Wednesday, July 19, 2006

1886 Morgan Dollar

Do you have a coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

My last eBay purchase was this nice Morgan dollar. I bought for $23.50 plus shipping and handling. The coin is raw but marked MS-65.

1886O

1886R

MS-65 in a Morgan Dollar is described by having only light, scattered contact marks that are not distracting and strong luster with good eye appeal.

MS-64, which is what I believe this one is can be described by having a few scattered contact marks, good eye appeal and attractive luster.

This may fall into the MS-65 category but Morgan dollars are one of the most graded coin and submitting it professional would probably bring it in at MS-64.

Maybe one day I'll submit it to PCGS but not now.

Here's the stat for this coin...
Type: 1 Dollar-Morgan Dollar
Year: 1886
Mintage: 19,963,000
Metal: 90% silver, 10% copper
Value: $80.00 in MS-64 or $175.00 in MS-65

Price updated for 2012 and value went down $30.00 and $25.00 respectively since 2006.

Do you have a coin and want to know its value? Leave a comment/question and I will do my best to find out the price and history for you.

130 dollars worth, for Comments/Questions click here.:

Anonymous said...

I have a similar coin but it is a 1921. It looks the same and it is in pretty good shape I think. How much would that be worth?

Man said...

1921 in MS-64 is $50.00. The 1921 Morgan is the most common of all Morgan dollars.

Still a great coin.

Anonymous said...

I have 20 1886 Morgan Dollars. Are they worth more since i have a lot of them it good condition? Who would i find that would accually want to buy them???

Man said...

They average about $25.00 each. You can try eBay which is where I bought my 1886 in raw form for $23.50.

If you think yours are in mint state you may want to go to PCGS and pay for a professional grade and sell them for $100+ on eBay.

You can join a coin forum and sell them to a member or ask them for an opinion on the grade.
Last is go to coin shop and sell them for 90% of their assumed value.

Constantin said...

I have a Morgan Dollar of 1884.. How much do you think it's worth?

Man said...

Morgan Dollar of 1884

About $20.00 in very fine.

tkelly1964 said...

i have a 1885 Morgan Dolar that looks as good as your 1886. what would it be worth?

tkelly1964 said...

i also have one from 1900, and when i looked at the back of it closer, above the word dollar is an o is it worth anything???

Man said...

1885 Morgan Dolar that looks as good as your 1886. what would it be worth?

I'll give it for 2 possible mint states.
MS-64 about $75.00
MS-65 about $200.00

Notice the big jump for 1 point.
Only a grading service can give you an accurate grade.

Man said...

1900, and when i looked at the back of it closer, above the word dollar is an o

This is the mintmark for the New Orleans mint, which no longer operates.
It is common.
I'll give it for 2 possible mint states.
MS-64 about $75.00
MS-65 about $250.00

There is a variety that has O over CC but it is rare.

Glen said...

I have an 1886 half dollar that looks identical to the one posted on your page. It appears to have been circulated but is in great condition. Any way to estimate it's value?

I also have a 1923 dollar coin, a bicentennial dollar coin with Eisenhower on it. My email in *****@hope-link.org

Man said...

1886 half dollar that looks identical to the one posted on your page. It appears to have been circulated but is in great condition. Any way to estimate it's value?

Yes I wrote...
Value: $70.00 in MS-64 or $200.00 in MS-65
It is still a valid price.
If you want they sell Photograding books to really compare yours to the standards.

1923 dollar coin
About $12.00

bicentennial dollar coin with Eisenhower
About $2.00
About $16.00 if silver.

jillin said...

Hi there. I have 5 Morgans. I would greatly appreciate your opinion of their values.

1.1880 Philadelphia mint
2.1883 New Orleans mint
3.1884 New Orleans
4.1889 Philly
5.1890 Philly

Man said...

I'll assume about uncirculated (AU-50).

1880 P about $30.00
1883 O about $30.00
1884 O about $30.00
1889 P about $30.00
1890 P about $35.00

None are rare or key dates, still with the price of silver climbing if they are higher grades you may fetch more.

gatrgirl said...

I have a 1886 morgan silver dollar in great condition on the back with the eagle at the bottom above one dollar appears an o does that make it worth more...the $ 200.00 range

Man said...

1886 morgan silver dollar in great condition on the back with the eagle at the bottom above one dollar appears an o does that make it worth more...the $ 200.00 range

Yes.
An 1886-O Morgan dollar in
MS-60 is about $750.00
MS-60 is described by having no trace of wear, full mint luster and few noticeable marks.

