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What is the value of a 1941 silver dollar with an O mint mark?

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2010-12-05 18:38:06
2010-12-05 18:38:06

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.

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Assuming this is a MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR in circulating condition and no mint mark ,the value is approximately $38.00.


"DO" isn't a mint mark. The mint mark on a silver dollar for that year is on the reverse (tails) side, just above the letters "do" in the word "dollar."


It depends on the condition and the mint mark. In silver value it is worth about $10.


about $25 depending on condition and mint mark


They are still found in circulation, have no silver and are only face value


If the coin has any wear the value is for the silver, about $8.50


Whatever the price of silver is. Because they are A-Mark that means they are not name brand = price of silver


Assuming it's worn from circulation, it would be worth around $3 for its silver content.


Two silver dollar designs were issued in 1921. The first was the Morgan dollar which has a value of $24 to $40,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin. The second issue was the Peace dollar and it has a value of $90 to $65,000 depending upon the condition of the coin.


$15 to $20 depending on condition and variety.


Post new question with The Mintmark please.


If the coin shows any wear, value is for the silver at about $6.00


As of 09/2009 the melt value of a Morgan dollar is about $8 to $10. However its collector value can be much higher depending on its condition and mint mark.


The 1897-S MORGAN dollar is not scarce or rare, an average retail value for the coin is $26.00-$32.00.


Please look at the back of the coin. It's a circulation half dollar, not a bullion piece. Regardless of mint mark, its value as of 07/2008 is in the $7-8 range.


You are going to have to provide the year the coin was minted - the mint mark 'CC' (Carson City) was minted on multiple year Silver Dollar coins.


By the mint mark on the reverse of the coin, but silver dollar coins with no mint mark are made in Philadelphia


If it has no mint mark or a D its silver value is zero because these coins were made from copper-nickel. If it has an S mint mark and the words 40% Silver on its packaging it's a special collector's coin worth $10-12 as of 02/2011


$15-17 retail for a coin in average condition.


Without Knowing the mint mark, date, or condition, the value could be anywhere from $17 to $82,000. Please post a new question in the form "What is the value of a (date) US silver dollar?" and the site will try to direct you to a specific answer.


The melting value is $11.50 (at current silver value) to $70 depending on condition and mint mark.


These coins do not contain silver and are worth only face value unless they are uncirculated or have the mint mark S.


All Eisenhower Dollar coins struck for circulation have no silver and are face value only regardless of date or mint mark. Only collectors coins issued by the mint carry retail values over face value.


The 1885-O Morgan dollar is common, in general values are $32.00-$38.00 depending on grade.


In 1935 silver dollars were only struck at Philadelphia (no mint mark) and San Francisco. If you have either of these its value is in the $16 to $20 range depending on condition.



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