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How much is an 1835 Morgan silver dollar worth?

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2008-12-28 20:30:58
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Please post a new question. The first Morgan dollar was minted in 1878. No silver dollars at all were made in 1835.

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Please look at the coin again, no US one dollar silver coins were made in 1835, and no "E" mintmarks exist.


Please look at the coin again and post new question. No U.S. silver dollars were made in 1835.


Please check your coin again. It's either not a dollar, not a Morgan-design dollar, or not from 1823. Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921. No US silver dollars were made for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive.


Please check again and post a new question. No circulating silver dollars were struck between 1804 and 1835 inclusive, and the Morgan name applies only to silver dollars dated 1878-1904 and 1921 that were designed by G. T. Morgan.


No silver dollars were minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive. If your coin appears to be an 1835 dollar, it's one of the many counterfeits that have flooded the market in the last couple of decades.


Please rephrase the question. It can't be a silver dollar because that denomination wasn't minted for circulation between 1804 and 1835 inclusive.


according to my source, no dollar coins were struck from 1805 to 1835. check with pro. coin dealer to see if it is counterfeit.


Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921. No US dollars were minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835.


The US didn't mint any silver dollars for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive.


There was no coin called an eagle dollar until 1986. Eagles are special bullion coins containing 1 oz of silver and sold to collectors and investors. Up till 1935, US silver dollars contained about 0.77 oz. of silver and were intended for use in ordinary commerce. They were worth exactly $1 because the price of silver was controlled. Finally, no dollar coins of any kind were made for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive, so there would not be an 1824 silver dollar.


No US dollar coins were minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835. Look at the coin again and post new question.


Silver dollars were not minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive. Please check again and post a new question.


The U.S. did not make any silver dollars for circulation from 1804 to 1835. Please check again and post a new question. If your coin really does appear to be a $1 piece dated 1807 it's a counterfeit.


It would be an extraordinary coin because: > The first Morgan dollars were made in 1878 > The U.S. didn't make any kind of silver dollars for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive. The market has been flooded with counterfeits, some very good and some laughably bad, with impossible dates and designs. If your coin really looks like a Morgan dollar and is dated 1822 it's a fake. If it's something else, please check again and post a new question.


The U.S. did not strike any dollars between 1805 and 1835 inclusive. If you have a dollar coin with the date 1822 on it, it is counterfeit.


Have you looked on the reverse side of the coin? Does it say 50c on the back? There were no US silver dollars minted from 1805 to 1835 inclusive.


Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question. No US silver dollars were minted from 1805 to 1835 inclusive.


Please check your coin again. No US silver dollars were minted in 1835, and the New Orleans Mint didn't open until 1838. The market has been flooded with counterfeit dollars over the last 20 years or so, and some of them are very badly done. If your coin really purports to be an 1835-O dollar, you have one of those fakes, I'm sorry to say.


The U.S. didn't make any silver dollars for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive. Please check again and post a new question. If your coin definitely appears to be a dollar with that date you have either a fantasy piece or a counterfeit.


There were no US silver dollars minted for circulation between 1804 and 1835 inclusive. Please check your coin again and post a new question.If the denomination is in fact $1 and the date is 1834 it's likely that you have one of the many counterfeit pieces that have been made in the Far East during the last few decades.If the date is worn and is actually 1884 you have what's called a Morgan dollar.


The U.S. did not make any silver dollars from 1804 to 1835 inclusive. There has been a flood of counterfeit dollar coins on the market over the last couple of decades, some good, but many with significant goofs in date and/or design. If you have an "1834 dollar" it is one of the latter, I'm afraid.


It would be pretty difficult to have an 1825 silver dollar because the U.S. didn't mint that denomination for circulation between 1804 and 1835 inclusive. Please check your coin again and post a new question. If it really says "one dollar" on the back it's counterfeit.


Look at the coin again and post new question. The US did not make any one dollar coins from 1805 to 1835.


Please check your coin and post a new question. No U.S. silver dollars were minted for circulation from 1804 to 1835 inclusive. If you have a large dollar-sized coin with that date it's either a fantasy piece or a counterfeit. The market has been flooded with fake "dollars", many very good, and some laughably bad with impossible dates and/or designs.


No silver dollars were dated between 1804 and 1836, although those dated 1804 were minted around 1834. A flood of counterfeit dollars has hit the market over the last 15-20 years. Some are very good and some are laughably bad with impossible dates and designs. If you really have an "1835 dollar" it is likely to be one of the latter fakes.



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