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Morgan silver dollars were not minted until 1878.

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Morgan dollars were minted in 1878-1904 and 1921. Please check your coin again and post a new question.


1848. Silver. Twenty. Dollar. Coin


If you mean a US 1848 Seated Liberty dollar, low grade coins are valued at $300.00-$500.00 better grade are $700.00-$1,000.00 and up. I suggest having a dealer or collector grade the coin for a better idea of value.


The New Orleans Mint did not strike any dollar coins in 1848 only in 1846 for that decade.


$310 to $175,000 depending upon the condition of the coin.



No Seated Liberty dollar dated 1848 will have a mintmark, all were struck at the Philadelphia Mint


No Seated Liberty dollar dated 1848 will have a mintmark, all were struck at the Philadelphia Mint.


A 1848 five dollar coin is worth about 1,600 dollars to about 2,100 dollars. A 1848 five dollar coin has been auctioned for over 71,000 dollars.


If very worn, about $350 retail. If moderately worn, $500; nearly new, $800-900


$1 today would be worth $28 in 1848.


The "modern" British Florin (Two Shillings) was first issued in 1848 and last issued in 1967. From 1848 to 1919 they were made from sterling silver. From 1920, the coins were debased and made from 50% silver until 1946. From 1947 to 1967 they were made from a copper nickel alloy. The British Florin, depending on the date and condition, could be worth anything from a little to a lot. The coins with a silver content will be worth at the very least, the current bullion value of silver.


This coin is a state quarter. It is worth face value unless it is in original mint packaging. This coin was not made in 1848.


If the coins have "TRADE DOLLAR" on the reverse and ARE dated 1846 & 1848 they are FAKE. The first Trade Dollar was issued in 1873. But some people do mistake Liberty Seated dollars for Trade Dollars. Mostly because of the similar obverse design. Look at the coin again and post new question.


Such a coin does not exist. The modern silver Florin (Two Shillings) was reintroduced into the currency in 1848 during Queen Victorias reign as a tentative step towards decimalisation (One Florin = one tenth of a Pound).


The value of an 1848 Ferdinand Lantner Houslar violin will vary depending on the condition and demand. In 2003, one of these violins sold at an auction for $1,235.


The only British 22 carat gold coins issued in 1899 were the Sovereign and the Half-Sovereign. The Florin was a silver coin from its introduction into the currency in 1848.


This is not true. Silver was discovered in California in 1848 or 1849. But I do supect that the population grew when they discovered it.


The first British Florin was minted in 1848.


The first British Florin was minted in 1848.


Aesop's Fables 1848 edition costs 99 cents on Ebay, but it would probably be worth more to sell.


There was no British Crown minted from 1848 to 1886 inclusive.


From 1848, the Florin (Two Shillings) was made from 0.925 (92.5%) sterling silver. From 1920 the silver content was reduced to 0.500 (50%) and from 1947 they were made from a copper-nickel alloy.


There were no British Crowns (Five Shillings) minted from 1848 to 1886 inclusive.


The Royal Mint did not produce a Crown coin from 1848 to 1852 inclusive.



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