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How much is a 1884 a 1888 and 1921 E Pluribus Unum dollar coin worth?


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2015-07-14 14:59:05
2015-07-14 14:59:05

1921 is the most common date for the Morgan Dollar series. In circulated condition it's worth about $14

1884 & 1888 are common dates too. In circulated condition they're worth $15-$16 apiece.

You can check the backs for rare mint-marks. If they have one, it would be located above the "DO" in DOLLAR.

On the 1884, look for a "CC". It will make your coin worth $70 or more.

On the 1888, look for an "S". It will make your coin worth $30-$60 or more.

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Also please note that ALL U.S. coins bear the motto "E Pluribus Unum" ("From many, one") so this is not a distinguishing characteristic of a coin. The denomination, date, mint mark, and condition are the most helpful characteristics to start with.

Common date silver dollars made prior to 1936 are worth at least the bullion value of silver it contains. To find the value (which can change on a daily basis depending on the spot price of silver) multiply .77344 times the spot price and

that will give you the bullion value of the coin. Bullion values can be found on such websites as or


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