No silver certificates were dated 1800. The first ones were issued in 1886. Please check again and post a new question.
Please check again and post a new question. The first silver certificates were printed in 1878, and in 1800 there was no federally-issued paper currency of any form.
Please check again. The first $1 silver certificates were issued in 1886, and there were no federally-issued bills of any kind dated 1800.
Please check again and post a new question. The first federally-issued $5 bills were dated 1862, and the first $5 silver certificates were issued in 1886.
U.S. coins were copper, silver and gold in the 1800's.
The value of a 1800 silver dime depends on the condition of the coin. In mint condition this coin sells for as much as 2000 dollars as of 2014.
It depends on the date, mintmark (if it has one) and condition of the late 1800's silver dollar you are asking about. Post new question.
Sorry no US half dollars dated 1800.Take a good look at the date.
US cents have never been made of silver, not even in the 1800s.
A silver bullion is a coin that was made in the 1800 a lot of people now try to seek them for there collections. They're made of metal of gold and silver.
If indeed you have a silver dollar dated 1800, you have a Draped Bust, Heraldic Eagle Dollar... There are different varities worth varying amounts. In decent condition, $1500....In Mint State condition, $25,000 to $50,000
Non common? Please rephrase question. Many "Silver Dollars" were struck in the 1800's.
The setting is a parallel universe in the 1800-1900s.
It is about AED 2,500 in UAE.
Sherman Silver Act
Yes, a number is a noun, a year is a noun; a number is a thing, a year is a thing.
$1000 to $350,000 depending upon the variety and the condition of the coin.
They were looking for land or gold and silver.
With so many dates it's impossible to give them all values with looking at them. However these coins are silver and are worth at least $21 for their silver content.
meriden b company is a sterling silver (hallowware) manufacturing company that made sterling silver pieces. They were established in the 1800's Can you always trust the 'sterling' mark on this company's silver?
There isn't a word called "obolition". If you mean abolition is means the same thing today as it meant in 1800 and that is to abolish.
The silver jewelry are popular by many women cosyjewelry it's show so many different style.
A denomination is needed. Please post new question.
A genuine US silver dollar dated 1800 has a minimum value of $800.00.