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Nothing since that coin doesn't exist. Morgan dollars were first struck in 1878. Furthermore, the Carson City mint wouldn't strike coins until 1870. So your coin doesn't exist.

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No, 1893 was the last date that Carson City minted Morgan Dollars.

Because it's not actually uncirculated.And "Morgan City" isn't the correct name. They're called "Morgan" dollars, because the designer was named Morgan, and some were minted in Carson City.

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.

It will have "CC" in the mint mark position, on the reverse side above the DO in DOLLAR.

It means the coin was minted in Carson City. Less than 10% of all Morgan Dollars were minted at the Carson City Mint. This scarcity generally makes the 'cc' Morgans the most valuable of the Morgan Dollars. It means the coin was minted in Carson City. Less than 10% of all Morgan Dollars were minted at the Carson City Mint. This scarcity generally makes the 'cc' Morgans the most valuable of the Morgan Dollars.

The mintmark on a Morgan Dollar is located on the reverse below the wreath near the bottom of the coin, just above the word "DOLLAR" A Morgan Dollar without a mintmark was minted in Philadelphia. "CC" means it was minted in Carson City. A "D" indicates the coin was minted in Denver. An "O" refers to New Orleans, and an "S" is for San Francisco.

The Morgan Dollar was minted from 1878 to 1904. Then again in 1921. The Morgan Dollar was no longer minted after the passing of the Coinage Act of 1873 which resulted in the stoppage of coining free silver.

Carson City Morgan dollars were issued for many years. Each coin has its own value based upon the year it was minted and the condition of the coin.

1881 is a common date Morgan, retail values are $23.00-$31.00 for circulated coins. Uncirculated start at $35.00

This stuff has no numismatic collectible value. As for the value, try eBay. For some reason they do sell a lot of Morgan dollar copy's.

One group is a subset of the other. "Morgan dollar" refers to the design by George T. Morgan that was issued from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921. Carson City refers to one of the mints where dollars were struck. The Carson City mint operated from about 1870 to 1893, and it struck Seated Liberty design dollars, Trade dollars, and Morgan design dollars. The Morgan design was also minted at Philadelphia, San Francisco, New Orleans, and Denver. So ... a Morgan Carson City dollar is one that was struck between 1878 and 1893 at the Carson City Mint. But not all Morgan dollars were struck at Carson City, and not all dollars struck at Carson City are Morgans. (see Venn diagrams in high school math!)

The Carson City, Nevada Mint produced 3 different series of one dollar coins from 1870 to 1893. Seated Liberty / 19,288 Trade Dollar / 4,211,400 Morgan dollar / 13,862,041 TOTAL= 18,092,729

To determine where a coin was minted it is necessary to locate the mint mark. This mark is a small letter or letters located somewhere on the coin. For the Morgan Dollar, this mark is located on the reverse [tails] side of the coin just above the letters "DO" in the word "DOLLAR". For the Carson City mint the mark is a "CC". {quotes are mine}

There were 12,760,000 1881-S Morgan dollars minted.

On a Morgan dollar, the mintmark should be located right below the center of the wreath, the minkmark is very small. if there is no mintmark, then it was minted in Philadelphia

It can't be a Morgan dollar because the last coins with that design were minted in 1921 It can't be from Carson City because that mint closed in 1893. Please check again and post a revised question.

As of 10/2008 an 1896 Morgan/Liberty Head Silver Dollar minted in Philadelphia in fine condition is worth $18.00, uncirculated is worth $34.00, proof is worth $1,300.00 It is a fairly common date - it would be worth $17 - $22 in circulated condition, and perhaps $35 - $70 in uncirculated condition (depending on just how uncirculated it was - you'd need a dealer or other specialist to judge the condition for you).

The last Morgan dollars were minted in 1921.

Check that coin again. The Morgan dollar wasn't first minted until 1878.

1794-current Probably the most popular dollar, was the Morgan Dollar. Morgan Dollars were minted from 1878-1904 & again in 1921. Hope that helps you!

To date, no 1921 Philadelphia issue Morgan has been certified as MS-68. The highest known grade is MS-67 with a value of $30,000.00+.

The last Morgan Dollars were minted in 1921, the only dollar coin minted in the US in 1980 is the Susan B. Anthony dollar which is about the size of a quarter, not the larger size of a Morgan Dollar coin. They are rather common and only worth one dollar.

Morgan dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921. Please check the back of your coin. You have a Peace dollar rather than a Morgan.

No trade dollars were minted in Carson City after 1878. If it is a Morgan Dollar, the price will start around $200 for a well-worn example and go up as condition improves.

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