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Sorry no US silver dollar coins dated 1826

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How much is a 1826 silver dollar worth?

Please check the date, no US silver dollars are dated 1826, post new question.


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Check that coin again. The U.S. didn't mint any $1 coins (in either gold or silver) dated 1826.


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Numismedia lists the following approximate retail values as of 03/2010: Very worn condition - $61 Moderately worn - $82 Slightly worn - $106 Almost no wear - $406 Uncirculated - $1,050 to $35,630 depending on quality If very worn, $60. Moderately worn, $80. = Coins are graded on a scale of 1-70 (70 being flawless) In 2009 an 1826 half dollar could be worth $50 it could be worth $50,000 Red Books by RS Yeoman can help you figure better what you have.


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