Peace dollars were minted from 1921 to 1935. A dollar dated 1898 would be called a Morgan dollar, after its designer George Morgan.
Assuming it's circulated, has no mintmarks and depending on the actual grade, values are $32.00-$39.00. The 1898 MORGAN dollar is very common.
As of 4/12 a 1898 O Morgan silver dollar in MS-65 condition is worth $238.
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The 1898 Morgan is a common coin, retail values are $26.00-$32.00 depending on how much wear the coin actually has.
If you mean an 1898 Morgan with no mintmarks, the coin is common. Circulated examples are $30.00-$37.00. Mint State coins are $40.00-$50.00
Yes it's 90% silver 10% copper
There were no gold coins of that denomination made in 1898; if you have one, it may not be real gold and it may have been designed as a promotional item. Perhaps you mean a silver dollar. These were called Morgan silver dollars, after their designer, George T. Morgan. In poor condition, this coin is valued at about $31, and in excellent condition, it can bring as much as $331. Or maybe you are asking about a gold coin of another amount-- there was a gold coin in 1898, the Liberty $2.5 dollar denomination. One of these in perfect condition can be worth as much as $447.
All Morgan and Peace dollars are made of an alloy of 90% silver and 10% copper. The coins weigh about 26.7 gm when new, so they have around 24 gm (0.77 troy oz) of pure silver.
Value is $17.00-$26.00
Roughly $14 to $20 depending on condition.
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The coin is a very common Morgan dollar, circulated examples sell for $17.00-$26.00
No. The Carson City mint closed in 1893.
The coin is a Morgan dollar the date 1898 is very common and assuming it's circulated, retail values are $17.00-$26.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.
I love the history of Morgan Dollar starting in 1878 with the Bland-Allison Act that required the Treasury purchase a grand total of 2-4 million dollars of silver every month. By 1890 the government passed a new act called the Sherman Silver Purchase Act now the treasury had to purchase $4,500,000 ounces of silver every month. A lot of that silver found a home sitting in the treasury vaults instead of being minted. So in 1898 congress approved yet another bill that required that silver be minted. By 1904 the storage of silver had run out and so did the time for the Morgan Dollar. But wait in 1918 the Pittman Act was passed this authorized the melting of up to 350,000,000 silver dollars. One provision in the act stated the replacement of all silver dollars melted thus we have one more year in 1921 that the Morgan Dollar was minted. That same year the Peace dollar was minted.
It's only worth whatever you can get for it, because it is fake. The US did not issue 1898 CC Morgans. The chinese, however, have shipped a lot of fake 1898 CC Morgans to the US.
Troop 'H' Denver Col- - 1898 was released on: USA: July 1898
1898 copper ten dollar of us dollar?
Assuming the coin is circulated with no mintmark and still in collectible condition, the 1898 Morgan is a common coin, current average values are $38.00-$41.00 depending on the grade of the coin.
This coin in circulated condition is worth around $27. This coin in uncirculated condition is worth around $270.
Please check your coin.Queen Elizabeth II was not born until 1926 and did not become queen until 1953.What you probably have is an AMERICAN $1 piece called a Morgan dollar in honor of its designer. The woman on the front is a representation of Miss Liberty. There's more information at the question "What is the value of an 1899 US silver dollar?".