Above MS-60 the coin really gains value into the thousands of dollars.

nancy said...

I have a set of CC GSA 1880-1885 Silver Eagle Dollars (six consecutive uncirculated) Need worth as set?

Man said...

set of CC GSA 1880-1885 Silver Eagle Dollars (six consecutive uncirculated)

About $2,375.00 for the set assuming MS-60(mint state).

If you get each one graded and sold separately this value may increase ten times.

These are Morgan dollars not Silver Eagles. There are some fake silver eagles dollars dated form the 1880s and are often mistaken with the real deal.

Carrie said...

How do you know if it's an O or a P?

Man said...

How do you know if it's an O or a P?

Look on the reverse below the wreath above the DO of DOLLAR.
If it is blank that is a P.
If not the letters could be O, CC, S, or D.

Anonymous said...

hi i have a 1900 dollar coin with "o" above the DO...the problem is that it is quite beaten up...the liberty head is kinda flattened out to the point where the eyes are not very legible...any idea how much it is worth?? appreciate your time an response...

Man said...

1900 dollar coin with "o" above the DO...the problem is that it is quite beaten up

About $8.00

Anonymous said...

hello, i have 4 dollars coins.how much you think they worth.than you

Man said...

4 dollars coins
Depends on year.

Jay said...

Hi. A friend of mine has an 1885 Morgan Dollar with the letter G in the middle of the eagle. Can't find out anything about it. Do you know why that letter is on the eagle and does it have value?

Thanks

Man said...

1885 Morgan Dollar with the letter G in the middle of the eagle

That would be a counterstamp used by someone in the distant past to certify ownership or that it was real.

Today it's considered damage and drop the coin's value to about $8.72 for the silver.

christopher collector said...

1889 morgan dollar good condition no mint mark please tell me how much its worth

christopher collector said...

the grade it ms65

christopher collector said...

and its silver

christopher collector said...

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Man said...

1889 morgan dollar good condition no mint mark

In good about $10.00.

the grade it ms65

In MS-65 about $175.00

i herd about this site from a friend i think he goes by anonymous its easier to find a indian head cent than to find this site but it was well worth is Best blog ever

Thanks, odd but still nice.

Anonymous said...

I have a one dollar 1884 with the o on it. This one looks cleaner, but it worn.

I have a one dollar 1889 with out an o. This one is darker, but not nearly as worn at sll.


I also have a 1935 Buffolo nickel in good condition.

What are these worth and how does someone go about selling them?

Thanks, Caroline

Man said...

one dollar 1884 with the o on it. This one looks cleaner, but it worn.
It sounds cleaned which makes it just $10.00.

one dollar 1889 with out an o. This one is darker, but not nearly as worn at sll.
About $25.00.

1935 Buffolo nickel in good condition.
About $1.00

Man said...

What are these worth and how does someone go about selling them?

These are fairly common and eBay or an honest coin dealer is your the best bet.
Dealers would take 10% less then the price quoted.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1921 dollar coin that has a D over the do..is it worth anything?...thanks

Man said...

1921 dollar coin that has a D

About $20.00

Anonymous said...

i have a 1921 morgan dollar,no mint. i work at a gas station lady used it,i bought it.i come across alota cool stuff working around money.-anyways it seems to still have all visable detil,but looks dark not really shinny like mybe it's dirty.i'm NOT going to clean it cause i've heard that's a big no no.just wondered if u could give me a round about on how much u think it's worth. thanks-lynn

Man said...

1921 morgan dollar,no mint

The darkness is a good thing it shows age and never been cleaned. About $20.00.

Anonymous said...

i have an 1880 morgan dollar, no mint. a 1921 no mint and an 1896 with an O. All have dark markings. can you give me an idea of their worth. thanks aine

Man said...

1880 morgan dollar about $25.00
1921 about $20.00
1896 with an O about $30.00

Anonymous said...

I have a German Deutchmark from the 1972 Olympics. Do you know what that might be worth?

Man said...

German Deutchmark from the 1972 Olympics

If a 10 Mark about $7.50.

Anonymous said...

I have a Morgan from 1886 - No minters mark above D and O, it seems frosted although it has no wear on it what so ever. Know a price?

Anonymous said...

I also have an 1890 British Silver crown in decent condition got a price for that aswell?

