An authentic Philadelphia issued (no mintmark) 1895 Morgan dollar has a average minimum value of $15,000.00. This is a very low mintage Proof only coin that is rare. Many copy's an replicas exist.
yes i have 1895 cc Morgan silver dollar.
If you have a 1895 Morgan with a Carson-City mintmark it's fake. 1893 was the last CC Morgan dollar.
The highest price paid to date for a Morgan was $575,000.00 for a 1895-O graded MS-67 in Nov. 2005.
The 1895 Morgan dollar is a proof only issue and is valued at well over $30,000.00
In terms of the number made, that would be the 1895 Morgan silver dollar minted in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Only 12,880 were struck.
Below is a picture of a Morgan dollar coin.
Morgan Silver Dollars were struck in 1895
About $3000. Exceptional coins command a higher value.
A copy of a rare coin is generally only worth its metal value. If it was struck in silver you will at least be able to recover something, but many copies are simply a base metal plated with silver or even just a silver-colored metal. 1895 is one of the rarest dates for Morgan silver dollars. The related question has more information about prices of genuine ones.
The 1895 Morgan with NO MINTMARK is a proof only key-date coin of the series. Genuine examples have retail values starting at $20,000.00 and go over $40,000.00 Many copy's and replicas exist.
1895 is a proof only issue and the key-date of all proof Morgans, some have sold for under $50,000.00 others anywere from $53,000.00 to over $500,000.00
1893 was the last year a Morgan dollar was struck at the Carson-City Mint. Look at the coin again and post new question.
The 1895 year would be your answer
The single most valuable Morgan dollar is the 1893-S. A few other notable dates are the 1881-CC, '85-CC, '89-CC, '93-CC, 1894, 1895-O and S, and 1903-O.
The 1895 Morgan with NO MINTMARK is a proof only key-date coin of the series. Genuine examples have retail values starting at $20,000.00 and go over $40,000.00. Many copy's and replicas exist.
A U.S. 1895 Morgan with NO MINTMARK is a proof only key-date coin of the series. Genuine examples have retail values starting at $20,000.00 and go over $40,000.00 Many copy's and replicas exist.
The 1895 P Morgan Dollar is known as the "King of the Morgan Dollars" because it is the rarest and most valuable of the entire Morgan Dollar series. PF-68 specimens of this rare coin have sold for upwards of $120,000 at auction. According to U.S. Mint records, the Philadelphia Mint struck only 12,000 regular circulation Morgan Dollars in 1895, and struck only 880 Proof specimens. However, only 75 to 80 of the 1895 Morgans have been accounted for, all of them Proofs. Where did 12,000 plus coins go? Numismatic scholars are divided in their opinions as to why the 12,000 business strike specimens of the 1895 P Morgan Silver Dollar have vanished into history. Most believe that the coins were never minted in the first place, and that this notation in the Mint accounting ledgers is in error. Some believe that the coins were minted, but melted down for various reasons. It's even believed that the coins may have been lost at sea in a shipwreck. If you ever find one... the sky's the limit with this coin.
there are many ways to proove it, one of the best ways is to send it to a coin grading company, they will grade your coun and send it right back to you.
One dollar in 1895 would be worth $28.57 in 2014. That would mean that $200,000 in 1895 would be worth $5,714,285.71 today.
It looks the same as all the other Morgan dollars.
A simple answer is the 1893, 1895 & 1903 Morgan dollars from the New Orleans Mint typicaly have the highest values.
In circulated condition, it's worth about a dollar.
If you have an 1895 Morgan dollar with no mint mark it should be examined in person by an expert to make sure that it is not a counterfeit or altered coin. All genuine 1895 Philadelphia dollars were struck only as proofs; retail prices range from $16,000 in worn condition to around $100,000 in high uncirculated grades.
it is only worth one dollar in U.S. currency.
You'll need to have the coin examined by a dealer. Even in poor condition, 1895 is a key year. Depending on the coin's mint mark it could be worth as much as $200 at retail.