Some silver coins do tone to a gold color. This is a chemical reaction to the environment the coin has been exposed to.
The going price for a 1881 $10 gold liberty head coin is about $600; but that can vary considerably depending on its condition.
Gold plating a coin destroys its numismatic value. This Morgan dollar has a value based on the worth of silver it contains and that of the bit of gold used to plate it .
Click on the web link in the "RELATED LINKS" to see a photograph of the 1881 $10 gold coin.
It's worth exactly one dollar. 1881 is the year Garfield was President, while the coin itself was minted in 2011.
The 1881 gold dollar weighs 1.7 grams and contains 90% gold. If the coin is a little bigger than a quarter with an image of James Garfield on one side and the Statue of Liberty on the other, then it's a modern Presidential dollar and contains no gold.
On your browser type in "1881 5 dollar gold coin" click on images and then search, it well bring up a lot of pictures.
If the coin is a real Morgan or Peace dollar. The value is just for the silver, about $20.00.
Assuming you mean a Morgan silver dollar and not a gold one dollar coin, if the coin is circulated and has no mintmarks, retail value is $26.00-$32.00 depending on how much wear the coin has. The 1883 Morgan is a common date.
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The last year for a gold US one dollar coin was 1889. If you have an 1896 Morgan silver dollar that has toned a gold hue, it needs to be seen for a accurate assessment. Take it to a coin dealer.
== == There is NO gold in a Morgan dollar. They are all large coins, 38.1 mm in diameter, and made of 90% silver and 10% copper as were all silver coins up till 1964. If the coin you have in question is truly an 1890 gold dollar it will be smaller than a dime and the specie weight value will be around $50.00. The coin must be seen to be properly appraised. As noted above the Morgan Dollar is a Silver Coin and not a gold piece.