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What is the value of a 1884 Carson City silver dollar?


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2011-09-15 11:11:54
2011-09-15 11:11:54

A 1884 Carson City silver dollar in very fine condition is worth $50.00, in uncirculated condition-$100.00.

well to expand on this. Very Fine (grade-20) = $75.00 to $90.00

Extremely Fine (grade-40) = $90.00 to $125.00 and

Almost Uncirculated (grade-50) = $120.00 $140.00

Mint State 63 = $140.00 $155.00

Mint State 65 = $500.00 $750.00

note most grading 60+ will have been discovered in the 1964 treasury audit. and sold to the public in 1972 as Carson city uncirculated in plastic cases and boxes

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