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2009-08-26 00:42:53
2009-08-26 00:42:53

It will depend on condition. Worst case, all silver dollar coins are worth the .77 ounces of silver in them.

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Regardless of mint mark value is $14.00-$18.00


Two types of silver dollars were minted in 1921. If it's the more common Morgan design (eagle's wings spread) the mint mark location is above the DO in DOLLAR. No mint mark = Philadelphia D = Denver S = San Francisco The much scarcer Peace design (wings folded and the word PEACE on the back) was only minted at Philadelphia and thus doesn't have a mint mark. the "P" mint mark wasn't used on $1 coins until 1979. Please see the Related Questions for more information.


a 1921 Morgan silver dollar mint San Fransisco is worth about 18-30,000 dollars depending on the condition if uncurculated


The 1921 Morgan is the most common of all and regardless of mint mark, circulated coins sell for $14.00-$25.00 Mint state coins sell between $30.00-$40.00 and as all ways value depends on the grade.


Two types of silver dollars were minted in 1921. If it's the more common Morgan design (eagle's wings spread) the mint mark location is above the DO in DOLLAR. No mint mark = Philadelphia D = Denver S = San Francisco The much scarcer Peace design (wings folded and the word PEACE on the back) was only minted at Philadelphia and thus doesn't have a mint mark. the "P" mint mark wasn't used on $1 coins until 1979. You can't find the "mint state" on a coin. That's a term relating to the coin's condition, and loosely means that the coin looks exactly like it did the day it came from the mint. Please see the Related Questions for more information.


it depends on the mint mark. no mint mark 185- 1500 dollars. with cc 900-30,000 dollars. with s mint mark 275 to 16,000 dollars.


Please look at the coin again. There are no 1921 CC Morgan dollars.


This usually means it has a "P" mint mark which is often not printed. It stands for Philadelphia. Also your coin may be worn too much and the mint mark is not visible any more.



Please be more specific, which mintmark?


With no mint mark, or an O or S over the ONE in ONE DOLLAR, it's worth $17-20. With a "CC" mint mark, that range jumps to $75-100.


The 1921 Morgan is the highest mintage, most common of all Morgan dollars. Retail values are $25.00-$45.00 for a average Mint State coin.


In average condition, about $165 regardless of mint mark. If only some wear shows: "C" mint mark - $1600 to $2000 "D" mint mark - $2700 to $5000


There are 3 possible mint marks - O, S, and CC. Please post a new question with the specific mark on your coin.


The 1921 Morgan dollar regardless of mintmark is the most common of the entire series. Circulated coins are only valued at $16.00-$23.00, Mint State at $24.00$34.00


It depends on which mintmark? Post new question.


Half a dollar Depends on the mint mark - if it has an "S" and is in its original packaging it might sell for a couple of dollars.


ALL U.S. coins have the word Liberty on them, and dollar coins made in 1935 and earlier ALL have a picture of Lady Liberty as well, so you'll need to post a much more specific question. Give the coin's date, how worn it is, and whether it has a mint mark. On dollars from 1922-35, the mint mark will be a small D or S near the word ONE on the back. From 1878 to 1921, look under the eagle for a small O, CC, or S; D is on some 1921 coins. Old dollar coins from the Phila. mint do not have mint marks - only coins from 1980 forward (or 1979 $1) have a P.


Please post more specific questions. Provide the coins' specific dates, and whether there is a small mint mark letter on the back (over DO in DOLLAR, up to 1921; near the word ONE, 1922 and later).


$5 to $9,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.


$27 to $350,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.


The 1879 Morgan dollar with no mint mark is common. A circulated coin is worth $32.00-$39.00. Average Mint State coins are $42.00 to $55.00


The coin is a 1921 Morgan dollar struck at the Denver mint and has retail values of $15.00-$25.00 in circulated condition, uncirculated coins are only valued at $30.00. 1921 is the most common date for all Morgan dollars.


There is around .77 ounces in a 1921 US silver dollar.


It depends if this coin is the peace dollar or the Morgan dollar. Both were made in 1921.



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