An 1870 US Dollar would be a Seated Liberty Dollar. The Walking Liberty design was used only on half dollars from 1916 to 1947 and on 1-oz silver bullion coins issued since 1986.
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Values for 1870 Liberty Seated Dollar coins are $240.00-$1,090.00 depending on the grade of the coin.
If you have this coin, count your blessings! In a mint state of fine (F12), its value is worth: $120,000!
No the first Carson City Dollar coin was the 1870 Seated Liberty
The earliest Carson City silver dollar is the 1870-CC Seated Liberty dollar.
What's a 1870 twenty dollar copy coin worth
U.S. Trade dollars were first issued in 1873 not 1870. A U.S. silver dollar dated 1870 is a Liberty Seated dollar. People confuse the two because the obverse design is very similar. Please look at the coin again and post new question.
The first year the Carson City mint struck any coins was 1870
Please look at the coin again and post new question. No 1870 Liberty Seated dollars have an "O" mintmark. This date can only have a "S" or "CC".
A coin in average circulated condition has values from $30.00-$75.00
The Carson City, Nevada Mint produced 3 different series of one dollar coins from 1870 to 1893. Seated Liberty / 19,288 Trade Dollar / 4,211,400 Morgan dollar / 13,862,041 TOTAL= 18,092,729
A 1840cc Liberty Seated is counterfeit. Carson City Mint was built in 1869 and struck coins from 1870 to 1893
wht is markin 1870 winchester 30 30 worth??
Two-thousand rubles in 1870 would be worth around $25,000 today.
does anyone know what an 1870 MANITOBA Prairie Crocus coin worth ? on ebay $4
5 dollars. 1970 wasn't that long ago. Now, if it were from 1870, then you'd be in business.
The word COPY means simply that - your coin is a replica, not an original, so it's only worth the value of the base metal that it's made of - perhaps a dollar or two.
Sorry, the Carson City Mint struck its first coin in 1870 look at the coin again and post new question.
Any authentic 1870-CC Double Eagle currently has a minum value of $100,000.00. 1870 was the first year of operation for the Carrson-City Mint. Of the 3,789 $20 gold coins issued from this Mint that year, less than 50 still exist.
Many of the 1870 Indian head pennies are worth around $30 each. The exact amount will depend upon their condition.
An 1870 US Half Dollar weighs 12.44grams and is 90% silver, giving it an ASW (Actual Silver Weight) of 11.196 grams or 0.36 troy ounces.
If it is a Trade Dollar dated 1870 it's a fake. The first were struck in 1873.
The 1870-1970 Manitoba coin was produced un nickel only. There are no such coin in silver.
Please check your coin again. It's a dollar rather than "doolar" and it can't be from 1847 because the Carson City Mint opened in 1870.
Check that coin again. The Carson City Mint didn't begin producing coins until 1870, and the trade dollar wasn't introduced until 1873.