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Answered 2019-12-10 08:13:47

i have 1884 trade dollar i got it in a charity shop 20 year ago not proff same weight but not a fake

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Answered 2012-03-05 07:35:14

An O is the mint mark for New Orleans.

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They messed up when they were making it. You could sell that for some decent cash.


The 1884-o silver dollar is worth $20 to $35 circulated and up to $200 uncirculated. The prices are slowly going up every year.


The 1884-O Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $32.00-$39.00 for a example in circulated condition.


The mintage number for 1884-O Morgan dollars was 9,730,000.


Circulated coins are valued at $17.00-$26.00, the 1884-O Morgan is common.


As of late August 2012 a 1884 O silver dollar is worth $32-42 dollars. In higher grades it will be worth more. The O means that it was made at the New Orleans mint. This is not a rare date.


The mintmark is above the tail, below O of ONE


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1892 Liberty silver dollar mint mark in on the reverse just above and between the D and O in Dollar at the bottom of the coin. Mine is marked with an S.


As with most coins, the value depends on the condition. Most highly circulated 1884-O coins dollars are worth a little over the price of an ounce of silver (recently $17). If they are uncirculated dollars, they can be worh up to $250.


6-30-11>> Assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark. The 1884-O Morgan dollar is a very common New Orleans Mint issue coin. Value is $36.00 to $44.00 depending on condition.


The mintmark is above the tail, below O of ONE


The mint mark on all Morgan silver dollars are located on the reverse of the coin near the bottom. Look above the "D" and "O" in the word DOLLAR


The mint mark position is the same on all Morgan dollars: on the reverse above the DO in DOLLAR. No mint mark = Philadelphia S = San Francisco O = New Orleans CC = Carson City D = Denver (1921 coins only)


The "O" mint mark represents the US mint at New Orleans, Louisiana .


It's a common date/mint Morgan dollar, values for circulated coins are $17.00-$26.00 Mint state coins sell at $30.00-$50.00


1884 makes it a Morgan dollar, so the mint mark is located on the back, just above the letters "do" in the word "dollar." No mark is Philadelphia, S is San Francisco, O is New Orleans, CC is Carson City, and D is Denver (1921 only).


in circulated condition, about $15uncirculated, about $25Dan MooreThe Working Man's Rare Coinshttp://www.workingmancoins.com


Assuming the coin is circulated, retail values are $28.00-$40.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin. The 1884-O Morgan dollar is a very common coin.


The mint mark would have to be a D for Denver, because the New Orleans Mint (O) closed in 1909. Please see the Related Question for more information.


The Denver mint opened in 1906 so you could not have an 1884 coin with that mint mark. Use a strong magnifying glass and check again. It could be an O, for New Orleans.


Need a DATE to go with the "O" mintmark of the silver dollar. Post new question.


The "O" located above the word "dollar" is the mintmark and indicates where the coin was made. The letter "O" means the coin was made at the US mint in New Orleans, Louisiana.


You've got to give us the mintmark and the exact year. Morgan dollars have a mintmark (if any) above the D and O in dollar on the reverse.


As of 4/12 a 1898 O Morgan silver dollar in MS-65 condition is worth $238.



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