001-D can sell for up to $225 and a 2006-D can sell for up to $4,500.

Sacagawea Dollar Value
2000-P Sacagawea Cheerios Dollar MS68

Varieties:

The varieties are few in this series but they’re extremely valuable, just remember grade of the variety is still a factor in value. You have the famous 2000-P Cheerios Dollar with a value of $3,500 in MS63, the 2000-P Wounded Eagle at $285 in MS63 and the (2000) Mule with State Quarter reverse at $40,000 in MS63. All of these rise in value as the grade increases.

Specifications:
Designer: Obv: Glenna Goodacre.  Rev: Thomas D. Rodgers Sr.
Diameter: 26.5 millimeters
Metal content: .770 copper, .120 zinc, .070 manganese, .040 nickel
Weight: 8.1 grams
Edge: Plain
Mint Mark: “P” (for Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) centered below the date

Susan B Anthony Dollar Value 1979-99

SusanAnthony

The values in this chart reflect coins graded by PCGS or NGC, no guarantee raw coins will sell for this much. Usually raw Sacagawea Dollars sell for $1 to $3 and the actual sell price depends on many factors.

Susan B Anthony Value By Date And Mint

Date/Mint Mark
Mintage
MS64
MS65
MS66
MS67
MS68
PR68
PR69
PR70
1979-P Far date, narrow rim
360,222,000
$2
$5
$30
$60
1979-P Near date, wide rim
Inc. above
$25
$40
$115
$900
1979-D
288,015,744
$2
$10
$20
$90
1979-S Filled S
3,677,175
$3
$30
$80
1979-S Clear S
Incl. above
$64
$94
$630
1979-S
109,576,000
$1
$5
$35
$275
$4,800
1980-P
27,610,000
$1
$30
$35
$80
$4,600
1980-D
41,628,708
$4
$10
$17
$190
1980-S
$10
$26
$99
1980-S
20,422,000
$1
$10
$30
$90
1981-P
3,000,000
$1.50
$10
$40
$540
1981-D
3,250,000
$1.50
$10
$11
$402
1981-S Filled S
4,063,083
$10
$24
$50
1981-S Clear S
Inc, above
$14
$160
$1,725
1981-S
3,492,000
$1.50
$10
$30
$300
1999-P
35,892,000
$1
$10
$11
$28
1999-D
11,776,000
$1.50
$10
$15
$29
$253
1999-P
750,000
$23
$27
$65

Susan B Anthony Dollar Value Facts:

Date – Mint Rarity:

Most Susan B Anthony Dollars (SBA’s) are worth a $1 since they’re circulated or low MS (Mint State) grades, or grades lower than MS64. The 1981-S is a key date and worth around $40 in MS64 and the 1981-P and 1981-D are lower mintage dates and mints so they’re worth a bit more than the other dates as well.

Since the series had a short run and were not very popular there’s not much demand or premium, so seek out original BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) rolls and put them away for the future. It might take some time but the more the original rolls are opened over time, the more rare unopened rolls become, so there’s a chance for a value increase here.

Grade – Condition:

The 1981-S you want to find in the grade MS66 since they’re worth $600 in a PCGS holder with that grade. Susan B Anthony Dollars are rare in MS67 and above so their value jumps in this grade and above.

1979 Wide Rim Susan B Anthony Dollar Value
1979 Wide Rim Susan B Anthony Dollar Value

Varieties:

Also search for the 1979-P Wide Rim, 1979-S Clear S (proof) and the 1981-S Clear or Flat S (proof) since these are the most desirable varieties of the series. The 1979-P Wide Rim in MS67 is valued at $4,000.

SPECIFICATIONS:
Designer: Frank Gasparro
Diameter: 26.50 millimeters
Metal Content: Outer layers – 75% Copper, 25% Nickel, Center – 100% Copper
Weight: 125.02 grains (8.1 grams)
Edge: Reeded (133 Reeds)
Mint Mark: “P” (for Philadelphia, PA) on the left side of the obverse, just above Anthony’s shoulder

