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How much is a 1885 E Pluribus Unum One Dollar Coin worth?

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2010-09-30 18:51:53
2010-09-30 18:51:53

Actually, this dollar is known as a Morgan Silver Dollar, which has a large "E Pluribus Unum" motton on the front of every one these types of coins. The value depends on where it was minted and the condition of the coin. It was minted in Philadelphia, Carson City, New Orleans and San Francisco. Here are the prices according to USA Coin Book:

Philadelphia (no mint mark): $19 in good condition up to $40 in MS60 mint condition. in MS65 Brilliant Uncirculated condition, it is worth $163. Also, proof coins were minted from Philadelphia and one of these are worth $2,600 in PR63 Choice Proof condition.

Carson City (large "CC" mint mark): $360 in good condition up to $610 in MS60 mint condition. in MS65 Brilliant Uncirculated condition, it is worth $1,650.

New Orleans (large "O" mint mark): $19 in good condition up to $40 in MS60 mint condition. in MS65 Brilliant Uncirculated condition, it is worth $163.

San Francisco (large "S" mint mark): $32 in good condition up to $240 in MS60 mint condition. in MS65 Brilliant Uncirculated condition, it is worth $1,650.

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