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2010-06-21 00:53:49
2010-06-21 00:53:49

1887 CC doesn't exist. The Carson City mint only minted Morgan Silver Dollars from 1878 through 1885. After 1885, production ceased, only to later resume production of Morgan Silver Dollars from 1889 through 1893 (the final year).

If you're asking because you bought an "1887 CC", then you should know right off the bat it's a fake.

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Assuming you are asking about a 1887 Morgan silver dollar. Circulated coins are valued at $30.00-$40.00.


The 1887-O Morgan dollar is common, circulated examples run from $25.00-$40.00 retail depending on condition.


It really depends on condition and mint mark of 1887 Morgan dollar. For conditions below MS63, a value would be close to current silver price. MS63 can fetch a price about $100 and MS64 1887 O Morgan will be valued as much as $500+. Here is a link to a site where you can find current 1887 Morgan prices - http://www.morgandollarsilver.com/1887-morgan-silver-dollar/.


1887 is not considered a rare date for Morgan dollars. In MS-62 grade, it is currently worth about $30.00


The 1887 Morgan silver dollar is very common. Circulated coins are valued at $30.00-$40.00.


1887 is a common date for Morgan dollars. Retail values for average circulated coins are $37.00-$40.00


The 1887-O Morgan dollar is common, circulated examples run from $25.00-$40.00 retail depending on condition.


The coin is a very common MORGAN dollar, circulated examples sell for $17.00-$26.00 depending on condition.


A 1887 Morgan Silver Dollar in fine condition (F12) is worth: $23.00. In a mint state of MS60, the value rises to: $40.00


There were no silver dollars struck at Carson City in 1887. Any 1887 dollar with a CC mint mark is a counterfeit.


The coin is worth about $14.00 as of today just for the silver, if it's in a collectible circulated condition, value is $17.00-$26.00. For Morgan dollars 1887 is a very common year.


1887 is a common date Morgan retail values are $17.00-$26.00 for circulated coins. Uncirculated start at $30.00


Depending on how much wear the coin has the 1887 Morgan dollar has retail values of $17.00-$26.00, it's a very common coin


If you have an 1887 Morgan dollar with the Carson-City mintmark, it's fake. So take a good look at the coin again and post new question.


Retail values for circulated coins are $17.00-$26.00 depending on the grade.


It's common but is a little better date/mint Morgan, in the lower circulated grades values are still $17.00-$21.00 but in the AU grades values are $39.00-$64.00


No Morgan dollars were struck at the Carson-City Mint in 1886, 1887 or 1888. Any coins with these dates and "CC" mintmarks are fake.


[This is from FAQ Farmer Willbillmill:] Value of an 1887 silver eagle: There were 5 variations of this coin this year and the value varies according to which coin you have. good condition-from $10.00 to $22.00 mint condition- from $30.00 to $650.00 Proof- $1,500.00 These coins are NOT called silver eagles. That term was first used for the 1 oz bullion pieces introduced in the 1980s. Their designation is "Morgan dollar", after the designer George T. Morgan.


Mintmark's are used on coins, they do not have "proof marking's". The 1887 Morgan dollar without a mintmark was struck at the Philadelphia Mint.


Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1887 Morgan is a high mintage common date, retail values are $26.00-$31.00 depending on the grade of the coin.


Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1887 Morgan is a high mintage common date, retail values are $30.00-$39.00 depending on the grade of the coin.


Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1887 Morgan is a high mintage common date, retail values are $17.00-$26.00 depending on the grade of the coin.


how much is a 1887 silver dollor


7-30-11>>> Assuming the coin is circulated, the 1887-O Morgan is a common coin, current average values are $37.00-$45.00



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