What is the value of silver dollars from the early 1920s?
These are the most common dates for silver dollars (e.g. 1921, 1923). They are worth about $15 in circulated condition. In uncirculated condition, Philadelphia coins (no mint mark) go for about $22 while those from San Francisco or Denver can sell for 3 or 4 times as much. The 1923 Peace Dollar from any mint lists at $15 retail in Very Good condition. If the 1921 is the same design it is listed for $85 in that condition, but if it is the Morgan design, then only $14. Of course if they are in higher grades they will be worth more, but none except the 1921 Peace dollar will pass $50 until they reach the grades above MS-60 (typical uncirculated) and it is only $220 in MS-60.
U.S. silver dollars from this period, Morgan and Peace dollars, contain about .77344 ounces of pure silver depending on wear. At about $17.58 per ounce of silver, one silver dollar from this time period would have a bullion value around $13.60. This, however, does not include any possible numismatic value in addition to the silver value of the coins.
The same as they have been for a while as long as the silver price stays steady. If the value of silver goes up so will the value of Morgan dollars. If the value of silver decreases so will the value of your Morgan dollars. An average Morgan dollar can be worth anywhere from 30- 300 dollars depending on condition, date, and mintmark. Some can even be worth more. See the related link below for…
No. Cleaning a coin damages the coin. Never, ever, ever, clean a coin. Silver dollars and half dollars are often collected for more than their silver value, cleaning them will only ruin their collectable value. You will never add value to a coin by cleaning it (the exception being coins dug out of the ground) and can possibly shave tens, hundreds or even thousands of dollars off the value of your coin by cleaning it.
Yes and no. There are no silver coins produced for circulation in the US since the 1960s, but since the 1980s there has been the American Silver Eagle produced, it has a face value of one dollar and is made out of one troy ounce of pure silver. Now, the silver value far outstrips the face value of the coin and it is not the same size as the Morgan or Peace dollars, though. There…
For circulated half-dollars, ones dated 1964 are 90% silver and worth about $15.50 in silver value. Half-dollars dated 1965-1970 are 40% silver and worth about $6 in silver value. Circulated examples of 1971 and later half dollars are only worth 50 cents. Coins in mint sets that are uncirculated or proof may bring a premium to collectors but in general there is low collector demand for Kennedy half dollars outside of their bullion value.