how many walking liberty half dollars does it take to make 1 ounce of silver?

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That's a question for a doctor. A very serious question.

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The spot price for a 5 ounce silver bar is $87.60. That's $17.52 for one ounce.

Answered: Undated silver dollar

Look harder. If there's no date it's not legal tender and is likely a medallion of some sort. Or foreign. It sounds French to me. I'm not familiar with any kind of American coins that have draped busts on them. It may be a commemorative medallion, or who knows. But no date, no American coin. But ...

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Look at the question again OronD. 19.25 not 9.25

Answered: What is America's first silver dollar dated 1788 worth

No such coin... The first silver dollars - and the first silver half dollars - were delivered on the same day, October 15, 1794. Chief coiner Henry Voigt was responsible for 5,300 ... and its worth at least $37,500 and as high as $650,000 depending on the condiction of the coin.

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How much is kennedy half dollar worth?

At least 50 cents, possibly more, depending on year, mint mark, and metallic base. 1964 Kennedy Half (90% silver) - .3617 Troy ounces 1965 through 1970 Kennedy Half (40% silver) - .1479 Troy ounces 1971 and later Kennedy Half (circulation coins) - Do not contain any silver 1976 S mint mark ...

What is my 1893-S Morgan silver dollar worth?

Depends upon what grade it is. There's a "very fine ++" on e-Bay right now bidding at $3,500 with several days to go until final bid. Could end up higher. Could just be a collector missing that one coin. Personally, I'd find a reputable coin dealer in your town/state. (Emphasis on "reputable ...

Anybody got info on wooden walking globes(circus ...

Glue the scraps together to form a cube with the length of the side equal to the diameter of the sphere that you want. Get out a tool of your choice and go to work. For a very large one, I would take the corners down with a chain saw and finish with a corded planer. Cut a circle out of plywood ...

Where to sell silver coins

I recommend the NAtional Bullion Exchange at http://NationalBullion.com