The value of a 1972 Eisenhower dollar is determined by its grade, mint mark, the specific nature of the minting process, and the grading agency providing the appraisal. Novice coin collectors should seek out professional... More » Hobbies & Games Collecting Coins & Currency

1972 silver dollars that were not minted in Philadelphia, or that were minted in Philadelphia but show islands near Florida on the small Earth that appears on the reverse side, are lower in value. The rarer Type 2 Philad... More » Hobbies & Games Collecting Coins & Currency

Find out the value of a 1972 silver dollar coin by searching for information about its price on different websites, such as Coins, eBay, Coin Help and Silver Dollar Co. or by consulting with a coin collector. S... More »

Whether or not a coin has been circulated affects its value as does the coin's condition and its mint mark. Silver dollars are usually purchased either for their value to collectors or for their silver content. More »

The value of an 1878 silver dollar, known as a Morgan silver dollar, can change daily; CoinTrackers places its estimated worth at $35 for a no mint mark coin in poor condition up to $55,000 for one in perfect condition. ... More »

To determine the value of an 1886 silver dollar, identify the coin by the design and the mint mark. Look up the coin on a coin value website, such as or, as of 2015. Keep in mind that coin va... More »

You can determine the authenticity and value of a 1971 Eisenhower dollar using the About Coins guide to Eisenhower dollar value and prices. The website includes a guide to determining when a coin is from and how to judge... More »