The value of $1 in 1900 at 2010 prices would be $26.45.
The 1900 Morgan dollar is a common date of the series. Circulated examples with no mintmarks have current market values of $32.00- $39.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.
1,000,000 dollars in 1900 would be worth 890,000,000 dollars in 2013. The two links below are useful tools to deterning appreciation/depreciation of a value of money over time. Who can be sure of the accuracy though?
Numismedia shows retail prices ranging from $230 in Fine condition to $430 in Extremely Fine.
Because today's economy is so different from that in 1900, it's very difficult to come up with a single value comparing the value of today's dollar today with a dollar that far in the past.A number of sources including the Bureau of Labor Statistics indicate that a comparable "market basket" of goods that cost $1 in 1900 would cost about $25 to $28 today.Other sources that compare wages indicate that a worker making $1 a day in 1900 would make about $130 if they're unskilled, and about $200 if they have a skilled profession.It's even harder to compare quality-of-life costs; for example people in 1900 weren't as healthy in general nor did they have things like radio, TV, airplanes, etc. The economist Samuel Williamson ("Measuring Worth", 2015) attempted to take those factors into account and came up with a ballpark figure of $1 in 1900 being equivalent to over $800 today in terms of quality.
As of August 2012 the value would be over 12,000 dollars.
1900 is not a rare date for Morgan Dollars. In average circulated condition, it's worth $8-$10. If it has an "S" mintmark on the back (above the "DO" in DOLLAR), it will be worth a couple dollars more.
The 1900 Morgan Silver Dollar features the Statue of Liberty on one side, and an eagle on the other. Online collectors are buying Morgan Silver Dollars for around 100 to 300 dollars, depending on quality.
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All Nickels, Quarters, Half Dollars and Dollar US coins dated 1900 have the motto E PLURIBUS UNUM on them, a denomination is needed.
If you mean a 1900 Morgan silver dollar, circulated coins are valued from $32.00-$39.00.
Please check again and post a new question. The last Trade Dollars were minted in 1885, and the Walking Liberty design was used on half dollars minted from mid-1916 to 1947. All silver dollars minted in 1900 carried the "Morgan" design.
The 1900 Morgan Dollar is common, average retail value is $26.00-$32.00 for a example in circulated condition.
A 1900 Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $28.00-$35.00, typical Mint State coins are $40.00-$60.00.
A 1900 Morgan dollar is common, circulated coins are $28.00-$35.00, typical Mint State coins are $40.00-$60.00