If your coin has the mirrored finish of a proof coin, it is a copy -- worth $12 at best for the silver it contains. If your coin is a regular business strike coin in uncirculated condition, it's worth about $150 As with any collectible, a primary consideration in determining it
If your coin has the mirrored finish of a proof coin, it is a copy -- worth $12 at best for the silver it contains. If your coin is a regular business strike coin in uncirculated condition, it's worth about $150 As with any collectible, a primary consideration in determining it’s value is it’s condition (or grade). Novice collectors, with some practice, can become quite accurate in determining grades for circulated coins (G-4 through AU-50). It becomes much more difficult when assigning grades for Uncirculated coins (MS-60 through MS-70) or Proof coins (PF-60 through PF-70) and the assistance of an experienced coin collector or trusted coin dealer should be sought. There are many internet and printed resources in helping determine the appropriate grade for a coin. Whichever resource you choose to use, ensure that they follow the grading guidelines established by the American Numismatic Association. The following is a value range for the coin in question and is taken from the Numismatic News Coin Market Montly Price Guide for January 2007: VG8- $98.50 F12- $100.00 VF20- $110.00 XF40- $130.00 AU50- $140.00 MS60- $220.00 MS65DMPL= $830.00 DMPL = Deep Mirror Proof Like Hope this helps. Mgirard
The 1883 Double Eagle is a proof only issue, values start at $40,000.00
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.
The Carson City Mint did not strike proof coins. Unfortunately many privet mints have made and sold replicas of these coins that have no collectible value at all. But you may have what are called GSA cased Morgans from the Carson City Mint that are uncirculated, not proof coins and they do have good value. Please have a collector or dealer look at the coins for a accurate evaluation.
Current market value is $190.00-$235.00 for average Mint State coins. The 1883-CC issue is one of the more common coins.
What is the value of a 1883 silver dollar coin? Epluribusunum is engraved on it !
Retail is roughly $75 in worn condition, up to $100 if almost uncirculated.
The value of a 1883 uncirculated cc silver dollar is $200.00 or more but,not over than $250.00
Retail values run from $70.00-$120.00 for circulated coins and mint state coins start at $190.00
CC refers to Carson City, Nevada where the coin was minted.
From your description, you may have an G.S.A. cased 1883-CC coin. Current market value is $190.00-$255.00 for average (MS-60/MS-63) Mint State coins. The 1883-CC issue is one of the more common G.S.A. coins.
The average value of circulated half dollars is $300.00- $500.00
The 1883 Morgan dollar is common with retail values for circulated coins at $18.00-$30.00 and uncirculated coins at $40.00-$60.00
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1883 Morgan dollar is a very common coin with retail values of $32.00-$39.00 depending on the grade of the coin.
In 1883, the dollar was equivalent to approximately 5 cents. In other words, 5 cents in 1883 had the same buying power as 1 dollar has in 2006. 2006 is the most recent year that this utilities offers. http://www.westegg.com/inflation/
Retail is $15-17 in average condition.
$15.00 to $30.00 in circulated condition
$300.00 if in mint condition.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1883 Morgan dollar is a very common coin with retail values of $31.00-$39.00 depending on the grade of the coin.
Assuming you mean a Morgan silver dollar and not a gold one dollar coin, if the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $26.00-$32.00 depending on how much wear the coin has. The 1883 Morgan is a common date.
A certified example of this coin graded as VF has a current average value of $500.00.
A Genuine example has a value of $100.00 to $500.00
1883 is not a rare date for Morgan dollars, typical Mint State coins have retail value of $50.00-$80.00 from MS-60 to MS-63
1883 Morgan dollars are very common, uncirculated coins with no mintmark sell for $50.00-$65.00. The actual value depends on the grade of the coin.
Depending on condition, the 1883 silver dollar coin issued by the Kingdom of Hawaii is worth in the range of $30 - $200.