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1 dollar. They equal the same value.

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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.


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


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


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.


It depends on the denominations of the coins, a silver dollar weighs a lot more than a dime.


Morgan dollars contain 412.500 Grains of silver.


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.


US silver dollars were first made in 1794. Production of them was suspended at times since then. The last true silver dollar for circulation was minted in 1935. Even though when they were resumed in 1971 they no longer contained silver many people still refered to them as silver dollars. With the change to a bronze dollar coin the term "silver" is not used except for the older and bigger dollar coins.


One American Silver eagle dollar will make an ounce of silver. Only silver dollars dated 1935 and older contain silver. They contain about .77 troy ounces of silver. So about 1.3 Silver dollars 1935 and older would make an ounce of silver.


US silver dollars weigh 26.73 grams and contain 90% silver. Do a little math and that converts to 0.7736 troy ounces of silver per silver dollar.


The 1964 Kennedy half dollar contain 11.25 grams of silver. Kennedy half dollars from 1965 through 1970 contain 4.60 grams of silver.


Non common? Please rephrase question. Many "Silver Dollars" were struck in the 1800's.


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


there are many different variations of a $1 coin. There used to be silver dollars and now they are producing golden dollars with different faces on them.


Sorry, no such coin as a "Kennedy silver dollar", JFK only appears on the Half dollars from 1964 to date. Look at the coin again and post new question.


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


No simple answer, many US silver dollars are considered rare for different reasons, be more specific and post new question.


No simple answer, many US silver dollars are considered rare for different reasons, be more specific and post new question.



Please check your coin carefully. The U.S. didn't mint any silver dollars for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive. If the denomination is a dollar and it's dated 1815 you have one of the many counterfeit "dollars" that have flooded the market in recent years.


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).


A half, a quarter, 27, 434, one, etc. There is no set weight for silver bars and they range in size from a gram or less (about 1/25th of a silver dollar) all the way to multiple kilograms (several hundred silver dollars).


Canadian silver dollars (1935-1967) were 80% silver/20%copper and weighed 23.33 grams, which works out to 0.6 troy ounces of silver per coin.


8-21-11>>> No true silver dollar (1794-1935) has a full ounce of silver. The Actual Silver Weight is .77344oz of pure silver. There are other countries besides the USA (notably Canada) that mint silver dollars that are above 98% pure silver. These are generally commemorative mintings and are not normally circulated.


No silver dollars were minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive. If your coin appears to be an 1835 dollar, it's one of the many counterfeits that have flooded the market in the last couple of decades.



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