Most Eisenhower dollars are not worth more than the face value. If the coin has a copper edge on it, like a dime or quarter, that means it's not entirely silver. These are only worth about a dollar unless they're in excellent condition. Some collector’s versions contain 40 percent silver and are worth from $4 to $8. These have grayish edges, and the surface should be a few shades lighter than a standard coin.
The Eisenhower Silver Dollar was circulated in high amounts, so there is little collector interest to drive up their price. Some collectors look for Philadelphia minted Eisenhower silver dollars that were circulated in 1971 and 1972, these could have value based on condition.