No collection value but is has a scrap silver value of about 10 bucks.
On a Morgan dollar, the mintmark should be located right below the center of the wreath, the minkmark is very small. if there is no mintmark, then it was minted in Philadelphia
Morgan dollars were minted for circulation during the years 1878-1904 and 1921. If you have a "dollar" dated 1992 it's a bullion piece sold for its silver content and not for spending. Its value will be a small amount above the current price for 1 ounce of silver, which changes daily and can be found in a newspaper or at a site such as www.kitco.com
If the coin is dated 1881, then that's probably a Morgan silver dollar. Susan B. Anthony was featured on a small dollar in 1979-81.
It's not a Morgan dollar, the last one was made in 1921. The coin is a Peace dollar, look on the back of the coin just above the eagles tail for a small "S" and post a new question with if it has one or not, it makes a BIG difference in value.
Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921. Please check your coin again and post a new question. If you have a small coin with an eagle landing on the moon shown on the reverse you have a Susan B. Anthony dollar.
Continued: I heard that if there is a M on the front of the coin it is a morgan which there is no M then i heard it would be considered a peace silver dollar but when i looked at the picture of a piece silver dollar the pictures were different.
A Morgan silver dollar is a large dollar coin, on the front there should be a depiction of Lady Liberty's face wearing a small crown saying "LIBERTY" on it the reverse features an eagle with olive branches and arrows and a wreath at the bottom. They were dated 1878 to 1904 and also made in 1921. The only other coin that could be easily confused with a Morgan dollar is a Peace Dollar of which some were also minted in 1921, they have the same size, but the liberty on a Peace dollar looks like there are rays coming out of her head and the reverse of a Peace dollar has an eagle perched on a rock engraved PEACE.
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All Morgan dollars are worth at least 10 dollars for their raw silver content. However some of them could be worth a lot more if they're the right date, condition, and mint mark. Please post a new question with the coin's date and whether there's a small letter above the DO in DOLLAR on the back.
Three Mints struck the 1904 Morgan Dollar. Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco. The Philadelphia mint also struck a small number of proof coins that makes a total of 4 different 1904 Morgan dollars.
That's DOLLAR, just like it's spelled on the back of the coin and on every bill in your wallet.In any case you'll need to post a new question with the coin's date and whether or not it has a mint mark. If it's a Morgan dollar (1878-1921) look on the back over the DO in DOLLAR to see if there's a small S, O, CC, or D. If it's a Peace dollar (1922-1935) look near the word ONE for a small D or S.
President Eisenhower was featured on the large one dollar coin in the 1970s, a commemorative silver dollar in 1990, and a small golden presidential dollar in 2015.
The value depends on if it's a small gold or large silver one dollar coin, both were made in 1882.
Morgan dollars were minted for spending rather than investment, unlike modern Walking Liberty "eagle dollars". Morgans also don't contain 1 oz of silver. They were made of 0.7734 troy oz, plus a small amount of copper for hardness. The reason for the strange amount is that it was the amount of silver that was worth $1 at the time the coins were in circulation. There's more information at the Related Question.
What is the value of a 1966 Elizabeth II Canadian silver dollarRead more: What_is_the_value_of_a_1966_Elizabeth_II_Canadian_silver_dollar_with_small_dots_on_rim.
The correct name for this coin is "Morgan dollar" (note the spelling - A's, not E's) after its designer George Morgan. The image is of course the head of Lady Liberty rather than Mr. Morgan!The Morgan design was minted from 1878 to 1904, and then again in 1921. It's characterized by a portrait of Miss Liberty facing left, while the back has an eagle with outstretched wings and holding arrows and an olive branch in its claws.There's a picture of an 1879 Morgan dollar at the Related Link.1921 was a so-called transitional year for dollars. When the denomination was revived that year the new Peace design wasn't ready in time so the Morgan design was struck for the first 11 months of the year. A small run of Peace dollars was made in December, at which time the Morgan design was discontinued. The Peace design was then exclusively used until 1935.
The coin is a Morgan Dollar and value depends on condition and if it has any mintmarks, look on the back under the eagles tail for small letters, an O,S or CC if no mintmarks are seen the coin was struck in Philadelphia. The mintmarks are very important to value. Look at the coin again and post new question. The minimum value as of 3-8-11 is about $25.00 just for the silver.
If you are referring to a U.S. dollar, the only coin issued that year was the small-sized Susan B. Anthony dollar made of cupronickel, not silver. If that's what you have, I'm afraid it's only worth face value. Keep it as a curiosity or spend it.
The value of a 1966 Canadian silver half dollar is about 8.50 US dollars. In the case of the rare small bead variety, the value is between 1,000 and 2,000 US dollars.
The coin is a 1921 Morgan dollar struck at the Denver mint and has retail values of $15.00-$25.00 in circulated condition, uncirculated coins are only valued at $30.00. 1921 is the most common date for all Morgan dollars.
The coin is a Morgan Dollar and value depends on condition and if it has any mintmarks, look on the back under the eagles tail for small letters, an O,S or CC if no mintmarks are seen the coin was struck in Philadelphia. The mintmarks are very important to value. Look at the coin again and post new question
Its value is based on the ounce of silver it contains, plus a small premium. As of 6/2012 you could get about $30 for it. Current silver prices can be seen at www.kitco.com
Only a dollar, I'm afraid, if the coin underneath the plating is a normal copper-nickel dollar. The gold plating is too small an amount to be worth recovering.If the coin underneath is one of the special 40% silver dollars made for collectors the silver would be worth $4 or so at today's prices.
It's a small "CC" on the back above the ONE in ONE DOLLAR. Other possible mint marks on Morgan dollars are O (New Orleans), S (San Francisco), D (Denver, 1921 only) or none at all (Philadelphia) See the link for a pic.
It depends if it is AU-50 or like MS-65