Silver Dollar Values
Silver dollar values of your valuable United States silver dollar was produced
somewhere between 1794 and 1935. The very first design is called the Flowing Hair, then the Draped Bust silver
dollar, the Seated Liberty, The ever popular Morgan silver dollar values, the final issue of 90 percent silver
dollar values - the Peace silver dollar. It is important stay up to date with silver dollar values and of
particular interest are the Morgan Silver Dollar values. Check here often to find more old silver
dollar values. Silver coin values can be found in antique stores, junk shops, and in online
Silver Dollar Values
Silver Dollars are most likely one of America's most popular old coin
value coins. Silver dollar values typically turn up in estates, are passed down from parents
and grandparents. They are usually advertised in magazines, coin price guide, and on TV. Nevertheless what
are silver dollar values?
Silver dollars are quite collectible, valuable silver dollar values, and within reach of most coin collectors. A
person should know that most silver dollars are actually very common. You won't find true silver dollars (those
made before 1936) at your bank anymore. Authentic silver dollar values survive in large quantities and usually are
in perfect condition. It may surprise you to know that millions of silver dollars still exist, though many have
been melted down over the decades for their silver dollar values.
The very first silver dollars were struck in 1794. But there is a good likelihood the silver dollar values you
are curious about are dated from about 1878 through 1935. These silver dollars are called Morgan silver dollars
(also Liberty Head silver dollars) and Peace silver dollars. Morgan silver dollars were minted during 1878 through
1921 and some have very high silver dollar values. Peace silver dollars were manufactured from 1921 until 1935.
Morgan silver dollars have been popularly dubbed in honor of the coin's designer, George T. Morgan. This Morgan
silver dollar is the kind of silver dollar values you typically see publicized on TV and in magazines. They are the
ones that are often associated with romantic depictions of the Wild West and frontier life. In fact, silver dollars
ended up well circulated in the West during the late 19th century.
The Flowing Hair silver dollar was first pattern issued and was first minted in 1794 and continued to 1795.
It obtained the nickname Flowing Hair dollar because the depiction of Lady Liberty has long flowing hair. This is a
rare silver dollar because only 1,758 Flowing Hair silver dollars were minted in 1794. An uncirculated specimen in
mint condition can be valued at more than $600,000. Even the more common 1795 Flowing Hair silver dollars in
uncirculated condition have silver dollar values of $50,000 to $100,000.
The Draped Bust silver dollar obtained the name because it shows a full figured Lady Liberty with covered
bust. Minted from 1795 to 1804, the Draped Bust silver dollar silver dollar values range in between $20,000 to
$50,000 in uncirculated condition.
Seated Liberty Silver Dollar
The Seated Liberty silver dollar will show Lady Liberty sitting holding a shield and American flag. The
United States minted the Seated Liberty design beginning in 1840 right until 1873. The Seated Liberty silver dollar
values are between $2,000 to $5,000 In MS60 condition for the easy to find dates.
Morgan Silver Dollar
This specific popular coin is named after George T. Morgan the coins designer. This Morgan series of silver
dollars was minted starting in 1878 and the last date was minted in 1921. Presently there are more of the later
date Morgan silver dollars in excellent condition so later date uncirculated Morgan silver dollars typically are
not as valued as are the older dates. Morgan silver dollar values in MS60 condition bring $40 to $100 each and the
Carson City mintmarks are best.
Your Peace silver dollar has the word Peace on its reverse side and it has always been referred to
as the Peace dollar. Uncirculated examples of the Peace silver dollar values are certainly not difficult
to find. It was minted from 1921 to 1935 and was the final regular silver dollar issue that was 90 percent silver.
The Peace silver dollar commemorates the "new era of world peace" and celebrated the end of World War I. Your
common date uncirculated Peace silver dollar values are $20 to $40 each.
Morgan Silver Dollar Values