The General Services Administration didn't exist in 1861 and never struck any coins. Perhaps you mean CSA - Confederate States of America. There were only 4 original CSA half dollars, all from one die, so if one has die cracks, I'm sure they all do. And they are all accounted for in collections. The dies were later used by a private company to make approximately 500 "restrikes", which are fairly valuable, with or without any die cracks. i found an 1861 half dollar no mint mark with a pie part missing about one eighth this coin is not i repeat not silver it is copper on my metal detector and other metal detectors read copper. it looks real dark brown. this is a seated liberty coin with grooves on the side of the coins edge. i guess where it was minted. i am not a coin collector i found this metal detecting. yes i would like to sell it but dont know who wants it.
The mint mark of the Denver Mint (shown as a "D") and the San Francisco Mint (shown as "S) on the Eisenhower Dollar is located on the obverse (heads) side of the coin directly beneath the bust of Eisenhower. If there is no mint mark there, then the coin was struck at the Philadelphia Mint and in this mint did not place a mint mark on the coins struck there until 1979.
Morgan dollars were struck from 1878 to 1904 & for the last time 1921, Peace dollars were struck from 1921 to 1928 and 1934 and 1935. Any MORGAN dollar dated after 1921 IS A FAKE, but it is possible the obverse die the coin was struck with had some type of damage making the last 1 in the 1921 date on the coin look like a 7. This does not add any value to the coin. As of today the Melt Value of the coin is about $20.00.
Liberty has been depicted as a woman on the U.S. silver dollar starting in 1794 and continuing through 1935 when the last circulating silver dollar was struck. From 1936 through 1970 there were no dollar coins struck for general circulation in the United States. Beginning in 1971 a dollar coin bearing the likeness of Dwight D. Eisenhower was struck and continued until 1978 when the series was ended. Silver specimens of this series were struck for collectors but none of the circulation coins contained silver. This series was the last large size dollar coins struck for circulation in the United States. 1979 was the first year of the Susan B. Anthony dollar coin. Both circulation and collector coins were struck but none contained silver. Mintage of this series was suspended after the issuance of the 1981 coins but was resumed for one year in 1999. In 2000 the first of the manganese brass clad dollars was issued bearing the likeness of Sacajawea. In 2009 the reverse of the coin was changed and the name was changed to Native American Dollar. The obverse still bears the likeness of Sacajawea. The reverse of this will change each year until the series in ended. None of these manganese brass clad dollars contained silver. Beginning in 2007 the Presidential Dollar series began. Each year the obverse of these coins will bear the likeness of 4 U.S. presidents, each minted for a short time. When the series ends all U.S. presidents will have been depicted on these coins. They are also manganese brass clad and contain no silver.
I need to Know how much I have to pay for this coin? Dwight D Eisenhower value commemorative dollar 1890-1969? The only US Mint issued commemorative dollar coin for Eisenhower is dated 1890-1990. The obverse has a dual profile of him and was struck to mark the centennial of his birth. Average retail value is $25.00
Please check your coin again. 1921-dated Peace dollars were only struck at Philadelphia. If your coin has a "D" above the "DO" in "DOLLAR" and the eagle's wings are outstretched, you have a Morgan dollar rather than a Peace dollar. There's more information at the question "What is the value of a 1921 Morgan silver dollar?"
The Silver Peace dollar was the silver dollar to come after the Morgan Silver Dollar (1878-1921). The Peace dollar was made from 1922-1935) It is composed of .900 silver. It is 90% silver and 10% copper. A Peace Dollar is a silver dollar struck by the US mint for circulation from 1921-1935. It features Liberty on the obverse with a radiate crown, the reverse shows a bald eagle perched on a rock with an olive branch and the rock in inscribed "PEACE". The coin was struck to commemorate the end of WWI. Coins were minted in 1921 (that year was the final year for the Morgan Dollar also), 1922, 1923, 1924, 1925, 1926, 1927, 1928, 1934, 1935. The 1921 issues are highly prized because they are struck in high relief and the 1928 (no mintmark) coins are considered to be the "key date" and sell for much higher than bullion pricing. Pieces struck in common years like 1923 and 1924 unless flawlessly uncirculated sell for bullion prices which at the time of writing range from around $22-29 or so.
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