The difference is in the height that the design details extend out from the surface. High reliefe coins tend to not get fully struck up on the high points of the design -- especially in the hair above the ear.
Pictures of the high & low relief coins can be seen on CoinFacts, using the link below.
There's no difference. All silver dollars minted in 1894 used the Morgan design, named for the famous designer George T. Morgan.
A high relief 1922 Peace dollar is rare, they have values of $80,000.00 or more.
A Morgan dollar IS a silver dollar. The term Morgan refers to the designer George T. Morgan who created the images used from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921.
$27 to $32,000
A silver dollar bill with a full ladder refers to the serial number on the bill either increasing or decreasing in numerical order. For example: A12345678 or A87654321.
The High Relief coin is the 1921 Peace Dollar, not the Morgan. Circulated examples are $75.00 to $180.00, depending on grade.
There is no difference. They are the same coin but many people refer to them as "Liberty Dollars".
Basicly you can't, if you think you have a "High Relief" 1922 Peace dollar, send it to a third-party grading service, any coin must be authenticated.
Aside from the minor differences in design, the greatest difference between the US Trade Dollar and the Seated Liberty Dollar is the weight. The Liberty Seated Dollar weighs 26.73 grams while the US Trade Dollar weighs 27.22 grams. Both contained 90% silver and 10% copper altthough the Trade Dollar had slightly more silver in it. The Trade Dollar was issued primarily for circulation in the Orient while the Seated Liberty Dollar was issued for circulation in the USA.
The high relief 1922 Peace dollar is a Proof only issue coin and the design elements protrude from the background higher than usual and above the rim which causes the coin not to stack well and is impractical for coinage. Most were melted at the Mint and the ones that still exist are very rare.
Replica coins are required to have the word "COPY" stamped on them somewhere.
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.
For the Peace dollar series 1935 is not a rare coin. The only rare Peace dollar is the 1922 high relief matte proof coins.
There's a set of pictures at the site under Related Links.
If it has the CC mintmark it means it was made at the Carson City mint.
Generally speaking, the Carson City silver dollar will have a greater value than one minted elsewhere during the same time period.
The 1921 Chapman was a proof version of the Morgan Dollar. Very few were minted and because of this, they command a premium price.
There is a huge difference between deep silver, sliver plating, and sterling silver. Sterling silver will not rust like other silver for example.
sterling does not tarnish
Please post a new and rephrased question. You're asking if a Carson City dollar is a Carson City dollar, which is of course ALWAYS true.
The difference between Gold and Silver is that gold is denser than silver. Therefore, a given mass of gold has a lesser volume than an equal mass of silver.
Please check the coin's date and denomination US silver dollar production was suspended between 1905 and 1920 inclusive, so there are no 1917 dollar coins. If your coin says HALF DOLLAR on the back, it's a half dollar, not a silver dollar.
If you mean a 1921 high relief Peace dollar. Circulated coins are $125.00-180.00 Mint state coins start at $250.00
Silver dollars were minted for use in circulation and spending. They contained $1 worth of silver metal, about 0.77 troy ounces at the time. Silver rounds are slightly larger (one full troy ounce, usually), and are a method of collecting and/or investing in silver. Their "one dollar" denomination is artificial, and is shown only to meet legal requirements.