The 1881-O Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $25.00-$35.00 for a example in circulated condition
Morgan silver dollar minted in New Orleans, Louisiana [ O mint mark ] in 1881.........5,708,000
The Denver Mint didn't begin production until 1906, and the Dahlonega Mint closed in 1861. On an 1881 silver dollar, it's probably an O for New Orleans, not a D.
"E pluribus unum" is NOT a mint mark, but rather is the motto on the Great Seal of the United States. As far as a coin value, post a new question that includes the date and actual mint mark.
$27 to $120,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.
If it has one, it's on the reverse just above the letters DO in dollar. All mintmarks for Morgan dollars are in the same location.
The 1881 Morgan is very common, circulated coins are $32.00-$39.00 depending on how much wear the coin has.
It partially depends on the mint mark, as well as condition. An 1898 dollar with either no mint mark or an O is worth $22 to $30. Then a '98-S is worth at least $24 and upwards of $150.
1881 is a relatively common date for silver dollars except for those with a CC (Carson City) mint mark. As of 12/2008 retail values are $16 in worn condition $20 with moderate wear $22 with almost no wear
By the mint mark on the reverse of the coin, but silver dollar coins with no mint mark are made in Philadelphia
above the DO in dollar on the back :]
If it has one, it can be a O, S or CC mintmark... Please note that E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is NOT a type or name for any US coin, it's a motto. All the coins in your pocket have this Latin phrase. The coin is a MORGAN dollar.
The mint mark position on all Morgan dollars is above the DO in DOLLAR. No mint mark = Philadelphia S = San Francisco O = New Orleans CC = Carson City D = Denver (1921 only)
This isn't really a question. If it's supposed to be asking the value, there isn't enough information to give an answer. Details like the date, mint mark, and condition are needed.
The mint mark on any Morgan dollar is on the reverse above the letters DO in dollar.
No mint mark means it was minted in Philadelphia.
The mint mark (if it has one) on all Morgan silver dollars is on the reverse of the coin just above the letters "DO" in dollar.
"DO" isn't a mint mark. The mint mark on a silver dollar for that year is on the reverse (tails) side, just above the letters "do" in the word "dollar."
Retail values run from $15.00 to $35.00 in circulated condition with uncirculated coins in the $40.00 to $60.00 range.
If you are asking about the morgan 1881 silver dollar it is from 21.28-22.59 . The biggest factor is what condition it is in. An uncirculated coin free of marks could get 38.53 . Add more to it's value if the mint mark in Carson City.
Mintmarks are on the reverse above the letters DO in dollar
No such thing. There were no dollar coins minted that year.
No mint mark means the coin was minted in Philadelphia.