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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    where is the cheapest place or website to but silver dollars or dimes?
    Is there a super cheap place where you can buy silver dollars?
    like morgan dollars ,peace dollars,mercury dollars,and other silver compisition coins
    it there is it can really help

    • ANSWER:
      There is no such place. With silver and gold doing their thing no one is stupid enough to sell either at low prices. There is no such thing as Mercury dollars but there are dimes.

  2. QUESTION:
    What is the difference between an 1889 Morgan Silver Dollar and an 1889CC Morgan Silver Dollar?
    I have a Morgan Silver Dollar, and I want to know how much its worth.

    • ANSWER:
      The mint mark is located on the back at the six o'clock position underneath the eagle. CC (for Carson City mint) is by far the best mint mark and 1889 CC silver dollars are quite rare.
      The other possibilities are no mint mark (Philadelphia mint), O (New Orleans mint) and S (San Francisco mint).
      Condition of the coin makes a lot of difference, also.

      Here is a listing of all 1889 silver dollars presently for sale on eBay. Once you determine the mint mark, this will give you an idea of what your coin will sell for:
      http://coins.search.ebay.com/1889_Dollars_W0QQcatrefZC6QQcoactionZcompareQQcoentrypageZsearchQQcopagenumZ1QQdfspZ2QQfgtpZQQfromZR2QQfsooZ2QQfsopZ2QQftrtZ1QQftrvZ1QQlopgZQQsabfmtsZ1QQsacatZ11975QQsaprchiZQQsaprcloZQQsbrftogZ1QQsofocusZunknown

  3. QUESTION:
    How can I get Morgan Silver dollars certified?
    I am trying to make money off a collection of Morgan silver dollars I own. Some of the years are for example: 1886,1885,1882,1880 and more. Any idea how much these are worth if certified. And what does getting a coin certified mean?

    • ANSWER:
      To answer your questions:

      "How can I get Morgan Silver dollars certified?"
      You can submit your coins to:
      - a third-party coin grading company. I recommend the top 3 TPGs like NGC, PCGS, or ANACS. Or IGC also fine. But for Morgans, I prefer PCGS and NGC. Please visit the TPG websites and learn more on how you can submit your coin. You can also send to the TPGs for grading through your local coin dealer.

      And only send in Morgans to be certified if:
      - They are CC mint Morgans.
      - Key dates or semi-key dates.
      - Rare VAMs.
      - Errors.
      - Genuines.
      - Not cleaned or damaged in any way(else you coins will be body-bagged)
      The reason for the aboves is because your coins should be more valuable than the cost of grading the coins.

      "Some of the years are for example: 1886,1885,1882,1880 and more. Any idea how much these are worth if certified."
      How much they can be worth very much depend on:
      - the grades and conditions of your morgans.
      - from which mint are your Morgans. Those dates you listed so far are common dates unless they are from Carson City mint(small "CC" underneath the eagle on the reverse of coin). There's no point in sending common-date circulated Morgans to be certified unless you want to see your collection in plastic holders.

      "And what does getting a coin certified mean?"
      Means that:
      - The coin will be put inside an air-tight clear plastic holder. It's for better storage and long term protection.
      - The coin will be graded by more than one professional grader working in the coin grading company you have submitted your coin to. A grade will be assigned(if gradeable & genuine) and stated inside the holder/slab according to the company's grading standards.
      - The coin will be much easier to sell at higher prices if it has been certified(by a reputable company) compared to a raw coin.
      - It gives buyer a peace of mind when buying and reselling it at later time, especially when dealing with rarities, varieties or errors.

  4. QUESTION:
    Assume that in 2009, an 1885 Morgan silver dollar sold for ,050. What was the rate of return on this investm?
    Assume that in 2009, an 1885 Morgan silver dollar sold for ,050

    What was the rate of return on this investment?

    • ANSWER:
      Given that the seller in 2009 probably didn't have it from when it was in circulation, probably bought it as a collectible, not enough info to say.

