There are many Eisenhower dollars that were minted, but the most valuable is a 1972 Type 2 Eisenhower, which commonly sells for between $50 and $90. This is an especially rare minting which, in uncirculated condition, is quite valuable.
Unfortunately for most people just starting out as coin collectors, age is not the determining factor for a coin's value. Instead, it is the rarity of the piece in question. However, there were several proof runs of the 1970's "Ike" dollars, known as "Blue Ikes." These have a higher than normal silver content (approximately 40 percent), which makes them worth slightly more for their melt value.Learn More
The 1974 U.S. silver dollar is known as an Eisenhower or "Ike" silver dollar. An uncirculated coin is valued at up to 5 dollars, while a circulated coin is generally not valued at more than a dollar, explains USA Coin Book.Full Answer >
A five-dollar coin from 1911 is part of the Indian Five Dollar gold coin set minted from 1908 to 1929. It is made from 90 percent gold and 10 percent copper, containing .12 troy ounces of gold.Full Answer >
According to the Federal Reserve Bank of Minneapolis, $1 in 1850 was worth the equivalent of $28.60 in 2014. The resultant value is derived by dividing CPI measures from both years.Full Answer >
The person on the 2000 one-dollar coin is Sacagawea. She was a famous Lemi Shoshone woman who accompanied Lewis and Clark on their expedition westward. She acted as their interpreter.Full Answer >