if you mean the presidential dollars then it is on the edge of the coin
If your coin has a mintmark (if it has none it is minted in Philadelphia) is on the reverse of the coin, under the "E" in states but above the bell.
If it has a mintmark it will be below the eagle on the back of the coin.
If it has one it's just above the date.
A simple answer is the 1893, 1895 & 1903 Morgan dollars from the New Orleans Mint typicaly have the highest values.
Price ranges from about $20 (lots of wear) to $200 (almost new). However it can't have a P mint mark. The P mint mark first appeared on half dollars in 1980.
A date is needed. Post new question.
Which one? A date is needed, post new question.
Assuming that "fairly new" translates to "moderate wear" or VF condition, the value of your coin depends on what mint mark if any is on the back under the eagle. With no mint mark, retail prices as of 09/2008 are around $260 With an S mint mark, $700 With a CC mint mark, $4900
The value of gold dollars depends upon the year of mintage, which mint facility struck the coin and the condition of the coin. Please examine the coin again and post a new question containing this information.
The mint mark position on all Morgan-design dollars is above the DO in DOLLAR. No mint mark = Philadelphia O = New Orleans CC = Carson City S = San Francisco D = Denver (1921 only)
No. Silver dollars minted at Philadelphia did not carry mint marks. Mint mark positions are: Seated Liberty dollars - under the eagle Morgan dollars - above the DO in DOLLAR Peace dollars - between the word ONE and the eagle's tail feathers. Mint mark letters are: blank = Philadelphia D = Denver S = San Francisco O = New Orleans CC = Carson City Dollars weren't minted every year at every mint, so there are many gaps in the series.
Please check again and post a new question. The C mint mark was only used on gold coins minted from 1838 to 1861. Your coin should either have no mint mark, a D, or an S.
It depends on the year of issue, post new question.
It can't be a D mint mark. The Denver mint opened in 1906, and 1873 Liberty Seated dollars were only struck at Philadelphia (no mint mark) and Carson City (CC). Please check your coin again and post a new question.
A date and mint mark (if any) is needed. Please post new question