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Yes, there were many issues of silver dollars in the 1800s, including most of the Morgan Dollar series, along with the Seated Liberty Dollars, Trade Dollars, and the Bust Dollar.

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Non common? Please rephrase question. Many "Silver Dollars" were struck in the 1800's.



The last true silver dollars were made in 1935. That year marked the end of 90% silver dollars. The next silver dollars were made in 1971. These were Eisenhower dollars. They are not made of silver but rather of copper and nickel.


All silver dollars made of silver contain 90% silver, but the last of those was minted in 1935. The Eisenhower dollars of the 1970s didn't contain silver.


In the late 1800s, a political party emerged known as the Populists that was comprised dominantly of farmers. This group wanted the free and unlimited coinage of silver. Led by William Jennings Bryan, the Democratic nominee for the 1896 election, free silverites demanded inflation of the silver coin. The farmers supported bimetallism or free silver in the late 1800s because many of them were struggling to make ends meet, and the inflation of silver would add much needed financial respite. For example, if one were to borrow two dollars in gold, this sum could be paid back in two dollars of silver. Silver and gold, under a Populist notion, are considered equal. Yet silver is NOT equivalent to gold, and the true worth of the debt repaid in silver would be equivalent to one dollar.


No. The modern presidential dollars are made of brass and contain no silver.


At the time, the type of silver dollars were what are known as Morgan dollars.


Half dollars minted before 1965 are 90% silver, and those from 1965-70 are 40% silver. Then with silver dollars, the last year for ones with actual silver in them was 1935 (there were no dollar coins from 1936 to 1970).


Silver Dollars were minted starting in 1794. There were no silver dollars minted in 1791


No silver dollars were minted in 1969 in the United States. The only coins still minted in silver at time were Kennedy half dollars with 40% silver content.


Morgan Silver Dollars were struck in 1895


Yes, Morgan dollars are made out of 90% silver.


There were no silver dollars minted in 1952.


U.S. silver dollars dated 1935 or earlier contain 90% silver.


if a silver dollar is 90% silver it would take 1 and 1/10th silver dollars to make an ounce of silver


1964, was the last year for silver half dollars.


need more info ... what kind of silver dollars?


No. The last true silver dollars were made in 1935. Eisenhower dollars were not made until 1971.


Yes. All Morgan silver dollars were made with 90% silver and 10% copper.


All 90% silver half dollars are about $10.00 just for the silver.


The mint still makes dollar coins but they are not silver. In 1964 true silver dollars stopped due to the rising price of silver. Silver dollars can still be bought at coin shops and are not really expensive.


One American Silver eagle dollar will make an ounce of silver. Only silver dollars dated 1935 and older contain silver. They contain about .77 troy ounces of silver. So about 1.3 Silver dollars 1935 and older would make an ounce of silver.


Flowing Hair, Draped Bust, and Gobrecht silver dollars contain .8924 oz. Pure silver. Trade dollars contain .7874 oz. pure silver Liberty Seated , Morgan and Peace dollars contain .77344 oz. pure silver. Eisenhower silver dollars contain .3161 oz pure silver . American Silver Eagles contain a full oz. pure silver


Yes, Silver Eagles are 99.9% silver.


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