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

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A 1884 Silver Dollar - aka - Morgan Dollar - is worth in good condition (G4): $18; if its mint state is MS60, the value rises to: $40.

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.

$24 to $500,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.

The 1884 Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins have retail values of $17.00-$26.00. Mint State coins are in the $30.00-$50.00 range.

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

It means it was made at the San Francisco mint.

If it has one, it's on the reverse above DO in the word dollar.

Your 1884 Trade Dollar is a copy or fake with little or no value. There are only 10 known 1884 Trade Dollars and there all Proof coins

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.

$16 to $20, unless it has a "CC" mint mark in which case it's worth $125-$175.

The U.S. didn't mint any silver dollars in the 1940s.

A 1884 Morgan Dollar is common with values for circulated coins at $17.00-$26.00 Excellent mint state coins can be had for $34.00

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

The US did not mint a dollar coin in 1968, therefore you don't have a 1968-D silver dollar.

It is worth about $35-$50 in good to mint condition.

A typical Mint State coin is about $50.00

It would be on the back, beneath the eagle's tail feathers.

An "S" mintmark just means that the coin was made in the San Fransisco Mint.

A 1879-S Morgan Dollar in MS60 condition is worth: $45.00.

It has no more valu than the name suggests. Its worth 1 dollar

The U.S. didn't mint any silver dollars in 1946.

There were no silver dollars issued by the US Mint in 1964.

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