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If it has one, it's on the reverse above DO in the word dollar.

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It would be on the back, beneath the eagle's tail feathers.



i have 1884 trade dollar i got it in a charity shop 20 year ago not proff same weight but not a fake


The mint mark on any Morgan dollar is on the reverse above the letters DO in dollar.


$24 to $500,000 depending upon the mint mark and the condition of the coin.


If it has one, it's on the reverse above DO in the word dollar.


If there is one it's on the back above the letters DO in the word dollar.


If there is one it's on the back above the letters DO in the word dollar


If it doesn't have a mint mark, that means it was made in Philadelphia.



By the mint mark on the reverse of the coin, but silver dollar coins with no mint mark are made in Philadelphia


If it's a copy, then it's not worth much of anything. It's probably silver-plated copper or zinc.


The mint mark position on all Morgan silver dollars is located between the wreath and the DO in DOLLAR. No mint mark = Philadelphia S = San Francisco O = New Orleans CC = Carson City D = Denver (1921 only)


$16 to $20, unless it has a "CC" mint mark in which case it's worth $125-$175.


The mint mark position is the same on all Morgan dollars: on the reverse above the DO in DOLLAR. No mint mark = Philadelphia S = San Francisco O = New Orleans CC = Carson City D = Denver (1921 coins only)


The mint mark (if it has one) on all Morgan silver dollars is on the reverse of the coin just above the letters "DO" in dollar.


"DO" isn't a mint mark. The mint mark on a silver dollar for that year is on the reverse (tails) side, just above the letters "do" in the word "dollar."


above the DO in dollar on the back :]


As with most coins, the value depends on the condition. Most highly circulated 1884-O coins dollars are worth a little over the price of an ounce of silver (recently $17). If they are uncirculated dollars, they can be worh up to $250.


No mint mark means it was minted in Philadelphia.


The mintmark is above the tail, below O of ONE


1882 would make it a Morgan dollar, so the mint mark is on the reverse (tails) side, near the bottom, just above the letters "do" in the word "dollar."


1892 Liberty silver dollar mint mark in on the reverse just above and between the D and O in Dollar at the bottom of the coin. Mine is marked with an S.


A 1884 Trade Dollar was only minted in proof condition by the US Treasury and carried NO mint mark. If you happen to possess this coin, its value is: $125,000!


1928 makes it a Peace dollar. The mint mark is located on the reverse (tails) side, below the word "one." D for Denver, S is San Francisco, and no mark is Philadelphia.



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