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2017-08-25 19:50:19
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Nothing, because there's no such thing. No Morgan dollars were minted anywhere that year.

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There were no dollar coins minted in 1909. If you have a dollar coin with a 1909 date on it, it is either a fantasy coin, silver round, or most likely a Chinese counterfeit -- I have seen many of these. In any case, its value will be only for whatever silver it may contain.


Please check the mint mark with a magnifying glass. The New Orleans Mint closed in 1909, so you're probably looking at a "D" (Denver) rather than an "O". There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1921 Morgan silver dollar?"


The Silver Dollar - 1909 was released on: USA: 15 February 1909


No such US coin exists. Silver dollars were not minted from 1905-1920.


Are you sure that's not a D? The New Orleans mint stopped making coins after 1909. Now a 1921-D Morgan is one of the most common dates for silver dollars, currently worth about $21.


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The New Orleans Mint closed in 1909 so what you have is almost certainly a coin minted in Denver with a "D" mint mark. Please see the related questions for more, depending on whether you have a Morgan or a Peace dollar.


It's a coin that was minted at the New Orleans Mint. That facility operated from 1838 to 1861 and then again from 1879 to 1909. To find out the value of a specific coin minted there you'll need to post a new question with its date.



From your description, this is a known privately made novelty piece. It is NOT an official U.S. Mint issued coin. A real silver dollar dated 1851 is a Liberty Seated dollar. The obverse of the coin has the Indian head design that is similar to the Indian cents of 1859 -1909. The reverse has the denomination of 1 dollar and the date within a wreath. It has no numismatic collectible value.


The mint mark would have to be a D for Denver, because the New Orleans Mint (O) closed in 1909. Please see the Related Question for more information.


A 1909 Half Eagle can be worth well over $500.00


Please look at the date again, no US dollar coins are dated 1909.


The last year an "O" Mintmark was used on any US coin was 1909 and no silver dollars were made after 1935. Look at the coin again and post new question.


Please check your coin again. The US didn't make dollar coins in 1983 and the New Orleans Mint closed in 1909. If you meant 1893, please check out the Related Question.


The New Orleans Mint closed in 1909 so you can't have a 1926-O dollar. You may be seeing a "D" mint mark for Denver. If so, please check the Related Question for values.


$670.00-$970.00 are the current retail values for this coin.


No. All of the 1921 Morgan dollars were struck in Philadelphia, Denver or San Francisco.


6-5-11>>> Assuming the coin is a 1909 Barber half dollar that has not been cleaned and is in average circulated condition, retail value for a lower grade coin should be at least $17.00 to $35.00. I do suggest showing it to a dealer or collector for grading and a better idea of value..


About 400 - 430 dollar. There are three verslons. With the letter D, O or S.


see condition. 1909 hard to find compare 1907 & 1908, normal condition rm150-rm250


Edward Delmar Morgan died in 1909.


Frederick Courtenay Morgan died in 1909.


I am not aware of a 1921 Morgan Dollar that carries a mint mark of "O." However, the 1921 series do carry mint marks of "D'" and "S." However, what is interseting about the 1921 Morgan Dollars is that they were produced by the US mint after a hiatus of 17 years - secondary to the The Pittman Act that required that all silver dollars be melted. More info - There could not be a 1921-O dollar because the New Orleans mint closed in 1909. 1921 was the only year that Morgan dollars were struck in Denver, because the Denver mint opened in 1906, two years into that hiatus.


The Denver Mint opened in 1906. You may be looking at an O mint mark from the New Orleans Mint which operated until 1909. There's more information at the Related Question.



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