How much is a 1974 Eisenhower silver dollar worth?

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A 1974 Eisenhower Silver Dollar is worth between a dollar twenty-five and two dollars and fifty cents. There are no rare dates on these to make them more valuable. It goes mainly based on circulated or non circulated.
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The Eisenhower silver dollar was one of the first large denomination coins to be issued after the five-year ban. Eisenhower dollars were minted in Denver, San Francisco and Philadelphia
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I'm not finding how much it's worth. It must be very rare
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None of the Eisenhower dollars made for general circulation have any silver in them. People call them "Silver Dollars" just because of the size of the coins. 99% of the
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Eisenhower Dollars are NOT silver, but alloy-clad coins: 75.0% Copper, 25.0% Nickel with a core of 100% Copper. SO, it's going to be worth a dollar unless it's uncirculated or proof
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