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How much is a 1875 Morgan silver dollar worth?

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July 31, 2009 Morgan Silver Dollars were not minted until 1878. The silver dollar coin minted by the US Mint in 1875 was the Trade Dollar and they were struck at 3 Mint facilities; Philadelphia, shown as 1875-P , Carson City, shown as 1875-CC and San Francisco, shown as 1875-S. The mint mark can be found on the reverse [tails] side of the coin just above the letter "D" in the word "DOLLAR". The values for these coins are shown in the chart below. Circulated Grades..............1875-P............1875-CC......1875-S G4......................................$160................$200.............$90 F12.....................................$325................$350.............$150 EF40...................................$600................$550.............$250 AU55...................................$1,000.............$875.............$350 Uncirculated GradesMS60...................................$2,400..............$2,500..........$800 MS62...................................$3,200..............$3,250..........$1,400 MS63...................................$5,750..............$5,500..........$2,200 MS64...................................$9,000..............$13,500.........$3,850 MS65...................................$32,000............$40,000.........$17,500 MS66...................................$50,000............$85,000.........$27,500


Silver and copper are not magnetic materials so no American 90% silver coin will stick to a magnet.


This is a Trade Dollar and about the most faked US coin of all! The 1875 has 7 kinds of this date. Take it to a coin dealer.


It depends on the coin, like what letter is on it to tell how many was made and on the coins condition if its circulated or not. very good un circulated no letter


I have a 1875 Mexican paso 10D 20G Libartad. What's it worth?


With a date of 1875 it's not a one dollar silver coin, but a Trade Dollar that was not legal tender in the US. It was used by the government in the world market for foreign trade. Many have been counterfeited and replicas are common. Authentic coins of this date have retail values $300.00-$900.00 for circulated coins and mint state coins start at about $2,000.00. It can be worth anywhere from $125 to $12,650 USD depending on its condition.


Wallace Morgan was born in 1875.


No such coin exists. No British trade dollar was struck until 1895.


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Mary Morgan Keipp was born in 1875.


No because silver and copper are not magnetic materials and therefore will not stick. If it sticks it is fake.


For every day that is not. I shall add a dollar and two dimes.US mint. 1875.Exactly $162.48 in US dollar


In 1875 silver dollars were called Trade Dollars and are valued from $200 to $125,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.


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