The coin is a 1922 Peace dollar not an E PLURIBUS UNUM coin, circulated coins have retail values of $16.00-$20.00.
E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is NOT a type of silver dollar, it is the national motto that is on most coins. The coin is a Morgan dollar with a value in the $28.00-$30.00 range.
The coin is a Morgan Dollar. The motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all US coins of that date. 1902 is a common date for this series, circulated coins have retail values of $17.00-$33.00 depending on the grade of the coin.
The coin is a Liberty Walking half dollar not an Pluribus Unum, most coins have a lot of wear and retail values are $8.00-$9.00 better coins showing medium wear are $15.00-$$30.00 and coins with light wear run $35.00-$60.00
It's a very common Morgan dollar with values of $17.00-$26.00 for circulated coins
A silver dollar with the national motto E PLURIBUS UNUM on it dated 1880 is actually called a MORGAN dollar, most all US coins have this motto somewhere on the coin. It's a very commoncoin with a retail value of $36.00-$42.00
First of all, there is no such coin as an E PLURIBUS UNUM coin of any type!!!! E PLURIBUS UNUM is the NATOINAL MOTTO that appears on all most every coin ever made by the US and all modern coins, just look at your pocket change. All Morgan dollars regardless of date have this motto on the obverse of the coins.
That's not a meaningful question. Nearly ALL American coins carry that motto - "From many, one". Dollar coins have been minted in the designs shown at the Related Link below.
A silver dollar with the national motto on it dated 1878 is actually called a MORGAN dollar, most all US coins have this motto somewhere on the coin. It's a very common coin with a retail value of $38.00-$44.00 for most coins.
The coin is a Morgan Dollar. The motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all US coins of this date. 1900 is a common date for this series, circulated coins have retail values of $37.00-$41.00 depending on the grade of the coin.
The coin is actually a MORGAN dollar that's also very common, average values of circulated coins are $35.00-$43.00.
To find a "numismatic value" of a Morgan Silver Dollar, you need to know the coin's mint mark and condition. There are various online price guides. The silver content of these coins is about 3/4 ounce, making most worn coins more valuable for their metal content (multiply the spot price of an ounce of silver by 0.75). In 2011, when silver was as high as $48 an ounce, dollar coins brought in more than $36. By 2018, the coins had fallen to about $12