How much is a 1885 E Pluribus Unum One Dollar Coin worth?
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.
View the links below see more values for each mint in other intermediate coin conditions.
How much is an E Pluribus Unum coin made in 1884 with an the eagle and a bit of writing on the front worth?
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1900 Morgan dollar dollar is a common date of the series. Retail values are $30.00-$39.00 depending on the grade of the coin. Also there is no such thing as a E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin. This Latin phrase is the national motto and is on all Morgan dollars.
....All E Pluribus Unum tells us is that the coin was minted in the US. You need to give us the denomination of the coin along with the design of the coin if you have a dollar coin (both Peace dollars and Morgan dollars were minted that year, with the Peace dollar having a significant premium over a 1921 Morgan dollar) along with an estimate of condition and any applicable mintmarks.
An 1885 Morgan silver dollar is still legal tender at face value of one dollar, though it's currently worth nearly $20 for the silver content. If by chance the coin is golden in color and a little bigger than a quarter, and either says Chester A. Arthur 1881-1885 or Grover Cleveland 1885-1889, then it's a modern presidential dollar, worth one dollar.
First of all, there is no such coin as an E PLURIBUS UNUM coin of any type!!!! E PLURIBUS UNUM is the NATOINAL MOTTO that appears on all most every coin ever made by the U.S. and all modern coins from 1938 to 2012. A one dollar coin dated 1979 is a Susan B. Anthony dollar.They are only slightly bigger than a quarter and none of them were struck in silver. The coin is only…
I have a 1885 silver dollar on the front it says e pluribus urus on the top then 1885 on the bottom with nothing else besides the lady on it no small print or anything what is it?
If you mean a 1890-S MORGAN dollar? It's a common coin. Circulated coins have retail values of $38.00-$50.00 depending on the grade of the coin. The Latin phrase E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is NOT a type or name of ANY U.S. coin. It's the national motto that appears one almost EVERY coin made by the United States.