Value of e pluribus unum silver dollar?
No such thing as a E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin of any kind. The coin is a MORGAN dollar, the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all the Morgans from 1878 to 1904 and 1921. Post new question with a DATE.
value of an 1890 E Pluribus umun silver dollar
1881 E Pluribus Unum silver dollar worth.
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.
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 common coin with a retail value of $36.00-$42.00
wats the valu 1923 and 1921 e. pluribus unum
The coin is a 1886 MORGAN dollar, the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all the Morgans. Assuming it's circulated with no mintmarks the coin is common with values from $38.00 to $44.00.
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If your coin says E PLURIBUS UNUM on it, then it's not a U.S. Mint Gold Dollar. It may be a gold plated silver dollar -- in which case it is currently worth about $20 If it's something else, then it will only be worth whatever melt value it may have.
The Latin phrase E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is the national motto, NOT a type of coin. This coin is a Eisenhower dollar (1971-1978) none of the coins made for and released into circulation contain any silver and are just face value.
A denomination is needed, post new question. silver dollar piece
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 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. Please post a new question with the date of the coin.
Value depends on the condition, low $15.00 high $30.00
There is no such thing as an E Pluribus Unum Silver Dollar. That is simply the motto of the US, it does absolutely nothing to identify the coin other than to say it is from the US. But any US silver dollars dated from 1935 and prior are worth at least $33 or so for the silver content, any dollar coins minted after contain no silver and are only worth face value unless in proof… Read More
First thing is, the coin is a Eisenhower dollar with the dual date of 1776-1976, NOT a E-PLURIBUS-UNUM coin, This Latin phrase is the National Motto and is on every coin, just look in your pocket. The first US silver dollar was struck in 1794. Unless the coin is Proof, it's just a big dollar coin, spend it.
A U.S. silver dollar with the national motto ( E-PLURIBUS-UNUM ) on it, dated 1897 is actually called a MORGAN (1878-1904 & 1921) dollar, not a Liberty dollar. All Morgan dollars have this motto. It's a very common coin. Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, an average retail value is $31.00-$39.00.
$27 to $120,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition 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
The Latin phrase E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is the national motto, NOT a type of coin. This coin is a Eisenhower dollar and will likely be worth the same in 2017 as it is today, one dollar.
THE MOTTO E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all modern US coins an IS NOT A TYPE COIN you have a SBA dollar coin that is still in circulation today.
Post a new question and include the date, the country it was made in, denomination, and a mintmark if it has one.
Assuming no mint marks and the coin shows heavy wear values are $17.00-$20.00 RETAIL
In 1942 all U.S. coins bear the national motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM. A denomination is needed.
The Latin phrase E-Pluribus-Unum is a national motto, Latin for "Out of Many,One."
E Pluribus Unum is on every American coin 1926=$20 1926D=$22 1926S=$21
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 U.S. and all modern coins from 1938 to 2012. A one dollar coin dated 1979 is a Susan B. Anthony dollar.They are only slightly bigger than a quarter and none of them were struck in silver. The coin is only… Read More
A silver dollar with the national motto on it dated 1882 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 $26.00-$32.00
This coin would only have bullion value of about $13.62 as of today.
If you want to sell it. Take it to a coin dealer.
The coin is a 1889 MORGAN dollar. The motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all the Morgan dollars. Assuming it's circulated with no mintmarks, the coin is common with values from $32.00 to $44.00.
Please check your pocket change. ALL U.S. coins carry that motto so it's not an identifying feature.
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.
Please see the attached link. Also, note that ALL coins in the U.S. carry the motto E Pluribus Unum (3 words) so that is not an identifying characteristic. The condition, date, and mint mark are the most important factors.
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.
A silver dollar with the national motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM on it dated 1878 is actually called a MORGAN dollar, most all US coins have this motto somewhere on the coin. 1878 is the first year of issue for this coin. The Philadelphia Mint issued 3 different types this year, but the most common (7 tail feathers) has retail values of $38.00-$45.00.
A lot of coins say E Pluribus Unum. If the date says 1776-1976, it's a bicentennial quarter, half dollar, or dollar. Whichever coin you have, it's worth face value.
The coin is a Morgan (NOT E-PLURIBUS-UNUM) dollar, the date 1881 is very common. Assuming it's circulated, retail values are $30.00-$38.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1884 Morgan (Not E-PLURIBUS-UNUM) dollar is common. The retail values are $30.00-$39.00 depending on condition. Values are a market average and only for coins in collectible condition, coins that are bent, corroded, scratched, used as jewelery or have been cleaned have far less value if any to a collector or dealer.
The National Motto E PLURIBUS UNUM is on all Peace dollars and does not add to the value of the coin. What does add to the value is if it has a mintmark or not and the condition of the coin. In circulated condition a 1928 Peace dollar with out a mintmark (only a "S") is valued at $293.00-$456.00 with out the mintmark value is $17.00-$89.00
If it's a copy, it's not worth anything.
For the year 1921 two different silver dollars were issued and each is a separate series of dollar coins and the designs are very different. But because of the fact you used the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM in your question that appears on the front of the coin above Miss Liberty's head, the coin is a MORGAN dollar. The 1921 Morgan dollar is the most common of all Morgan dollars, circulated coins run from $31.00-$40.00.
"E pluribus unum" is NOT a mint mark, but rather is the motto on the Great Seal of the United States. As far as a coin value, post a new question that includes the date and actual mint mark.
Depends on the particular coin, date, and condition. Value of most TRUE silver dollars is around $23 and up. Later than 1935, they contain less silver or no silver, and are worth only their face value.
A 1900 Morgan dollar (the phrase E Pluribus Unum by itself doesn't specify coin type or denomination) is worth around $24-30 depending on condition. If it's a 1900-S, then it's worth a little more.
What is the coin and value of a 1906 silver coin with thirteen stars around a womens head without you pluribus unum on the back along with a v on back?
Copper-nickel, not silver E Pluribus Unum, not "You Pluribus Unum" Your coin has a V on it because V is the Roman numeral for 5, so you have a 5-cent piece. See the Related Question for more details.
What is the value of the Kennedy half dollar with independence hall on the back of it with an e plurieus unum?
The Latin motto E-PLURIBUS-UNUM is on every coin in your pocket. This coin is just a common bicentennial Kennedy half dollar. None made for circulation have any silver. Only a proof coin would have more than face value.
There's no coin called a "union silver dollar", and the motto "E Pluribus Unum" has appeared on all circulating $1 coins minted since 1878 so that doesn't help to ID it either. Please check your coin again and post a new, separate question with its date.
Your 1889 "e pluribus unum coin" is actually a 1889 Morgan dollar, this series of silver dollars were made from 1878 to 1904 & 1921 at 5 different Mints. The 1889 date is very common and assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark retail values are $17.00-$26.00
That depends. If it's a 1921 Morgan, then it's a really common coin and currently worth around $22 for the silver content. If per chance it's a '21 Peace dollar, then it's worth at least $60.