Q: What is 1891 silver dollar worth?

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There is 24 grams of silver in a 1891 US silver dollar.

Minimum of $24, one in perfect condition can be worth $8100 or more.

The date of 1891 would make it a Morgan silver dollar. Assuming the coin is circulated and does not have a mintmark, current values are from $25.00-$50.00 depending on the condition (grade) of the coin.

The coin is a Morgan dollar the date 1891 is common and assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark, retail values are $17.00-$38.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.

Sorry no US one dollar GOLD coins dated 1891, last year was 1889 That answer is not entirely correct. In 1891 silver dollars where minted. (Morgan Dollar) The coins weighs 26.73g and contains 90% silver. That means it contains 24.057 grams of silver. An ounce (about 31grams) is worth 21.80$ right now. So your coin is worth 16.91$. A coin collector might pay more. A gold buyer like P3MRefining.com will pay between 70 and 90%. The question is about GOLD coins.

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There is 24 grams of silver in a 1891 US silver dollar.

The date of 1891 would make it a Morgan silver dollar. Assuming the coin is circulated and does not have a mintmark, current values are from $25.00-$50.00 depending on the condition (grade) of the coin.

Minimum of $24, one in perfect condition can be worth $8100 or more.

The date of 1891 would make it a Morgan silver dollar. Assuming the coin is circulated and does not have a mintmark, current values are from $25.00-$50.00 depending on the condition (grade) of the coin.

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.

The coin is a Morgan dollar the date 1891 is common and assuming it's circulated and has no mintmark, retail values are $17.00-$38.00 depending on the actual grade of the coin.

Current retail value is $17.00-$38.00 for circulated coins depending on grade

In the search box on your home page, type in 1891 silver dollar then click on images, this will bring up a lot of pictures.

Sorry no US one dollar GOLD coins dated 1891, last year was 1889 That answer is not entirely correct. In 1891 silver dollars where minted. (Morgan Dollar) The coins weighs 26.73g and contains 90% silver. That means it contains 24.057 grams of silver. An ounce (about 31grams) is worth 21.80$ right now. So your coin is worth 16.91$. A coin collector might pay more. A gold buyer like P3MRefining.com will pay between 70 and 90%. The question is about GOLD coins.

The 1891 Morgan Silver Dollar can be seen by using the link to a picture of this coin.

For 1891, the value is really determined by the mint mark. One with no mint mark is worth $22 to $30, depending on condition. An 1891-O is worth $22 to $90. The '91-S is $22 to $50. Then the more elusive '91-CC is worth at least $50 and as much as $200.

There's no silver in it, and it's worth one dollar.