The 1879 US silver dollar is composed of 90% silver and 10% copper.
Any US coin made for general circulation that does not have a mintmark was struck in Philadelphia.
If the coin has a mintmark, it's on the reverse above the letters DO in dollar.
There were no silver dollars made in the US in 1946.
No. Not a single US coin made the US mint is 100% silver. 1969 US half dollar are made of a 40% silver.
No US dollar coins were made in 1950
If it was made from 1 US silver dollar and has all of the silver in the silver dollar still within the spoon, it is worth $22 in silver content.
Please check your bill again and post a new, separate question. There were no federally-issued silver certificates dated 1879, just $1 silver coins.
ZERO, because no dollar US coins were made dated 1970
The US made both silver and gold $1 coins in 1879.The large silver dollar is the more common of the 2. It has a picture of Miss Liberty on the front and a spread-winged eagle on the back. The gold dollar is about the size of a dime, and has a Native American princess on the front and a large number "1" on the back.There's more information at the Related Questions below.
No US silver dollars were made after 1935, look at the back of the coin for 'Half Dollar'.
1935 was the last year for the one dollar silver coin.
No. 92.5% silver is Sterling. US coin silver is 90%.
I have a 1796 silver coin that says 420 grains .900 fine and says Trade Dollar but there were no Trade Dollars before 1800’s. What is this coin?
There was no silver dollar in the US made in 1957. It might be a half dollar. These are usually worth about $10-15.
The first US silver dollar was made in 1794, check the coin again and post new question.
The 1879-S Morgan is very common, retail for circulated coins runs from $17.00-$26.00 Mint State examples are about $35.00
Look at the coin again and post new question, no US one dollar silver coins were made in 1809
No such US coin was made.Silver dollars were produced until 1935 for circulation and production of silver dollar sized (but not actually made out of silver) dollar coins started in 1971.No US 1963 silver dollar was struck, either as a commemorative or for circulation.Check the country/date of your coin and post a new question.
There is 24 grams of silver in a 1891 US silver dollar.
Check the denomination again, the last US silver dollar was made in 1935.
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.
1.00. It's made of copper-nickel, not silver.
All US silver coins dated 1879 have the word LIBERTY on them. A denomination is needed.
A "dollar" made in 1221 doesn't exist, so there is no value. The dollar is US currency and the US was not established until 1789. Money in 1221 was different than it is today and not made of silver. Each coin was hand casted and made in 1221.