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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. QUESTION:
    How much does a 1922 silver dollar coin?
    I have a silver dollar coin from 1922 I was wondering how much it was worth?

    • ANSWER:
      There are two major factors that will determine the value of your coin.

      First... you need to know what mint your coin came from. You can tell by looking for the mint mark, which, if the coin has one, can be found just to the left of the eagle's tail feathers on the back of the coin. If the coin is from the Philadelphia mint there will be no mint mark; if San Francisco look for a tiny letter "S"; Denver coins have a tiny "D". Coins vary in value, depending on which mint they came from.

      You also need to know the condition of your coin, and by that I mean how the coin would be graded in the coin market. Here's a link for you to learn a bit more about the grading system and how condition affects value:

      http://www.valuable-coin-stories.com/coin-grading.html

      Next look at the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) website to see the tremendous range in retail prices for 1922 US silver dollars. On this site you will see prices ranging from a low of to a high of ,000 -- all for 1922 silver dollar coins! Here's the link to the Peace Dollar (your coin type) page at PCGS:

      http://www.pcgs.com/prices/PriceGuideDetail.aspx?c=26&title=Peace+Dollar

      For prices actually realized on eBay for 1922 silver dollars, check this link:

      http://completed.shop.ebay.com/items/Peace-1921-35__1922_W0QQ_nkwZ1922QQQ5ftrksidZp3286Q2ec0Q2em283QQLHQ5fCompleteZ1QQ_dmptZCoinsQ5fUSQ5fIndividualQQ_flnZ1QQ_fromfsbZ0QQ_sacatZ11980?MA2ShowItems&guest=1

  2. QUESTION:
    I have 320 jf kennedy half dollar silver coin how much can I sell them for?
    I want to know the value of a half dollar liberty eagle silver coin year 1940 to 1945, liberty head silver dollar coin 1884, 1921 &1922 & liberty eagle silver dollar coin 2004, 2005 & 2007. Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      .5327 is the rounded silver value for the 1964 silver Kennedy half dollar on September 14, 2012. This is usually the value used by coin dealers when selling these coins at melt value. However, a few of these might be worth more as old coins. so 320 X 12.50=4000 dollars
      Check for the comparable price on ebay.

  3. QUESTION:
    What is the value of a 1921 silver dollar?
    I found a 1921 Silver Dollar i have had and I would like to know how much it is worth.

    • ANSWER:
      1921 Last Year Morgan Silver Dollar Mint Mark Set? 3
      or a single coin? -80 (depending on it,'s condition)

  4. QUESTION:
    How much can I get for a Silver dollar coin?
    I have a valuable 1921 Silver One Dollar Coin. How much can I get for this kind of item?
    Thanks

    • ANSWER:
      There might be a mint mark above the DO in ONE DOLLAR: S (San Francisco), D (Denver), or plain (Philadelphia). The value of each is to in circulated grades, and possibly much more than that in uncirculated grades. I hope that helped.

  5. QUESTION:
    What is the value of a 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar?
    I found this dollar coin and I am wondering how much it is worth. (If it is worth face value, just state that maturely) Also, I was wondering if there were ways to clean it up without ruining the coin and/or lowering its value because it is rather dirty. Thanks!
    As I can tell, I can't find a seal or a mark to determine where it was minted James. That might help for future answers. Thanks!

    • ANSWER:
      The 1921 Morgan dollar is quite common for all 3 mints struck quite a few. The mint mark if any is on the eagle side (reverse) near the bottom under the wreath (above the DO in dollar). The coin at this time in circulated grades is worth the silver value only. Last spot price I have for today is .11 an ounce.That being the case the coin is worth around . Do not clean any coin for it will lose any collector value it may have. I think it would be wise to put your coin in a coin holder and put it away for a few years. With a lot of silver coins being melted it won't be long, that the once common coins are no longer common, for they are gone. In the future you will see your coin gain in collector value as well as silver is still going up. Hope this helps in some way.

  6. QUESTION:
    how do I find the value of a coin and where should I start?
    I have several silver dollars from 1921 and earlier plus lots of half dollars I would like to find out if they are worth anything.

    • ANSWER:
      The best possible way to see what the true value of any old US coins is to search closed auctions on eBay.

      It's very simple, say you had a 1921-S Morgan silver dollar... you would go to eBay, used "Advanced Search" and enter "1921-S Morgan" and click the tab just below it for "Completed listings only" and you will get a list of roughly 500 completed auctions for 1921-S Morgan silver dollars. You can then look at the sales prices, which are based in large part on the condition of the coin being sold. There are some sorting options you can use, such as order them from most expensive to least. Prices listed in red means they did not sell. Only prices in green should be considered.

      Actual sales prices are far more accurate than any published guide. You will be able to find completed listings for every US standard issued coin dating back to the 1870's.

  7. QUESTION:
    How much would a silver coin sell for?
    I have a silver morgan one dollar coin. I was wondering how much I could get from it at a pawn shop? Its in good condition (from what I see) it has a golden shine to it.
    It's a 1921. I have no clue about the tarnish or whatever. I found it when I was cleaning my father's house after he passed. Did some research and found out it was a morgan silver dollar.
    It also has a VERY small "S" beneath the wreath on the back. Not sure if that means anything or not.