Eisenhower Dollar Value 1971-78

Eisenhower

Eisenhower Dollar Value by Date

Date/Mint Mark
Mintage
MS64
MS65
MS66
MS67
MS68
PR68
PR69
47,799,000
$10
$94
$70
68,587,424
$10
$60
$126
$4,140
6,868,530
$15
$20
$25
$345
$2,875
1971-S 40% Silver Peg Leg
Inc. Above
$60
1971-S 40% Silver Partial Peg Leg
Inc. Above
1971-S 40% Silver
4,265,234
$126
$138
75,890,000
$15
$170
Inc. above
$200+
$1,495
Inc. above
$40
$140
$900
92,548,511
$10
$15
$120
$6,325
2,193,056
$15
$16
$40
$36
$100
1,769,258
$10
$150
$800
$5,400
1,769,258
$15
$30
$290
$3,737
2,760,339
$29
$64
1,883,140
$15
$18
$20
$26
$104
27,366,000
$10
$30
$480
45,517,000
$7
$14
$120
$920
2,612,568
$79
$89
1,900,156
$15
$16
$20
$50
$115
117,337,000
$10
$100
$2,530
Inc. above
$15
$30
$100
103,228,274
$10
$15
$180
$2,185
Inc. above
$10
$30
$60
$2,990
1776-1976-S Bold rev. letters proof
6,995,180
$16
$69
1776-1976-S Thin rev. letters proof
Inc. above
$18
$24
5,000,000
$15
$16
$25
$35
$330
12,596,000
$8
$30
$90
32,983,006
$8
$20
$160
$6,000
3,251,152
$15
$26
25,702,000
$6
$30
$140
33,012,890
$13
$24
$104
$3,450
3,127,781
$23
$36

Eisenhower Dollar Value Facts:

Date – Mint Rarity:

Eisenhower Dollar value is not dependent on key dates since there’s no key dates to be found in this series. Some people find the dual date 1776-1976 Bicentennial Ikes and think they’re rare, but such is not the case. You have to look  into the varieties and condition grades to find the higher values, so most Eisenhower Dollars are worth $1, if you find them in a mint or proof set then they will be worth a few dollars.

Furthermore Eisenhower Dollars look silver but most are not, and when they are silver they’re clad in 40% silver. The 40% clad Ikes are found in blue envelopes, sealed in cello, and in brown boxes, housed in GSA type holders, and some were issued in Bicentennial sets with a quarter and a half dollar – all have “S” mint marks and each weigh 24.6 grams.

Grade – Condition:

Since Eisenhower Dollars are found abundantly in MS64 (Mint State) and lesser grades then the value is going to be low for these grades. The coins are large and that translates into more surface exposure to contact marks from other coins, even during the minting process, so they are worth only a few dollars or less when they’re MS64 and less. Raw coins rarely sell for more than $5 (most sell for $2 or less) so having them graded by a third party grading service will help the resell value.

However, if the coin does not grade at least MS65 then the submission fees far out-weight the value of the coin. You want to send Eisenhower Dollars that have the best chance at MS65 or better because their value can be upward of $150 for some dates and mints, but there’s some that need to come back MS66. In example, the 1974-D in MS65 is worth around $15 but in MS66 it’s value jumps to $120, so you wouldn’t want to send a 1974-D to be graded unless you’re certain it will be graded greater than MS65.

Varieties:

If you want value in your Eisenhower Dollars then you want to find and collect the varieties; but remember that even with varieties you want the mint state examples.

The 1971-S you want to look for what’s called the “Peg Leg” (a small tails extends off the R in LIBERTY) and those can sell for $50 in MS64. In 1972 you want look for the Type 2 Earth and the Type 3, but the Type 2 is the most valuable variety and can be worth over $1,000 in MS65. In 1776-1976 Bicentennial year look for the Thin Letter Reverse without a mint mark (Philadelphia) and this can be worth a few bucks in MS64 and up.

Also look for the 1971-D Tiger Claw and Happy Eagle and check all your 1974-D Ikes to see if they’re silver (not supposed to be).

1971-S Peg Leg Eisenhower Dollar Value
1971-S Peg Leg Eisenhower Dollar
Specifications Clad:
Designer: Frank Gasparro, the reverse based on a design by Michael Collins and James Cooper
Diameter: 38.5 millimeters
Metal Content: Outer layers – 75% Copper, 25% Nickel, Center – 100% Copper
Weight: 350 grains (22.7 grams)
BICENTENNIAL REVERSE (1975-1976)
1776-1976-S Proof only 40% Silver
Designer: Obverse by Frank Gasparro; Reverse by Dennis R. Williams
Diameter: 38.5 millimeters
Metal Content: Outer layers – 80% Silver, 20% Other, Center – 79% Copper, 21% Nickel
Weight: 380 grains (24.6 grams)
Edge: Reeded
Mint mark: None (for Philadelphia, PA) between Eisenhower’s head and the date.

