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What is value of 1884 silver dollar 0?


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2011-06-30 17:48:02
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6-30-11>> Assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark. The 1884-O Morgan dollar is a very common New Orleans Mint issue coin. Value is $36.00 to $44.00 depending on condition.


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A 1978-D Eisenhower dollar has no silver in it and is only face value.

Value of any coin is determined by grade, mintmark, date, condition and demand.

Someone said about $20, a silver dollar with 90% silver is around 0.77 ounce. the value of the silver alone is $35. So not sure why the person answered that its only 17-20. I have the same coin. I think from researching my own coin is worth about $40-$45

A current average retail value is $65.00 for this coin.

1846 was the first year for an "O" mintmark on a dollar coin. Look at the coin again and post new question.

Nothing, because there's no such thing. No Morgan dollars were minted anywhere that year.

0%. They are not silver. They are made of a clad copper and nickel.

I would like to find the value of a 1896-0 liberty dollar value

If it's a circulating Voyageur dollar, 0%. It's pure nickel.

Most uncirculated 1884-O Morgans grade from MS-60 at $47.00 to MS-63 that is $60.00.

In a Bicentennial Eisenhower Dollar, there is 0% Silver, unless San Francisco(S) Proof Coin, some were minted in 40% Silver. Hope this helps.

Average retail value is $60.00 for the MS-64 grade, the coin is a common date/mint Morgan.

1883-S $30 to $250,000, 1880-O $27 to $70,000, 1921-O does not exist.

If it's minted in Philadelphia or Denver, it contains 0% silver. If it's from San Francisco, some versions contain 40% and others are 0%.

Circulated coins are valued at $17.00-$36.00 depending on the grade it's not a rare Morgan mint state coins are $45.00-$60.00

Mint State 1885-O Morgans are very common. In the grades of MS-60 to MS-63 retail values are $45.00-$65.00.

1964 and earlier: 90%. 1965-70: 40%. 1971-present: 0%.

1964: 90% 1965-70: 40% 1971-present: 0%

The "O" mintmark identifies the Mint at New Orleans, LA

1. USA - 13 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze 2. USSR - 2 gold, 4 silver, 3 bronze 3. Yugoslavia - 1 gold, 4 silver, 1 bronze 4. Argentina - 1 gold, 0 silver, 1 bronze 5. France - 0 gold, 2 silver, 0 bronze 5. Italy - 0 gold, 2 silver, 0 bronze 5. Spain - 0 gold, 2 silver, 0 bronze 6. Canada - 0 gold, 1 silver, 0 bronze 6. Croatia - 0 gold, 1 silver, 0 bronze 7. Brazil - 0 gold, 0 silver, 3 bronze 7. Lithuania - 0 gold, 0 silver, 3 bronze 8. Uruguay - 0 gold, 0 silver, 2 bronze 9. Cuba - 0 gold, 0 silver, 1 bronze 9. Mexico - 0 gold, 0 silver, 1 bronze

It is only worth what someone is willing to pay for it as a collectible. as for silver value it is worth $0. Even though it has some silver, once it is plated, it is hard to separate from the other metals. Maybe you could get $20.00 on ebay for it.

There can't be a 1963 JFK half dollar because the design wasn't minted until 1964, after his death. In any case, painting or "colorizing" coins detracts from their collectible value because they're considered to be altered items. And in any case, even undamaged Kennedy halves don't have any special value because so many have been minted. They're pretty much only worth their metal value - as of 10/2010, about $7 for a coin dated 1964 (90% silver), $3.25 for 1965-1970 (40% silver), but just plain old 50 cents for anything from 1971 or later (cupronickel, i.e. 0% silver).

If the coin has a mintmark it is under the eagle and above the letters DO in dollar on the reverse of the coin. But not all US coins have mintmarks, if it has none the coin was made in Philadelphia.

It is an "O" (not a 0) and it is the mintmark, found on the reverse of the coin under the eagle. It means the coin was struck at the New Orleans mint (the mint is no longer in operation today).

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