It means it was minted in New Orleans.
No, no dollar coins were minted there in 1847. Early silver dollar production at New Orleans was intermittent. They were only struck there in 1846, 1850, 1859, and 1860 before the Mint was captured by the Confederacy. Following the Civil War dollar production at New Orleans was much more frequent.
It means the coin was minted in New Orleans.
If it's a gold-colored "Loon" dollar, it has no silver at all. "Loonies" minted in 2001 are made of brass-plated nickel.
New Orleans struck silver dollars for about 75 years. Please post a new question with the coin's date.
Trade dollars were US coins made in silver to trade in the far East. However, your coin, if it is an 1884 Trade Dollar, it is counterfeit. There were only 10 examples minted that year, all of them are known. So, when it comes to value, the only value your coin can have is if it is minted in real silver, if it is minted in real silver, it is worth however much silver is in your coin. If it is silver plated lead, or silver plated copper, or non-silver alloy like "nickel silver" your coin is essentially worthless.
The last silver half dollar was minted in 1969.
The O mint mark means the coin was minted in New Orleans.
Silver Dollars were minted starting in 1794. There were no silver dollars minted in 1791
Morgan silver dollar minted in New Orleans, Louisiana [ O mint mark ] in 1881.........5,708,000
1878 proof Trade Dollar. There were 900 minted.
The "O" mintmark identifies the Mint at New Orleans, LA
The coin is common, circulated examples are $17.00-$26.00 retail.
There was no 1999-O dollar minted. The O mint mark signified the New Orleans Mint, which closed down 90 years earlier. The only dollars minted by the US Mint were the Susan B. Anthony dollar, which contained no silver at all, and the American Silver Eagle, which contained roughly 1 oz. of silver.
The first Morgan was struck in 1878 and no silver dollars were struck at the New Orleans Mint in 1865. Look at the coin again and post new question.
There was no silver dollar minted in the U.S. in 1958.
Not enough details. New Orleans minted Morgan dollars from 1879 to 1904. Please post a new question with the coin's date.
No such coin exists. Silver dollars were last minted for circulation in 1935, and the last silver dollar sized coin was the Eisenhower dollar of 1971-1978, there was no dollar coin minted in 1967.
The last 90% silver half dollars were minted in 1964, but they continued to be minted in 40% silver until 1970.
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.
There were no silver dollars minted in 1945.
No such thing. There were no silver dollars minted that year.
The only silver dollar minted by the US Treasury in 1900 was the Morgan Dollar.
Pennies were not minted in silver. If you have a silver Penny it is because somebody has plated it. Modified coins have no value.