Combined with dates and mintmarks there are 18 Morgan dollars struck in the 20Th century.
Yes, Morgan dollars are made out of 90% silver.
No, in fact there are no 1876 Morgan dollars because the first year of issue of the Morgan dollar was in 1878.
George T. Morgan is famous for designing and engraving the Morgan Silver Dollars (1878-1904 & 1921), which are named after him.
The "Morgan" of the Morgan dollars was the designer of the coin: George T. Morgan. The face on the obverse of the coin is a generic representation of Lady Liberty. See the Related Links for more information on the Morgan dollar and its designer.
There is a new one called the Red book, also some online guides. See below links.
US Trade dollars have more silver in them than Morgan dollars do. But in general the Morgans have higher values.
Most common Morgan silver dollars are worth around 20 to 40 dollars in lower circulated condition. See the link below for a price guide and then you can see common Morgan silver dollars.
The 1921 Morgan dollars regardless of mint-marks are the most common date of all Morgans. A circulated coin has a retail value of $30.00-$40.00. Morgan dollars. The 1921 Morgan dollars regardless of mint-marks are the most common date of all Morgans. A circulated coin has a retail value of $30.00-$40.00. Morgan dollars
Depending on condition, date and mintmarks, the series of Morgan dollars has coins with values from $25.00 to more than one million dollars.
Yes. All Morgan silver dollars were made with 90% silver and 10% copper.
Morgan dollars are silver, not gold.
Morgan dollars were first produced in 1878. Big amounts of the Morgan dollars were produced but only few were used as money because their size was too large to carry so silver certificates was used instead.
Each coin will have to be graded an assessed for a value. Take it to a local coin dealer or collector for a better idea of the value of the coins.
The last Morgan dollars were minted in 1921.
The last year for Morgan dollars was 1921.
That's an apples and oranges question. The terms describe very different things. "Morgan" refers to the design used on dollars minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921. They were designed by George Morgan. "New Orleans" refers to the mint where some dollar coins were struck during the years 1846-1860 and 1879-1904. So, to sound like one of those questions on a high-school standardized test, > Some Morgan dollars were made in New Orleans > Some dollars made in New Orleans were Morgan dollars > Many Morgan dollars were not made in New Orleans > Some dollars made in New Orleans were not Morgan dollars.
There's no such coin. The last Morgan-design dollars were minted in 1921. All dollars after that used the Peace design.
Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921. Please check your coin again and post a new question
With current mintage data, 129,929,633 Morgan dollars were struck at the San Francisco Mint.
Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921. No US dollars were minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835.
The New Orleans Mint struck Morgan dollars from 1879-1904, so 25 years.
A 1926 Morgan dollar would be an incredible coin because the last dollars with the Morgan design were made in 1921. All dollars dated 1926 are Peace dollars. See the related question for more information.
The same as they have been for a while as long as the silver price stays steady. If the value of silver goes up so will the value of Morgan dollars. If the value of silver decreases so will the value of your Morgan dollars. An average Morgan dollar can be worth anywhere from 30- 300 dollars depending on condition, date, and mintmark. Some can even be worth more. See the related link below for an online price guide of Morgan silver dollars.
Uh, not exactly .... "Morgan Stanley" is the name of a Wall Street financial company. The coins you're referring to are just called "Morgan" dollars after their designer, George Morgan. They were minted from 1878 to 1904, and again in 1921.
Morgan dollars were made from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921.
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