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2018-01-04 15:23:36
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All 1882 Trade Dollars are a "Proof" only issue. All were minted in Philadelphia, none at Carson City. So if you have an 1882-CC Trade Dollar it's a fake with no value.


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There were no Trade Dollars made in 1882 with a CC mintmark -- must be a counterfeit. Either that or it's a Morgan Dollar, like the one in the picture here : In circulated condition, an 1882-CC Morgan Dollar is worth about $70.00

Current retail is $75 to $100 depending on condition. It varies a great deal : 1882 CC Morgan Silver Dollar A EXTRA FINE Coin $95.00 1882-CC Morgan Dollar PCGS MS-65 $300.00 1882-cc Morgan Dollar PCGS MS66 VAM-2B $1000.00

well-worn = $70 lightly worn = $90 uncirculated = $150

Current market value is $175.00-$225.00 for average Mint State coins. The 1882-CC issue is one of the more common coins.

This is a rare Trade dollar. The values are as stated according to NumisMedia.1878-CC Trade Dollar values-Very worn-$540Moderately worn-$1,710Slightly worn-$3,400Almost no ware-$5,550Uncirculated-$17,400-$193,750 depending on the condition.

Current market value is $175.00-$225.00 for average Mint State coins. The 1882-CC issue is one of the more common coins.

Mintmarks (if any) are on the reverse of the coin between the wreath and the letters DO in dollar.

The 1882-CC issue is one of the most available of all Carson-City Mint Morgan dollars in Mint State grades. They are typically seen in the grades of MS-60 to MS-63 with values of $175.00 to $240.00.

An 1882-CC Morgan silver dollar sells on average for $200 in uncirculated state (source This price would be for a certified coin by a reputable firm. Otherwise, the value should be 10-25% less.

Average retail value for this date/mint Morgan is $270.00 it's a very common Carson City coin.

The value of a 1883 uncirculated cc silver dollar is $200.00 or more but,not over than $250.00

No trade dollars were minted in Carson City after 1878. If it is a Morgan Dollar, the price will start around $200 for a well-worn example and go up as condition improves.

The 1882 Morgan is common, and if "good shape" is actually an EF-40 grade, retail value should be about $30.00. The 1891-CC has a value of $69.00 in the lowest collectible grade of G-4.

Please post a new and rephrased question. You're asking if a Carson City dollar is a Carson City dollar, which is of course ALWAYS true.

According to the 2011 "Red Book" of United States Coins, a commonly-cited guide which was released in May 2010, the 1882-CC Morgan Dollar commanded a value ranging from $135.00 to $500.00, depending upon the specimen's condition. Examples graded by reputable, professional agencies as to their condition were valued in the same general range, with only the highest quality specimens fetching as much as $1,200.00 at that time.

William Barber He did them all.

August 29, 2009 The more common 1880-CC dollar in MS65 grade has a value of $1625. The less common Proof-like 1880-CC dollar in MS65 grade has a value of $1900. The scarce Deep Mirror Proof-like {DMPL} 1880-CC dollar in MS65 grade has a value of $11,000.

With an S mint mark, $80 to $175 depending on condition. With a CC mint mark, $500 to $2000+ However there are many counterfeits, so any Trade Dollar should be authenticated by a dealer or appraiser.

There were no 1888-CC Morgam silver dollars minted.

If you have a 1895 Morgan with a Carson-City mintmark it's fake. 1893 was the last CC Morgan dollar.

It's a Morgan dollar, the first American eagle was struck in 1986. Check the back of the coin under the eagle to see if it has a mintmark, it can only be an O, S or CC, it may not have a mintmark but it makes a difference in value. There's more information at the Related Question.

A certified example would have a average retail value of $2,000.00

The coin in EF-40 has a average retail value of $155.00.

You are going to have to provide the year the coin was minted - the mint mark 'CC' (Carson City) was minted on multiple year Silver Dollar coins.

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