    • ANSWER:
      Most Morgans are very common and are often worth little more than the silver melt value if they are in average shape. Your 1921 S is worth -20, maybe a bit more if condition is outstanding, i.e lots of luster, extremely minor wear, etc. But of course it would be worth more if it was in high uncirculated condition, say MS-60 or above. The S mint mark means it was coined in San Francisco

  8. QUESTION:
    What are the value of these Morgan silver dollars?
    There are no coin collecting catagories but this is the suggested yahoo category I was placed under. I have Morgan Silver dollars dated 1896, 1897, and 1921. I also have a 1926 liberty head silver dollar.

    • ANSWER:
      First of all did you check for mint marks? On the Morgan Dollars they are on the eagle side at the bottom below the wreath is there is one. On the Peace dollar it is on the eagle side below the word one. If there are no mint marks on the Morgan dollars then in grade good they have a value of .50, for the 1921. The value goes up too in grade extra fine, for the 1921 . Even in mint state they are not worth a lot. The 1926 has a value of .25 in grade good to in grade extra fine. The above prices are about what a dealer would pay.

  9. QUESTION:
    I have 3 American Silver Dollars. What are they worth?
    I have three american silver dollars. One is 1921, the second is 1922, and the third is 1923. I am planning on selling them and would like to know if anyone knows what they are worth as a set and individually.

    • ANSWER:
      The silver dollars minted during the time period mentioned in your question contained ninety percent pure silver, so even if the coin is in poor condition, having been handled and circulated widely, the value for the scrap silver may exceed the value of the coin to a collector or dealer.

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      The 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar has an estimated value ranging from a minimum of to a high of 1 for a mint condition specimen. If the coin is a 1921 (s) Morgan Silver Dollar (minted in San Francisco), then the value of the coin is significantly higher overall; minimum of to a high of ,400 for a mint condition specimen. If the coin is a 1921 (d) Morgan Silver Dollar (minted in Denver), then the value of the coin is shift again; minimum of to a high of 1 for a mint condition specimen.

      http://cointrackers.com/coins/410/1921-morgan-silver-dollar/
      http://cointrackers.com/coins/412/1921-s-morgan-silver-dollar/
      http://cointrackers.com/coins/411/1921-d-morgan-silver-dollar/

      The 1922 Peace Dollar has an estimated value ranging from a minimum of to a high of 0 for a mint condition specimen. If the coin is a 1922 (s) Peace Silver Dollar (minted in San Francisco), then the value of the coin is significantly higher overall; minimum of to a high of ,600 for a mint condition specimen. If the coin is a 1922 (d) Peace Silver Dollar (minted in Denver), then the value of the coin is shift again; minimum of to a high of 0 for a mint condition specimen.

      http://cointrackers.com/coins/298/1922-peace-dollar/
      http://cointrackers.com/coins/296/1922-s-peace-dollar/
      http://cointrackers.com/coins/297/1922-d-peace-dollar/

      The 1923 Peace Dollar has an estimated value ranging from a minimum of to a high of 5 for a mint condition specimen. If the coin is a 1923 (s) Peace Silver Dollar (minted in San Francisco), then the value of the coin is significantly higher overall; minimum of to a high of ,500 for a mint condition specimen. If the coin is a 1923 (d) Peace Silver Dollar (minted in Denver), then the value of the coin is shift again; minimum of to a high of ,300 for a mint condition specimen.

      http://cointrackers.com/coins/293/1923-peace-dollar/
      http://cointrackers.com/coins/295/1923-s-peace-dollar/
      http://cointrackers.com/coins/294/1923-d-peace-dollar/

  10. QUESTION:
    How can I tell what my coin is worth over the internet?
    I have a one dollar coin from 1890 with a picture of a queen on the heads side with a crown that says "Liberty" on it, and a bald eagle with arrows and what i am assuming as an olive branch in its claws on the tails side. If you know the coin or its worth, or a free website that can determine it's worth, it'd help. Thanks.

    • ANSWER:
      You have what's known as a Morgan Dollar. It's a silver dollar coin made by the US Mint from 1878 to 1921. Look on the tails side for a mint mark. A mint mark is a letter that stands for the actual mint the struck your coin. The Philadelphia mint is the main mint. There is no mint mark on Philadelphia coins. But, if your coin was struck at San Francisco you will find an "S" just beneath the bow ribbon of the wreath on the tails side of the coin. New Orleans coins have an "O", and Carson City coins have "CC". Your coin is 90% pure silver.

      As to value, it will depend on the condition (grade) of the coin, it's scarcity (number made), and its popularity in the marketplace.

      Here's a link to the Professional Coin Grading Service site's page on Morgan Dollar retail prices.

      http://www.pcgs.com/prices/PriceGuideDetail.aspx?c=744&title=Morgan+Dollar

      Look down the lefthand side of the page to find your coin (remember to look for the mint mark), then move across to the right to see the prices for the various conditions. (In case you're wondering, the columns of prices correspond to different grades.) As you can see, the Carson City 1890 silver dollar is the priciest.

      A coin dealer will give you less than these prices. Dealers buy at wholesale. eBay prices realized are often somewhere in between retail and wholesale.

      The Morgan Dollar is an interesting coin, with lots of history. It's popular with collectors as well.

      For more on Morgan Dollars like the one you have, see
      http://www.valuable-coin-stories.com/morgan-silver-dollars.html


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