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900 is not a rare date for Morgan Dollars. In circulated condition, it's worth about $12 -- a nice uncirculated one is worth about $35 However, you want to check the back …for a mintmark. Look above the "DO" in DOLLAR for a small "S" or "O". And if it has an "O", then take a good magnifier and closely examine it for traces of a "CC" mintmark around the "O" -- this is a rare variety. If you have an "S" mintmark, and the coin looks like new or very close to new, then the values will be much higher -- $60-$240 If you have the rare "O over CC" mintmark, the values are even higher -- $25-$45 if well-circulated -- $75-$140 if very lightly circulated -- $250-$650 if uncirculated. "E Pluribus Unum" Note that the motto E Pluribus Unum ("From many, one") has appeared on dollars since 1878 and on all circulating U.S. coins since around 1916, so this generally isn't a distinguishing characteristic. The most important characteristics are denomination, date, mintmark, and condition.
3-30-11>> A 1900 Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $32.00-$38.00, typical Mint State coins are $40.00-$60.00
The 1900 Morgan dollar is a common date of the series. Circulated examples with no mintmarks have current market values of $32.00- $39.00 depending on the actual grade of the …coin.
4-30-11>> A 1900 Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $38.00-$44.00, typical Mint State coins are $50.00-$60.00
This coin is often called a Morgan dollar, after its designer George T. Morgan. 1900 is not generally a rare date for Morgan Dollars. Look on the back of the coin to see if …there's a small mint mark letter above the DO in DOLLAR. It may be blank or there may be an O or S. If it has an "O", then take a good magnifier and closely examine it for traces of a "CC" mintmark around the "O" -- this is a scarcer variety. Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 02/2013: No mint mark (Philadelphia): Very worn condition - $33 Moderately worn - $34 Slightly worn - $35 Almost no wear - $36 Uncirculated - $48 to $7,310 depending on quality "O" mint mark (New Orleans): Very worn - $33 Moderately worn - $34 Slightly worn - $35 Almost no wear - $36 Uncirculated - $48 to $4,280 "S" mint mark (San Francisco): Very worn - $33 Moderately worn - $34 Slightly worn - $35 Almost no wear - $82 Uncirculated - $290 to $18,750 If you have the scarcer "O over CC" mintmark, the values are even higher -- Very worn - $34 Moderately worn - $48 Slightly worn - $67 Almost no wear - $188 Uncirculated - $300 to $27,250 DISCLAIMER: The retail values quoted are the best available as of the date shown, but may vary significantly due to changes in the precious metals market. Also the wholesale (buying) price of a coin will be less than the selling (retail) price. A reputable coin dealer will be able to give a more accurate valuation based on inspection of the coin. FAQ's about Morgan dollarsE Pluribus Unum The motto E Pluribus Unum (Latin for "Out of Many, One") is on ALL $1 coins minted since 1878 so that's not specific enough to ID any one coin. Silver Eagles Silver eagles are bullion coins minted since 1986 for sale to collectors but not for spending. Morgan dollars were made for use in ordinary circulation just like dimes and quarters.
Answer Numismedia shows retail prices ranging from $230 in Fine condition to $430 in Extremely Fine.
A 100 Canadian dollar in poor or worn condition will be valued at somewhere around $31. A coin in "perfect" condition can bring $181.
The US didn't make any $1 gold commemorative coins dated 1900. If you have a large (38 mm) coin with a spread-winged eagle on the back, it's a silver Morgan dollar t…hat someone plated with gold, possibly for jewelry or something similar. Plating it destroyed any collector's value, so it's only worth about $10 (11/2009) for the underlying silver, plus a small extra amount for the thin layer of gold. Unplated, it might have been worth $16 to over $100 depending on quality, mint mark, etc.
prbably 1000 dollars. in the 1700s a dollar bought an acre of land
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1900 Morgan dollar (not a Liberty) is a high mintage common date, retail values are $37.00-$41.00 depending on the gra…de of the coin.
The 1889 Morgan dollar is very common, depending on the grade retail values are $17.00-$26.00 Uncirculated coins sell for about $35.00
Please check your coin again. JFK wasn't born until 1917. If the date is in fact 1900, your coin is called a Liberty half or more commonly a Barber half after its designer C…harles Barber. There's more information at the Related Question.
In 2011, the relative value of $1.00 from 1950 ranges from $7.74 to $51.40. Also here a link to give you a good idea of costs in the 1950's. http://www.thepeoplehistory.com…/1950s.html
4-16-11>> A 1900-O Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $33.00-$40.00, typical Mint State coins are $50.00-$60.00.
The 1900 Morgan dollar is a common date of the series. Circulated examples with no mintmarks have current market values of $32.00- $39.00 depending on the actual grade of the …coin