Regardless of the year the mintmark is in the same place on all Morgan silver dollars, it's on the reverse just above the letters DO in dollar. If it does not have a mintmark it was coined in Philadelphia no Morgan dollar has a "P" mintmark.
On a Morgan dollar, the mintmark should be located right below the center of the wreath, the minkmark is very small. if there is no mintmark, then it was minted in Philadelphia
Please post new question and include a date, mintmark, and condition for an answer. The mintmark is located above the DO in DOLLAR.
It's a Peace dollar not a Morgan, look at the back of the coin for a mintmark and post new question.
The 1901 Morgan with no mintmark is worth more than the one with the "O" mintmark, but the difference depends on the condition (grade) of the coins. A 1901-O Morgan in the grade of EF-40 has an average value of $29.00 A 1901 Philadelphia (no mintmark) Morgan in the same grade is $105.00.
If you have a 1895 Morgan with a Carson-City mintmark it's fake. 1893 was the last CC Morgan dollar.
If it has any mintmark, it's on the back under the eagle and above the DO in dollar.
The mintmark if it has one is in the same place on all Morgan silver dollars, it's on the reverse just above the letters DO in dollar. If it does not have a mintmark it was coined in Philadelphia no Morgan dollar has a "P" mintmark. The only mintmarks used on Morgans are O, S, CC and a D was used in 1921 only.
Sorry this isn't a American silver eagle. This is a Morgan silver dollar. The mintmark is located above the DO in DOLLAR on the back of the coin.
A morgan silver dollar cost minimum 30 dollars but if it has a "S" or a "CC" mintmark it can sell up to 130 dollars.
Post new question with The Mintmark please.
The last Morgan was struck in 1921. This coin is an EISENHOWER dollar, unless it has a "S" mintmark it's just a big dollar coin. Just spend it.
The 1890 Morgan was struck at all 4 Mints. So if it was made at the Carson-City Mint the mintmark is on the reverse, under the DO in DOLLAR.
You've got to give us the mintmark and the exact year. Morgan dollars have a mintmark (if any) above the D and O in dollar on the reverse.
Assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark, retail value is $16.00-$21.00
It depends on the date and and mintmark of the coin. Post new question.
If the coin does have a mintmark it would be under the "DO" in dollar on the back of the coin.
The "S" is a Mintmark that means it was made at the San Francisco Mint. NOTE: The coin is a MORGAN dollar NOT a silver lady.
A "Carson City Morgan Dollar" is simply a Morgan dollar produced at the Carson City, Nevada, mint. Such a coin can be identified by the mintmark "CC" on the reverse of the coin, beneath the tail feathers of the eagle.
On the reverse side of the coin under the DO in DOLLAR.
It depends greatly on the year and the mintmark. Without knowing that it is impossible to give a value.
The 1879 Morgan dollar is not scarce or rare, assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark, average retail values are $26.00 to $32.00 depending on how much wear the coin has.
The 1879 Morgan dollar is not scarce or rare, assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark, average retail values are $30.00 to $41.00 depending on how much wear the coin has.
7-31-11>> Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1890 Morgan dollar is very common. Values are $38.00-$44.00 depending on the grade.
Assuming the coin is circulated and has no mintmark, the 1891 Morgan dollar is a slightly better date Morgan with retail value of $38.00-$45.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.