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What was the value of 1900 Morgan Silver Dollar?


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Answered 2014-08-27 23:36:16

The 1900 Morgan Silver Dollar features the Statue of Liberty on one side, and an eagle on the other. Online collectors are buying Morgan Silver Dollars for around 100 to 300 dollars, depending on quality.

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A 1900 Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $28.00-$35.00, typical Mint State coins are $40.00-$60.00.


If you mean a 1900 Morgan silver dollar, circulated coins are valued from $32.00-$39.00.


The only silver dollar minted by the US Treasury in 1900 was the Morgan Dollar.


As of August 2012 the value would be over 12,000 dollars.


If it's dated 1900, then it's a Morgan silver dollar. It's worth at least $20 or so in worn condition, and closer to $40 in uncirculated condition. If you have a 1900-S Morgan, the value is a bit higher.


A 1900 Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $28.00-$35.00, typical Mint State coins are $40.00-$60.00


Just type in 1900 Morgan dollar on your browser and click images.


$15-17 retail for a coin in average condition.


3-30-11>> A 1900 Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $32.00-$38.00, typical Mint State coins are $40.00-$60.00


4-30-11>> A 1900 Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $38.00-$44.00, typical Mint State coins are $50.00-$60.00


A 1900 silver dollar is a lady liberty Morgan silver dollar, not an Ellis Island silver dollar. There is no record of an Ellis Island silver dollar, so this may be some sort of commemorative coin.


Regardless of what mint struck the coin, it's probably worth about $17 at retail.


Mint state 1900 Morgans are common in the grades of MS-60 to MS-63 with retail values of $34.00-$48.00


A Morgan Silver Dollar contains 26.73g of 90% silver. As of today (11 July 2011), the price of silver is about $1148/kg, so the value of the silver would be (0.02673 * 0.90 * $1148) = $27.62. Depending on the condition and mint markings, the coin may be worth more or less than its melt value.


The 1900 Morgan dollars issued from the New Orleans Mint are known to have medium size mintmarks. This is not a recognized variety. The 1900-O Morgan is considered common. AU grade coins currently have values of $35.00-$40.00.


This is a very common date Morgan, and retail values are low at $15.00-$25.00 for circulated coins. With mint state coins at $30.00-$35.00


The 1900 Morgan dollar is a common date of the series. Circulated examples with no mintmarks have current market values of $32.00- $39.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.


7-18-11>>> Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1900 Morgan dollar is a high mintage common date, retail values are $36.00-$41.00 depending on the grade of the coin.


In EF about $375; in AU about $1900.


4-16-11>> A 1900-O Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $33.00-$40.00, typical Mint State coins are $50.00-$60.00.


The 1900 Morgan dollar is a common date of the series. Circulated examples with no mintmarks have current market values of $32.00- $39.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin


Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1900 Morgan dollar dollar is a common date of the series. Retail values are $30.00-$39.00 depending on the grade of the coin.


The 1900 Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $26.00-$32.00 for a example in circulated condition.


1900 is not a rare date for Morgan Dollars. In average circulated condition, it's worth $8-$10. If it has an "S" mintmark on the back (above the "DO" in DOLLAR), it will be worth a couple dollars more.


A 1900 Morgan dollar (the phrase E Pluribus Unum by itself doesn't specify coin type or denomination) is worth around $24-30 depending on condition. If it's a 1900-S, then it's worth a little more.



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