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

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

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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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