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Answered 2012-08-23 05:58:02

Check that coin again. The Morgan dollar wasn't first minted until 1878.

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No US dollars were struck in 1833 look at the back of the coin it's likely a half dollar. Post new question. That answer is strange as I am sitting here holding in my hand a 1833 Morgan Silver Dollar that clearly states on the back One Dollar This coin came from my great great uncle who worked for the FBI


There were no silver dollars produced in the United States in 1833 (or at any time from 1805 through 1835). Please check your coin again. If it's not a dollar or has a different date, please post a new question with the updated information. If it is an "1833 dollar" you either have a privately-minted piece or a counterfeit.


Please recompose your inquiry to include exactly what you desire to know about the coin.


Michael Ryan Morgan was born in 1833.


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Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921.No US dollars were minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835.Morgan dollars were not issued until 1878. Could you please post a new question with more information, including the coin's condition and mint mark (if it has one)? Thanks!


OMG! you have one of those! Right now at most retailers Smyth, Jared, etc. you can sell those for a minimum of 100,000,000 dollars!


Please look at the coin again and post new question, no US dollars were made in 1833


value depends on condition of coin


Not worth much. Face value or depending how much silver and grade of silver it was made of and from. Mexican money is pretty much worthless as is many other countries around the world. Russia, Canada, examples --Monies is worth only face value.


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Post a new question and include denomination and mint-mark if it has one.


I assume you're referring to US coins.Since nickels are worth $0.05 each, 1833 nickels are worth $91.65.If you mean nickels dated 1833 ... technically there were no nickels in 1833. There was a five cent coin, but it was called a "half dime"; the word "nickel" was not used because at the time five cent coins were still being made of silver rather than a cupronickel alloy. An 1833 half-dime might be worth $50 on more depending on condition.


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