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November 6, 2011
A:
What you have is a Sacagawea dollar. It is worth the face value of $1 However if it is in MINT STATE it is worth about $3.00
Type of coin = one doller/us
Year of coin = 2000
Mint =  p
Q:
I have a gold coin with liberty and a picture of an indian woman
with a baby on one side then on the other side an eagle with the
lettering united states of america. in the middle it has E
pluribus unum
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A:
With little wear your coin it will more than likely be graded an AU 50 to AU 55. The mint mark on this coin
would be located below the wreath on the reverse.
However, coins struck at the Philadelphia mint before 1979 (except five cent pieces) have no mint mark.
There are several die types for this coin, some with 7 feathers and some with 8. I do not know which one
you have but the price does not very much
Taking into consideration the information you have given me, I would estimate your coin's value between
$45 and $70

The most valuable mint mark for this year would be CC or Carson City, Nevada
Type of coin = Morgan silver dollar
Year of coin = 1878
Mint = no mint mark
Condition = Light wear
comments = 1878 morgan silver dollar no mint mark
November 5, 2011
Q:
could you tell me what its worth if anything?
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December 1, 2011
Type of coin = one dollar
Year of coin =1922
Condition = Even worse
A:
You have a Peace dollar, minted between 1921-1935.
The value of a coin from this year is $28 in VF-20 condition and $190 in MS-65 condition
I do not have a photo of your coin but I would estimate it around
$28
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what about 1890CC one dollar coin and 1901S half dollar coin?
December 11, 2011
#26
A:
Thanks again for visiting
#1 Your 1890 Carson City Morgan  is worth $125 in VF-20 condition and $1,800 in MS-64
#2 Your 1901 Barber half dollar is $32 in G-4 condition and    $2,000 in MS-60
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December 12, 2011
#27
A:
You have a Morgan silver dollar. The value of this coin  in AU-50 condition is $36
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Type of coin = Silver Dollar
Year of coin = 1886
Condition = Light wear
December 12, 2011
#28
A:
There are several die variety's and misstrikes for the P mintmark
Variety 1-   8 feathers   749,500 minted       This version is worth $75 in AUG condition
Variety 2 -  7 feathers  9,759,300 minted     This version is worth $50 in AU-50 condition
The 7 over 8 error is worth $80 in AU-50 condition
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Type of coin = morgan dollar
Year of coin = 1878
Mint = p
Condition = Light wear
December 16, 2011
#31
A:
This was the last year these coins were struck.
Your Morgan dollar is valued at
$40 in MS-60 condition
Type of coin = morgan silver dollar
Year of coin = 1921
Mint = d
Condition = Near perfect
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December 18, 2011
#33
A:
Sounds like you have a Morgan silver dollar. These are nice coins.
If your coin is in MS-63 condition it is worth
$65
If your coin is in MS-60 condition it is worth $50
Type of coin = Silver dollar
Year of coin = 1900
Mint = none
Condition = Near perfect
comments = was given to my mother when she was 16 and has been in a box for 53 years
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A:
Your 1796 silver dollar is worth a lot but it depends on the condition.
Since I can not see the coin myself, you will have to read the coin grading scale
and make the judgement yourself.

There are several types for this year
Small date, small letters
Small date, large letters
Large date, small letters.
They are all about the same in value.
In AU-50 condition this coin is valued at
$16,500
In MS-60 condition this coin jumps to $60,000
If there is no sign of wear, it is more likely to be MS-60
This would be a good coin to get professionally graded by NGC or PCI
Can you send a photo?


RE: Wow I'm Speechless here is a photo


A:
The grading standards are very strict and I do see a little wear around the rim.
Unfortunately this is not in MS-60 condition. But if it is real, it is still worth some
money.
Since this is such a rare coin you may always have to be cautious because
people sometimes make replicas.
What is the story behind this coin coin and where did you find it?
Do you have a local coin shop to take it to where they can take a closer look at it?
If you have a scale, the original weighs 26.96 grams and is composed of .8924
silver
January 3, 2012
Type of coin = Silver dollar
Year of coin = 1881
Condition = Near perfect
comments = United States Uncirculated Silver Dollar, in a plastic case.  1881, Lady
Liberty, E Pluribus Unum, 13 stars.
Back of coin:Eagle holding arrows and olive branch, In God We Trust
A:
There were two silver dollars struck in 1881 the Trade dollar and the Morgan
I believe your coin is the Morgan silver dollar because of your description. I need photos to be 100% sure.
The value of the Morgan depends on it's
mint mark.
If your coin was struck in San Fransisco (S)  Philadelphia (no mintmark)  or New Orleans (O)
Then it is worth around
$45 in AU-50 condition
If your coin was struck in Carson City (CC) then it is worth around
$250 in AU-50 condition

If your coin said
Trade Dollar on the back then it would be worth much more because there were only 960 of these coins
minted.
In
EF-40 condition this coin is valued at $1,500
#44
Type of coin = Silver Dollar
Year of coin = 1922
Condition = Near perfect
comments = Lady Liberty, In God we Trust
Back:Eagle at rest with Olive branch, Peace.  E Pluribus Unum
Type of coin = Silver Dollar
Year of coin = 1921
Condition = Light wear
comments = Lady Liberty wearing a cap with leaves, flowers,  E Pluribus Unum, 13
stars.
Back:Eagle w/arrows, olive branch, In God We Trust
A:
You have a peace dollar.
This coin is valued at
$36 in MS-60 condition.
A:
There was also two Silver dollars for this year The Morgan and the Peace dollar
From your description it sounds like you have a Morgan.
The Morgan is worth around
$45 in AU-50 condition

This was the first year for peace dollars and it would be worth $180 in AU-50 condition
January 4, 2012
#45
Type of coin = Silver Draped Bust Dollar Coin
Year of coin = 1796
Condition = Near perfect
comments = Minor Scratches visible when you look close
RE: My husband found it in a century old warehouse where he works. It looked like
someone dropped it long time ago and while he was doing some cleaning that’s
when he found the coin.
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