1879 would make it a Morgan dollar, which has an eagle on the reverse.
All Morgan dollars look the same, they just have different dates and mintmarks. On your browser type in "Morgan dollar" and click on images. This will bring up a lot of pics.
An 1847 seated silver dollar = =
Like an eagle
No such thing.
1879 would make it a Morgan dollar, so the mint mark is located on the reverse (tails) side, near the bottom, just above the letters "do" in the word "dollar." No mint mark means it's from Philadelphia, S is for San Francisco, O is New Orleans, and CC is Carson City.
That depends on what silver dollar you're talking about. See the related links below for pictures of different US silver dollars.
1836 U.S. Silver Dollar type this into your search box and click on images to see one.
It looks the same as any other Peace dollar.
Click on the link in "RELATED LINKS" to see the 1796 silver dollar.
In the search box on your home page, type in 1891 silver dollar then click on images, this will bring up a lot of pictures.
There's no such thing. The U.S. didn't mint any silver dollars that year.
Please do two things: 1. Look at your pocket change. Every U.S. coin has the phrase E Pluribus Unum on it so that is not anything that distinguishes one coin from another. 2. Look at your silver dollar. Dollars with the word PEACE on them were issued to mark the end of WWI so it could not be from 1879. The only way an "1879" dollar would have a Peace reverse is if was an altered coin made by cutting apart 2 dollars and swapping sides, kind of like a magician's coin with two tails or heads.
The Eisenhower's that have 40% silver in them dated 1971 all have an "S" Mintmark and were never released for circulation.
The 1891 Morgan Silver Dollar can be seen by using the link to a picture of this coin.
In general $25.00-$35.00, but it also depends on the condition of the coin and if it has any mintmarks. Look at it again and post new question with more info. Mintmarks are on the reverse above the letters DO in dollar.
It's a Trade Dollar not a Morgan dollar. If you look at the back of the coin, the phrase "Trade Dollar" is under the eagle. As to value, take it to a coin dealer for an assessment it may not be genuine. The entire series is known to have had copy's and fakes made.
Under the DO in DOLLAR it could either be blank or their could be a O, S, or, CC.
It looks like new, shows no wear and has full mint luster.
Please look at the coin again and post new question. No one dollar gold coins were issued in 1879 from the San Francisco Mint.
Please look at the coin again. The first U.S. silver dollar was struck in 1794.
If one existed it would likely be of the Peace dollar design but the US did NOT make any one dollar coins dated 1966.
In your search box type in [1804 dollar] an click on images. This will bring up pictures of the coins.
The coin is likely a 1879 Morgan dollar, no US dollar coin is a "Liberty dollar". In general $25.00-$35.00, but it also depends on the condition of the coin and if it has any mintmarks. Look at it again and post new question with more info. Mintmarks are on the reverse above the letters DO in dollar.
No US silver dollars were made after 1935, look at the back of the coin for 'Half Dollar'.