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Exactly one. A Morgan dollar is a specific kind of silver dollar, designed by and named for George T. Morgan and minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921.

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Morgan dollars contain 412.500 Grains of silver.


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.


0.77345 Troy Ounces of Silver in a Morgan Silver Dollar.


Combined with dates and mintmarks there are 18 Morgan dollars struck in the 20Th century.


The mintage number for 1884-O Morgan dollars was 9,730,000.


There were 12,760,000 1881-S Morgan dollars minted.


A Morgan dollar weighs 26.73 grams.


A Morgan dollar has a silver content of .773 of a troy ounce in silver. Keep in mind though that some Morgan Dollars, especially those with a CC mintmark, or Morgan Dollars in mint state, may be worth more to a collector of coins than just their silver content, however, worn or common coins usually sell for only their silver content, especially with how expensive silver is now.


There is no difference. They are the same coin but many people refer to them as "Liberty Dollars".


No, in fact there are no 1876 Morgan dollars because the first year of issue of the Morgan dollar was in 1878.


Morgan dollars weigh about 26.7 grams and they're 90% silver. Grab your calculator and go from there.


It doesn't exist. "Morgan" describes the silver dollars designed by George T. Morgan that were minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921. If your coin is a genuine US silver dollar dated 1800 it would be called a Draped Bust dollar and could be quite valuable, but there are MANY counterfeits. Please see the Related Question for more details.


No true silver dollar (1794-1935) has a full ounce of silver. The Actual Silver Weight (ASW) is .77344oz of pure silver.


There are .7736 troy ounces in United States silver dollars (Morgan, Peace silver dollars). That worked out to the price of silver being fixed at $1.29/ounce. Troy ounces are heavier than avoirdupois ounces (31.1g vs. ~28g).


In the United States, just the Peace Dollar. The Morgan silver dollar's last mint year was 1921 which was the Peace Dollar's first year.


Carson City Morgan dollars were issued for many years. Each coin has its own value based upon the year it was minted and the condition of the coin.


With current mintage data, 129,929,633 Morgan dollars were struck at the San Francisco Mint.


4-23-11>> The spot price of silver is $46.61 per ounce, Morgan dollars each contain .77344oz of pure silver. $46.61 X .77344= $36.05 so the answer is one.


All Peace silver dollars dollars contain 0.77344 troy ounces of silver.


The mint mark position on all Morgan silver dollars is located between the wreath and the DO in DOLLAR. No mint mark = Philadelphia S = San Francisco O = New Orleans CC = Carson City D = Denver (1921 only) Demand for silver dollars fluctuated a lot so there were many years when one or more of the mints didn't strike the coins.


if a silver dollar is 90% silver it would take 1 and 1/10th silver dollars to make an ounce of silver


1 dollar. They equal the same value.


Three Mints struck the 1904 Morgan Dollar. Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco. The Philadelphia mint also struck a small number of proof coins that makes a total of 4 different 1904 Morgan dollars.


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.


The provisions of the Pittman Act of 1918 resulted in 270,232,722 silver dollars of unknown dates and mintmarks to have been melted.



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