  5. QUESTION:
    What is the value of a 1881 Morgan Silver Dollar Coin?
    What is the value of a 1881 Morgan Silver Dollar Coin? I want to sell it depending on how much it values!

    thank you!
    or are there any sites that tell you these info?

    • ANSWER:
      It depends on the quality and which mint mark (CC, O, S, or none). The value ranges from to 30.

  6. QUESTION:
    What Is a 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar worth?
    I have a 1921 Morgan silver dollar. I can not find how much it is actually worth. Can someone help please.

    • ANSWER:
      It depends on which type you have. For Morgan type silver dollars, 1921 is by far the most common date. A 1921 Morgan dollar would sell for between for a worn coin up to about for a like-new one. This is regardless of mint mark. 1921 if you are not to sure on a coin you have go to www.ask.com I am a coin collector on silver dollars. you can start collecting them with your morgan dollar but if you get a 1921 peace dollar don't sell that one keep go to www.coastcoins.com

  7. QUESTION:
    What are some inexpensive coins to collect?
    I am looking to start a coin collection. Right now I have Peace Silver dollars and Morgan Silver dollars but I was wondering if there was anything cheaper. The Peace Silver dollars I usually buy at around 22 dollars and it is about the same for the Morgan Silver dollars. I am looking for something cheaper with a good value to it. Any suggestions? and prices of the coins you suggest would be great. Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      if you like big coins (silver dollar size) might i suggest you start a collection of world crowns, as in silver dollar sized coins of the world. most issues from the late 19th century thru the 20th century will sell for bullion value, or just above in circulated condition. most of these have 1/2 to 3/4 ounces of silver.

  8. QUESTION:
    Is now a good time to sell my silver coins?
    I have some common date Morgan silver dollars and a few gold coins. Should I sell them now for top dollar?

    • ANSWER:
      There's something you need to know about investing. if everyone (including a bunch of random people on yahoo) knows that the price isn't going up, everyone would sell... and that would make them all worth less. No one ever truly knows whether the market is going on anything. the exception is stock brokers and similar professionals, but they watch the value of these things very carefully, do tons of research, and even then can only make little predictions, and make like... 5%. A bigger question is, do you want to be safe from the american dollar becoming valueless? if you're worried about that, keep the metals. i think it's a possibility, im keeping mine. If you just want some money, now is as good a time as any.

  9. QUESTION:
    What are the approx values of my silver dollars?
    What are the approx. values of 2 Morgan Silver Dollars (1894 - cc) , one 1922 and one 1925 Peace Silver dollars, all in good, but not excellent condition?

    • ANSWER:
      I think you either have typos in your question, or Chinese fakes for dollars.

      1894-CC does not exist. The Carson City mint closed in 1893. Chinese fakes often make the mistake of producing date/mintmark combinations that are not real, mostly sold through ebay.

      Morgan Dollars were produced 1878-1904, plus 1921. None in 1922, which again does not look good.

      A 1925 Peace Dollar in average circulated condition, if real, is worth about US.

  10. QUESTION:
    How much is a 1894 e pluribus unum silver dollar worth?
    Hey so I got this coin from my grandpa and it's a 1894 silver dollar with a o below the eagle. Can you tell me the price range for all the conditions?

    • ANSWER:
      http://www.merchantcircle.com/answers/q/132919/I-have-a-1894-E-PLURIBUS-UNUM-UNITED-STATES-OF-AMERICA-ONE-DOLLAR-COIN-please-tell-me-whats-its-worth

      A quote from one website:

      "If I were you , I would check with a local coin dealer or collector that s trustable and see if they have more numismatic value than selling them by weight. Don t sell them to the collector, just get an idea of their value. Coins from those years could bring you a lot more money than you think."

      This link has a chart that might be helpful:

      http://www.valueincoins.com/silver-dollars/morgan-silver-dollar/


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