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Peace dollars were minted from late 1921 to 1935. The older series is called a Morgan dollar after its designer, George T. Morgan.

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If it's a copy, it's worth next to nothing.


Average retail for this coin is $160.00-$490.00 depending on grade


The 1900 is worth about $17.00. The 1893 is worth a whole lot, somewhere around 1,800 dollars but the 1900 isnt worth as much.



The 1893-S Morgan is a key-date/mint coin of the series. Any example needs to be authenticated. Average retail value for a circulated coin starts at $2,000.00.


The 1893-S Morgan dollar is considered the key-date coin of the series. If you actually have one, I strongly suggest authentication. Most known examples are in the Very Fine grade range with a minimum value of $5,000.00.


No. The Carson City mint closed in 1893.


Try a local pawn shop, or eBay!


It is 90% silver and 10% copper like all US quarter, half-dollar, dimes and silver dollar coins before 1965.


This piece has no numismatic value. It IS NOT a U.S. Mint issue. The value is only what someone is willing to pay.



The Colombian half dollar is a commemorative coin from 1893 it can be worth a lot depending on its mint state.


In circulated condition, these are worth about $8.00 A real nice uncirculated one is worth about $50.00


It is 90% silver like circulation half dollars bearing that date.


From $5300 to over $1,000,000 depending upon the condition of the coin.


Because you may have additional Morgans and know about mint marks and grading, here's a link to one of the better price guides that I've found:


1893 was the last year Morgan dollars were issued from the Carson-City Mint.


If you have a 1895 Morgan with a Carson-City mintmark it's fake. 1893 was the last CC Morgan dollar.


The rarest and most valuable Morgan dollar is the 1893-S, with a mintage of only 100,000. Prices for this date start at about $2,000.


$10 to $60 depending upon the condition of the coin.


Because you may have additional Morgans and know about mint marks and grading, here's a link to one of the better price guides that I've found:


Please check your coin again. The Carson City Mint closed in 1893.


Please check your coin again. The Carson City Mint closed in 1893.


There is no way to know exactly how many people have an 1893-S Morgan Dollar. 116 years ago the US Mint in San Francisco struck 100,000 of the 1893-S dollars so, we can say there are no more than 100,000 people with one of these coins.


No there is not. US silver dollars were only minted in Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco in 1903. Carson City mint operated from 1870 to 1893.



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