 Large Dollars

Peace Dollar Value 1921-28 (1934-35)

Peace Dollar Value
MS68 (Mint State) 1925 Peace Dollar
Date/Mint Mark
Mintage
VF
EF
AU
MS60
MS63
MS65
1,006,473
$115
$125
$150
$250
$359
$567
Sharply struck
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—-
—–
$200
$350
$400
$650
1922 High Relief
10
 
 
 
 
 
 
51,737,000
$20
$22
$30
$35
$37
$150
15,063,000
$20
$22
$25
$35
$45
$400
17,475,000
$20
$22
$25
$35
$55
$2,000
30,800,000
$20
$22
$25
$35
$37
$95
6,811,000
$20
$22
$25
$40
$100
$1,250
19,020,000
$20
$22
$25
$45
$55
$6,000
11,811,000
$20
$22
$25
$35
$37
$120
1,728,000
$20
$22
$45
$200
$400
$9,000
10,198,000
$20
$22
$25
$35
$37
$130
1,610,000
$20
$40
$45
$75
$160
$2,000
1,939,000
$20
$25
$33
$35
$75
$350
2,348,700
$20
$25
$35
$70
$200
$600
6,980,000
$20
$25
$33
$45
$75
$800
848,000
$30
$45
$55
$75
$165
$2,500
1,268,900
$35
$56
$85
$160
$300
$3,000
866,000
$45
$47
$70
$170
$375
$9,000
360,649
$350
$355
$375
$450
$700
$3,000
1,632,000
$35
$45
$50
$150
$400
$20,000
954,057
$35
$40
$45
$85
$150
$600
1,569,500
$35
$40
$50
$90
$300
$1,200
1,011,000
$55
$175
$400
$2,000
$4,000
$8,000
1,576,000
$37
$42
$75
$90
$115
$700
1,964,000
$37
$42
$80
$100
$330
$1,200
1964-D (All Melted)
316,076
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Peace Dollar Value Facts:

Date – Mint Rarity:

You still have a few old school collectors and dealers who look upon the Peace Dollar as more numerous and less valuable then it’s counterpart the Morgan Dollar. However such is not the case when you step outside the dates 1922, 23, 24, 25 with their high mintages, since the rest of the dates and mints are more rare.

You can still buy low grade and common dates and mint Peace Dollars for as low as $25 but this might not reflect future trends as more people turn to Peace Dollars due to the rise in value of the Morgan Dollar.

Also remember that it’s not the age that determines a Peace Dollar’s value, it’s the amount that was minted and how rare they’re in certain grades. (More on grades later in this guide).

In example, an 1928 Dollar is the key date and has a mintage of 360,649 as they came from the U.S. Mint, but fewer than that have survived. So this coin is worth well over $200 even in the lower grade like G4.

In contrast the the 1921 Peace Dollar had a mintage of 1,006,473 and in the same G4 grade can be bought for around $50. (Note: Two silver dollars dated 1921 were issued and the other is a Morgan Dollar dated 1921 and it’s less valuable than the 1921 Peace Dollar).

1921 Peace Dollar Value G4
1921 Peace Dollar Graded G4 By NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation)

Grade – Condition:

Peace Dollars are valuable in the higher grades and some dates and mints more than others. The starting desirable grade for common date and mint state or uncirculated Peace Dollars is MS63 (Mint State) but the most value begins at MS65 and above as these are “gem” BU (brilliant uncirculated) examples.

However there’s some dates and mints that become valuable in grades less than mint state and 1934-S is one example. The 1934-S Peace Dollar value starts with examples in AU (about uncirculated) grades despite the over all higher mintage, but because the coin circulated more than most, and many became worn, melted down or were lost during their circulation, they’re more scarce in higher grades.

You should always consult a legitimate price guide to see the values for each Peace Dollar date and mint, and learn how to grade them properly. You should also learn to recognize cleaned or altered surface Peace Dollars since this will lower the value as well.

Peace Dollar Value MS63 Grade
MS63 Peace Dollar

VAM:

A VAM is an acronym of two men’s names that studied and basically wrote the book on Peace Dollar varieties. A Peace Dollar VAM is caused by an alteration to the die and it can be a change in the design, a large die break or a doubled die.

Some can be extremely valuable and they’re rate as Hot 50 or Hot 100 and the higher the rank the more desirable and valuable, but as with any Peace Dollar value the grade and condition will still play a major factor in value.

I recommend vamworld.com to learn about and help you identify Peace Dollar VAMS.

Precious Metal Content:

Since a Peace Dollar consist of 90% silver and 10% copper then their base price for any grade, condition, date or mint is going to be the silver value. A Peace Dollar value depends on the current market price, so use this formula. Melt Value (90% Silver Dollars) = Face X 0.77344 X Spot.

Specifications:
Designer: Anthony de Francisci
Diameter: 38.5 millimeters
Metal Content: Silver – 90%, Copper – 10%
Weight: 412.5 grains (26.7 grams)
Edge: Reeded
Mint mark: None (for Philadelphia) below the ONE on the reverse

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