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2010-02-15 15:45:29
2010-02-15 15:45:29

The Carson City Mint did not strike proof coins. Unfortunately many privet mints have made and sold replicas of these coins that have no collectible value at all. But you may have what are called GSA cased Morgans from the Carson City Mint that are uncirculated, not proof coins and they do have good value. Please have a collector or dealer look at the coins for a accurate evaluation.


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The earliest Carson City silver dollar is the 1870-CC Seated Liberty dollar.

Look on the reverse and then look above the DO in dollar. If you see the two letters CC you have a silver dollar from the Carson City mint. This was the mintmark that the Carson City mint used.

No Carson City dollar coins were struck in 1886 -- you have a counterfeit.

No the first Carson City Dollar coin was the 1870 Seated Liberty

No. The Carson City mint closed in 1893.

An uncirculated Carson City Morgan dollar is worth around $700.00

No. The final year Carson City mint produced silver dollars was 1885.

There were no silver dollars struck at Carson City in 1887. Any 1887 dollar with a CC mint mark is a counterfeit.

The Carson City Mint didn't strike proof coins. At that time only Philadelphia struck proofs. Please check again and post a new question.

It depends greatly on the year, early silver dollar proof dollars can be worth several thousand dollars, modern silver dollar proofs of common dates might be worth $20 or so for silver scrap.

One dollar, as stated on the back of the coin.

Sorry the Carson City Mint wasn't even built in 1838

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.

1964 proof Kennedy halves are 90% silver, 68, 69, 70 proofs are 40%. The 3-piece Bicentennial silver proof & silver mint sets are 40% and 1992 to date silver sets are 90%.

Please check your coin again. The Carson City Mint closed in 1893.

Please check your coin again. The Carson City Mint closed in 1893.

Look at the date again. No Carson-City coins were struck in 1888.

The Carson City Mint wasn't even built until 1869.

It means that the coin was minted in Carson City, Nevada.

Generally speaking, the Carson City silver dollar will have a greater value than one minted elsewhere during the same time period.

The value of 1889 Morgan silver dollar replica ranges from $23.01 to $26.76

It will have "CC" in the mint mark position, on the reverse side above the DO in DOLLAR.

1893 was the last year a Morgan dollar was struck at the Carson-City Mint. Look at the coin again and post new question.

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