What is the value of a Bicentennial silver dollar?

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A Bicentennial silver dollar which is also referred to as an Eisenhower dollar is a one dollar coin given by the American government from the year 1971 to 1978. As of 2013, the value of the dollar was estimated to be between two and three dollars.
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These coins were issued as both copper-nickel clad and 40%-silver coins. You have to look at the edge to know which one you have. Please see the Related Question for more information
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I found a 2002 West Point Bicentennial Commemorative Proof Silver
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The silver dollar was a popular coin in U.S. history and was struck by the U.S. Mint between 1794 and 1935. It underwent several design changes through its history, from the early
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Absolutely nothing, they're worthless, just like confederate money. But, because I feel sorry for you, I'll take them all off your hands for a nickel apiece. Kidding. They're worth
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