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its fake o silver dollars were made in 1799

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how much is a 1799 silver dollar worth


Morgan silver dollars were not made in 1799. Check the date and post a new question.


August 13, 2009 The only silver coin produced by the US Mint in 1799 was the silver dollar. Although it had no denomination on it, the word "LIBERTY" was on the obverse side of the coin. If your coin has no "Liberty", then it is worn so much the word has been rubbed off or it is not a US coin. If it is worn badly then the value would probably be about $600. If it is not worn then, probably, it is not a US coin.


Susan B. Anthony wasn't even born in 1799. Remember Miss Liberty? Her picture is on most American coins up till the early 20th century!!


With 6 major varieties of the 1799 dollar, retail values run from $1,000.00 to over $18,000.00 for genuine circulated coins depending on the grade.


With 6 major variety's of the 1799 dollar, retail values run from $1,000.00 to over $18,000.00 for genuine circulated coins depending on the grade.


7-25-11>>> With 6 major variety's of the 1799 dollar, retail values run from $1,000.00 to over $18,000.00 for genuine circulated coins, depending on the type and grade.


You've got to be more specific. Are you asking about a 1799 8 reales? Or are you asking about a US 1799 silver dollar? They are two separate coins with vastly different values.


An authentic Draped Bust 1799 dollar in the base (MS-60) Mint State grades would have a current market value of $20,000.00.


No US 1799 coin will have a mintmark, all were struck in Philadelphia.


how much is a 1799 silver dollars worth


If you have a 'Trade Dollar' dated 1799 it's fake. 1873 is the first year of issue.


Numerous replicas and counterfeits exist, a genuine example has a value of $1,000.00 to well over $200,000.00 depending on type and condition.


Thirteen or fifteen, for sure...


With 6 major variety's of the 1799 dollar, retail values run from $1,000.00 to over $18,000.00 for genuine circulated coins depending on the grade.


With 6 major variety's of the 1799 dollar retail values run from $1,000.00 to over $18,000.00 for circulated coins depending on the grade.


With 6 major variety's of the 1799 dollar, retail values run from $1,000.00 to over $18,000.00 for genuine circulated coins depending on the grade.


A copy of any US coin has no numismatical value. Their worth is limited to that of the metals from which they are made.


It's not really from 1799. The "one troy ounce" is a giveaway that it's a modern bullion coin, worth slightly more than whatever the current spot price of silver is.


With 6 major variety's of the 1799 dollar, retail values run from $1,000.00 to over $18,000.00 for genuine circulated coins depending on the grade.


A denomination is needed. All U.S coins dated 1799 have the word LIBERTY and a woman's face on the obverse (front) of them. Post new question.


Current retail for a 1799 dollar ranges from about $800 to $4000 depending on condition. However, many early dollars have been counterfeited or legitimately copied. The latter will have the word "COPY" somewhere in small letters, as required by law. Counterfeits of course won't, LOL! You'd need to have the coin authenticated by someone who deals with early U.S. coinage.


I assume you are referring to an United States dollar coin. If so the value varies by large amounts depending on the condition of the coin. For a very worn coin that has many areas worn almost flat the value is around $1000 USD. On the other hand the same coin in mint condition (never circulated) with original surfaces is listed at $250,000 USD. But as with all rare, high grade coins the price is what someone is willing to pay. Regardless an 1799 US Dollar coin is valuable.


It depends on what counterfeit it was. If it was a contemporary counterfeit (as in, it was made in 1799 or early 1800s to try to pass it off at face value) it might be worth a bit of money. If it is a modern replica, it depends on what it is made out of. If it isn't made out of silver, it is pretty much worthless, however, if it is silver, it is worth whatever the weight of silver it contains.


Of the 4 US coins that are dated 1799 all have Liberty on them a denomination would help.



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