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How much is one pound 1878 Morgan silver dollar piece worth?

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around 460 dollars at current prices

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This would have 16 ounces of silver. The spot price of silver is $28.08. So a 1 pound silver coin is worth $449.28.


You really can't without testing it for silver. Since the US Mint didn't produce Morgan dollars that weighed a pound, you can't simply look if the image doesn't look right because they were made by multiple private mints and there are no specifications for it so you will simply have to take it to a jeweler and have it acid tested.


In 1996, a half pound silver dollar was circulated. The actual silver dollar is worth around 250 to 300 dollars, because it is around 99 percent silver. A replica of this coin is only worth the amount of silver that it is made with, which would likely be just a few dollars at most.


The British Pound is backed by silver where as the US dollar isn't backed by anything as use to be in the 18th century.


512.00 is the spot price on the current market for 1 pound troy ounce fine silver morgan dollar proff dated 1878 but my advice is find a coin dealer or even better a private coin collector and your coin would be worth closer to 750.00


The denomination of the coin is a DOLLAR not a POUND and is referred to as a Morgan dollar. The coin is common and has retail values of $17.00-$26.00


One half pound five hundred dollar silver certificate 1996 .999 fine silver


As of 10-21-11 silver is $31.40 per ounce. If the piece is .999 Fine silver the value is about $500.00.


First weigh the coin! Then look up value of silver... They only worth scrap value!


One troy pound is 12 troy ounces. Silver was selling for $17.18 per ounce last Friday. That comes to $206.16.


8-16-11>>> If this piece IS one pound of .999 silver, today the value is about $630.00


Is a dollar more money than a british pound?


The US never made a 1 lb fine silver coin in 1888 or any other year. The highest-value circulating silver coin at the time was the famous "Morgan" silver dollar, named for its designer. What you probably have is a modern bullion piece that uses a version of the same design, but sold to collectors and investors for its metal content. Its value would be determined by the current price of silver, about $18 / troy ounce as of 04/2010. There are about 14.6 troy ounces in a standard US pound.


One pound of gold weighs the same as one pound of silver.


It's worth 448 dollars if the price of silver is 14 dollar and ounce.


Half-pound equal 1 dollar.


silver price per pound


if it says .999 fine silver then its worth about 12 times 40 (480) if it says one troy pound and it looks silver then it is a plated fake and its worth 120


This is NOT an official US Silver Eagle. It's a bullion piece from a private mint made to look like a Silver Eagle. Assuming it's .999 fine silver, as of 10-11-11 silver is $31.79 per ounce and a pound has 16 ounces so... $31.79 X 16 = $508.64


One pound of silver = 14.583 troy ounces


This is NOT an official US Silver Eagle. It's a bullion piece from a private mint made to look like a Silver Eagle. Assuming it's .999 fine silver, as of 10-11-11 silver is $31.79 per ounce and a pound has 16 ounces so... $31.79 X 16 = $508.64


Since the pound is stronger than the dollar right now.


One pound of silver = 14.583 troy ounces


i believe this is a 90%silver coin and they were mostly melted down for their silver content when the weights and measures were no longer used.however they are now very scarce and highly collectable.my best guess would probably be around the 400 dollar mark.one troy pound = 12 oz silver


The answer will depend on the dollar pound exchange rate. Many countries use dollar as their currency and many countries use pound. As a result there are many dollar-pound rates. Also, these rates change over time. SO there is not enough information to answer the question.



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