Yes, there were many issues of silver dollars in the 1800s, including most of the Morgan Dollar series, along with the Seated Liberty Dollars, Trade Dollars, and the Bust Dollar.
About six dollars
Silver Dollars were minted starting in 1794. There were no silver dollars minted in 1791
Double check that date, because the last year for silver dollars in that era was 1935.
No, silver dollars last minted for circulation were in 1935. No dollar coin would be minted until the Eisenhower Dollar (minted from 1971-1978) but circulation issues have no silver in them. The dollar coin was dramatically reduced in size from 1979 onwards with the advent of the Susan B Anthony dollar and later the Sacajawea dollar and the presidential dollar series.
The Sacagawea & Presidential series of dollar coins are made from copper, zinc, nickel and manganese. Eisenhower and Susan B. Anthony dollar coins are copper-nickel. The older REAL silver dollars are silver and copper.
The 1976 Eisenhower dollars are still a dollar and have no silver in them.
Sorry, silver dollars don't have genders.
Each is a different series of US silver one dollar coins, Morgan dollars were made from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921 for the last time. The first year Peace dollars were made was 1921 and made to 1928 and then in 1934 & 1935 for the last time. Each series have the same amount of silver (.77344oz) in them, but the main difference is the design of the coins.
that year they had two different types of silver dollars the Morgan Dollar and the Peace dollar
The 1977 Eisenhower dollar is NOT silver, the last 40% silver collectors coins of the series were the bicentennial coins. None of the Eisenhower dollars struck for general circulation have any silver or are worth more that face value.
There is no such thing as a 1969 silver dollar. The last true silver dollars were the Peace Dollars minted last in 1935, and then the Eisenhower Dollar was struck in copper-nickel using the same dimensions as the previous silver dollars but wasn't struck till 1971.