And uncirculated coin will not have any wear at all. The best thing to do is get a copy of the ANA Grading Standards.
yes i have 1895 cc Morgan silver dollar.
For all Morgan dollars the mintmarks are on the reverse, just above the DO in DOLLAR.
Check the weight. A genuine Morgan silver dollar weighs 26.73 grams. A fake might have the correct dimensions, but the wrong metal will have the wrong weight.
Didn't know there was one of that date
If your silver dollar has scratches, dirt, or is dark colored it is circulated. If it has no scratches, is shiny, has no dirt, and looks new it is most likely uncirculated. Uncirculated silver dollars are worth more than circulated silver dollars. Many silver dollars are however circulated.
Basic Answer: Uncirculated means unused, no signs of wear. It's best to have a coin dealer or collector look at the coin to determine this.
Uncirculated coins show no wear on them. It's has not been used.
I don't know whether you are trying to trick me but the US did not mint any Silver Dollars in 1911. The Morgan Dollar was not minted from 1905 through 1920.
It's worth $30.-$158. depending on condition. I know it is uncirculated, but from MS-60-MS-65. If it is MS-67 it is over $3000.
They're all worth something due to their silver content, but anything beyond that varies by year and condition.
A uncirculated coin has not been used so it will not have any wear (or dirt) at all. You can also go on-line and find one of the many coin grading sites.
The ONLY 1971 Eisenhower dollar to have any silver (just 40%) is the "S" mint-marked Proof or Uncirculated coins that were sold from the US Mint. No other 1971 dated coins contain any silver.
If you think it's an older replica made before 1973 and does not have "copy" on it, take it to a coin dealer.
It's a silver dollar made at the San Francisco Mint during the Morgan series, issued 1878-1904 and in 1921, and named for their designer G. T. Morgan. To know its value please post a brand-new question with the coin's date, or enter the question "What is the value of a [date] US silver dollar?" in the box at the top of the page. [date] is of course your coin's specific year.
The collectible value depends on how many were struck, where it was struck, the grade (condition) of the coin, supply and demand.
do you know how much money a silver 1872 dollar coin is and a 1922 silver dollar coin
1879 U.S. Morgan silver dollars have a bullion value of about $13 today, August 25, 2017. According to PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) an 1879 Morgan dollar in circulated condition has a value of about $27 to $8000. In uncirculated condition it has a value ranging from $55 to $120,000. These values depend upon which mint issued it and the condition of the coin. There are also different varieties of design found on these coins which can also affect their value. If you have a Morgan dollar and wish to know its value I would suggest taking it to a coin dealer or two and get an estimate.
A Morgan dollar would be dated 1878-1904 or dated 1921. If you've got a silver dollar dated 1878-1904 that does not say "Trade Dollar" on the reverse, you for sure have a Morgan dollar. In practice though trade dollars are infrequently found that date from the era of the Morgan Dollar. The only other possible overlap you have is 1921. The 1921 Morgan dollar is quite common and generally sells for bullion value even in the lowest grade. On the other hand the 1921 Peace Dollar is scarce and commands a large premium over melt value, even in lower grades. The easiest way to tell if you've got a 1921 Morgan vs. a 1921 Peace dollar is to look at the reverse of the coin. If the eagle has its wings outstretched, you've got a Morgan dollar. If the eagle is perched on a rock, you've got a Peace Dollar.
A Morgan silver dollar is a large dollar coin, on the front there should be a depiction of Lady Liberty's face wearing a small crown saying "LIBERTY" on it the reverse features an eagle with olive branches and arrows and a wreath at the bottom. They were dated 1878 to 1904 and also made in 1921. The only other coin that could be easily confused with a Morgan dollar is a Peace Dollar of which some were also minted in 1921, they have the same size, but the liberty on a Peace dollar looks like there are rays coming out of her head and the reverse of a Peace dollar has an eagle perched on a rock engraved PEACE.
To get that specific of a grade, the coin would need to be examined and rated by a professional grading service.
There is no such coin as a "garland lady liberty" dollar, but from the date 1882 I know it's a MORGAN dollar and if it is a Mint State coin, value may be as high as $40.00.
All Morgan dollars have the same reverse design, with only a few very minor variations. None were minted without the words ONE DOLLAR. It's possible you have a copy, replica, or counterfeit but it would have to be examined in person to know for sure.
The date 1900 makes it a Morgan silver dollar. The mint mark is located on the reverse (tails) side, just above the letters "do" in the word "dollar." If you find the letter S, then it was minted in San Francisco.
Two kinds of silver dollars were made in 1921, a Morgan dollar & Peace dollar. The easy way to tell the difference is on the back of the Peace dollar is the word peace under the eagle so ask a new question when you know what one you have.
This entirely depends on the coin.