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How much is a 1888 Susan B Anthony coin?

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2011-03-23 01:53:56
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No such coin exists. The Susan B Anthony dollar was only minted in 1979, 1980, 1981 and in 1999.

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Only a dollar. There is no premium for this coin.


Susan B Anthony dollar coins are still in general circulation, so a circulated coin is worth about the face value $1.


If the coin is dated 1881, then that's probably a Morgan silver dollar. Susan B. Anthony was featured on a small dollar in 1979-81.


The coin is a Susan B. Anthony dollar and has no silver in it, it's just a dollar coin.


Susan B. Anthony dollars were not minted until 1979. Please examine your coin and then submit a new question giving its date and denomination.


The Susan B. Anthony coin is a dollar, not a quarter. With the exception of a couple of proof examples, it is worth about a dollar.


Susan B. Anthony appeared on the dollar coin for the first time in 1979. A US dollar coin dated 1901 is a Morgan dollar with Miss Liberty on the obverse (front) of the coin.


The coin is a Susan B. Anthony dollar and has no silver in it, it's just a dollar coin.


The coin is still in circulation and only face value.


Please check the coin again, Susan B. Anthony first appered on the 1979 one dollar coin, with a date of 1924 the coin is a Peace dollar and they were never struck in gold. The last year a gold US one dollar coin was made was 1889.


The coin is still in circulation today it's value is $1.00


Of the 3 silver coins struck in 1943 none look like Susan B. Anthony, a denomination is also needed, post new question.


Don't assume that every woman on a US coin is Susan B. Anthony. The coin you have carries a picture of Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..." and is called a Peace dollar. Anthony dollars were made much later - 1979 to 1981 and 1999.Please see the Related Question.


The coin is just a Peace dollar a Susan B. Anthony dollar is a very different coin. The date is so common retail values are only $16.00-$19.00 for circulated coins and about $21.00 for mint state coins.


The coin is not a silver liberty dollar. It's a 1979 Susan B. Anthony Dollar coin and has no silver in it and the value is one dollar.



To buy? You can buy them for $1 at many banks, they are not rare coins, simply unpopular coins.


Please check the date again, no SBA coins were struck dated 1982.


That's Susan B. Anthony, not Betsy Ross, and it's worth one dollar.


You could not have an 1887 Susan B. Anthony dollar for several reasons: > Anthony dollars were struck only in 1979-81 and 1999 > Ms. Anthony was very much alive in 1887 so her portrait couldn't legally be used on a coin > She was considered a rabble-rouser by the male-dominated society of the day so there is no way her portrait would be approved for use on a coin in any case. Bottom line, remember the Statue of Liberty? Compare the face on the statue to the face on the coin...


With the date of 1979 it's just a Susan B. Anthony dollar coin and has no silver in it so spend it.


Please don't assume that every woman on an American coin has to be Susan B. Anthony. Your coin shows a picture of Miss Liberty, as in "Statue of ..." There's more information at the Related Question. Remember American history. In 1892 Ms. Anthony was very much alive so she legally couldn't be depicted on a coin. Moreover she was reviled for her campaigns to win equal rights for women so there was zero chance that the male-only politicians of the era would have honored her on a coin.


Sorry, the Susan B. Anthony dollar was never struck in silver. They were made of copper-nickel just like dimes, quarters, and half dollars. Unless it's an uncirculated or proof coin, it's only worth $1.


Double check either the date or the figure on the coin. Anthony was on the small dollar coin from 1979-81 and again in 1999. If the coin was minted in 1905, then it's a dime, quarter, or half dollar, and the design is known as Barber (named for the engraver). In that case, the value depends on the denomination.


Susan B. Anthony One Dollar coins were not struck until 1979. If it's a large silver dollar coin dated 1881 with a S on the back. Then it's called a MORGAN dollar and has a retail value of $15.00 to $30.00 in circulated condition.



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