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What is the value of silver dollars from 1880 to 1888?

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There were no 1888-CC Morgam silver dollars minted.


what is the value of a 1888 O silver dollar


Please look at the coin again. The Carson-City Mint did not issue any Morgan dollars for 1888.


Flowing hair silver dollars were only struck in the 1790s. Silver dollars dated 1888 should carry the Morgan design. Please check again and post a new question.


Lowest value would be $15.00 just for the silver.


US cents have never been made of silver.


Finland does not and never has used dollars as its currency. Please post a new question with the coin's denomination so that it can be accurately identified.


The weight standard for all Morgan dollars is 26.73 grams


26.730 grams is the weight standard for all US silver dollars from 1840 to1935.


The 1888-O Morgan has a Doubled-Die variety referred to as " Hot Lips".


Look at the date again. No Carson-City coins were struck in 1888.


July 26, 2009 An 1888-S Morgan silver dollar in a good circulated condition [much wear] has a value of about $145. If it is good enough to be almost uncirculated [almost no wear] it has a value of about $300.


A certified example has a average market value of $240.00.


about $25 depending on condition and mint mark


Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $26.00-$32.00 depending on how much wear the coin shows. The 1888 Morgan is very common.


Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $17.00-$26.00 depending on how much wear the coin shows. The 1888 Morgan is very common.


Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $30.00-$44.00 depending on how much wear the coin shows. The 1888 Morgan is very common.


4-13-11>> Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $33.00-$40.00 depending on how much wear the coin shows. The 1888 Morgan is very common. NOTE: A 1888 silver dollar (Morgan) is NOT known as an eagle. In numismatic terms an "Eagle" is a $10.00 gold coin. The modern one dollar silver bullion coins are "Silver Eagles".


Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $17.00-$26.00 depending on how much wear the coin shows. The 1888 Morgan is very common.


The US didn't print any $1 silver certificates dated 1888. If it's dated 1886, please see the Related Question.


July 27, 2009 There were 12,150,000 of the 1888-O MOrgan Dollars minted in New Orleans making it among the more common silver dollars. The values for this coin can be seen in the chart given below. Circulated Grades..............1888-O G4.......................................$19 F12.....................................$23 EF40...................................$26 AU55...................................$28 Uncirculated Grades MS62...................................$38 MS63...................................$50 MS64...................................$89 MS65...................................$495 MS66...................................$2,300



There has never been a circulating Walking Liberty silver dollar, only a 50¢ piece issued from 1916 to 1947. The design is currently used for bullion coins but these don't circulate. All 1888 silver dollars have a Liberty Head design and are called Morgan dollars after the artist who created that image.


This would have 16 ounces of silver. The spot price of silver is $28.08. So a 1 pound silver coin is worth $449.28.


Please recheck your coin -- Peace Dollars did not start until 1921



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