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2012-06-01 07:03:52
2012-06-01 07:03:52

Check that denomination or date again. There were no silver dollars minted that year.

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Check that again, as there is not '83-D Morgan. The Denver Mint didn't begin production until 1906.


Sorry no US silver dollars dated 1906


It's not a dollar, no dollar US coins were issued in 1906. The coin is likely a 1906 Barber Half dollar and if it has so much wear you can't read the words HALF DOLLAR on the reverse the value is just for the silver in the coin, about $12.00


There were no Morgan dollars minted from 1905 to 1920 inclusive.


It's not a dollar, no dollar US coins were issued in 1906 the last year was 1904. The coin is likely a 1906 Barber Half dollar and if it has so much wear you can't read the words HALF DOLLAR on the reverse the value is just for the silver in the coin, about $6.00


If you have a US silver dollar with a date of 1906, I'm sorry, you have a counterfeit coin. The US Silver dollar was not minted in 1906. Some of these are actually silver coins, and may have a value for the weight of silver they contain, but they are not collector's coins.


its fake according to ebay. There was never such a dollar coin made in 1906. These are forgeries from China from what I have read.


No US dollar coins bearing the date of 1906 were struck.


Check that coin again. There were no U.S. silver dollars minted that year.


No such thing. There were no US silver dollars minted between 1905 and 1920.


There were no dollar coins produced in the United States in 1906.


Look at the back of the coin, you will likely see the word half dollar. No US one dollar coins exist dated 1906. Post new question.


It's not silver, but it should be worth from about a dollar in Good condition and up to $70 if uncirculated.


1921 is by far the most common date for Morgans, as well as the only year they were minted in Denver (the Denver Mint opened in 1906). At current silver prices, it's worth about $26.


Please check again. The Denver Mint opened in 1906.


The Denver Mint didn't begin production until 1906, and the Dahlonega Mint closed in 1861. On an 1881 silver dollar, it's probably an O for New Orleans, not a D.


1921 is the only year for Denver Morgans. The Morgan dollar was on hiatus from 1905 through 1920, while the Denver Mint didn't begin operation until 1906.


Please check again and post a new question. Silver dollars weren't minted from 1905 to 1920 inclusive. If you have a U.S. $1 coin with that date it's a fake. If you have another denomination coin such as a half-dollar, or a bill from a private bank, please post a new question with more details.


There were no dollar coins produced in the United States in 1906. Look at the coin again and post new question.


They did not mint any silver dollars in 1906,at least thats what my deep research has shown! All I see is information pointing to it being a fake but also reference to it being a centennial coin 90% silver 10% copper and worth about $18.00 according to weight and current market value! If it is dated 1908, it is a cheap Chinese counterfeit of the 1986 dollar, and it has no value.


Please check again. The Denver Mint opened in 1906 and only struck Morgan dollars in 1921. You may be seeing a small O, for New Orleans.


The coin is the 1986 Statue of Liberty Centennial dollar, it's 90% silver and 10% copper.


The Denver Mint didn't open until 1906. Please check again, then see the Related Question below for more details.


No silver dollars were made in 1906, look at the back of the coin at the bottom for the words Half Dollar. It's likely a Barber half dollar, values for average circulated coins are $8.00-$14.00


The Dahlonega Mint closed in 1861 and the Denver Mint opened in 1906 so what you are probably looking at is an O mint mark, indicating the coin was made in New Orleans. Please see the Related Question for details.



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