Man said...

Morgan from 1886 - No minters mark above D and O, it seems frosted although it has no wear on it what so ever

About $40.00 in mint state.

Man said...

1890 British Silver crown in decent condition

About $30.00

Anonymous said...

How do you know if a 1886 is MS-64 or MS-65 or any of the other MS's

Help.

Man said...

How do you know if a 1886 is MS-64 or MS-65 or any of the other MS's

It is an ANA Grading Standard. The book of the same name deals with each coin and how they are graded.

But this LINK is a good overview.

MS-65 in a Morgan Dollar is described by having only light, scattered contact marks that are not distracting and strong luster with good eye appeal.

MS-64 can be described by having a few scattered contact marks, good eye appeal and attractive luster.

Munten said...

I have that one dollar coin 1886 morgan feuds I dial the number in 2009 now costs

Man said...

one dollar coin 1886 morgan

About $13.20 in fine or less.

Anonymous said...

What does a cracked die really add to a coin's value? I mean the sort of thing where a crack shows along the lettering 1/3 way across coin, maybe top, often 2 places on same side of coin.
Simply Put: at what point does a cracked die prove valuable?
and I know to identify the cracked die- from the always wavery line, often in arcs or short scurved lines; but sometimes with numerous cracks, like a windshield looking like a clumsy jig-saw puzzle.

Man said...

at what point does a cracked die prove valuable?

Die cracks on Morgans are very common.

Cracks add value if they are from the center of the coin to the rim.
Completely across the coin, rim to rim.
Cracked around the edge, not the rim.
Gives a shattered effect.

Also certain die chips or cuds or hub breaks fall into the same category.

1 - 3 small cracks do not add value.

Anonymous said...

I have a silver dollar its an 1883 an eagle on one side and a lady on the front, could you tell me appx. what this could be worth? thank you

Man said...

silver dollar its an 1883 about $22.00

Anonymous said...

I have a treasure trove of old coins I just found in an old family steamer chest. One is a 1886 Dollar Coin with the O. It is dirty but not worn down with the exception of a few blemishes on the extreme edges. I also have an 1899, 4 1921s, 1922, 1924, and 2 1934s looks like an S and a D. Those are the one dollars I have three half dollars... 1833, 1907 and 1911. I have a quarter sized 1848 one cent piece and a 1911 nickel. I won't go into any more. These were just in one of the money satchels. Oh I also found a O.G. Smith 1.00 in Trade Coin from April 7th 1914 with a bullet hole. Any help here would be appreciated and I can take pictures of any if you'd like. Thank you for your help!!!!

Man said...

1886 Dollar Coin with the O. It is dirty but not worn down with the exception of a few blemishes on the extreme edges.
About $35.00

1899 about $120.00
1921s about $20.00
1922 about $20.00
1924 about $20.00
1934s about $75.00
1934d about $35.00

half dollars...
1833 about $60.00
1907 about $12.00
1911 about $12.00

1848 one cent piece about $18.00
1911 nickel about $2.00

Oh I also found a O.G. Smith 1.00 in Trade Coin from April 7th 1914 with a bullet hole.
It would about $10.00 in good but with the bullet it may be much less or for some collectors a little more, western collectors not my scene.

Anonymous said...

i found an old box with a 1886 silver dollar with the word or name BILL engraved on the front. I have no idea if this is a name. does this lower the value?

Man said...

1886 silver dollar with the word or name BILL engraved on the front. I have no idea if this is a name. does this lower the value?

It does lower the value to melt value of $13.50.

Anonymous said...

i read in a trusty website last week that there is no 1886 morgan dollar coin with CC mint mark. but i have one of those. is my coin fake?

Man said...

i read in a trusty website last week that there is no 1886 morgan dollar coin with CC mint mark. but i have one of those.

That is correct only blank, O, or S exist.

All of these 1886-CC ever found were fake, made as souvenirs or altered from other types.
No value, sorry.

Anonymous said...

how much would a 1921 morgan with an "s" mint mark in Ms-65 shape be worth?

Man said...

1921 morgan with an "s" mint mark in Ms-65

About $325.00

Anonymous said...

ok thanks because i have a book from 1980's that say its worth $625

Man said...

ok thanks because i have a book from 1980's that say its worth $625

Book value is $1,325 but at auction on eBay and Heritage these sold for $200.

Most agree the book value is overinflated but 1921-S in high grades have been few if this was MS-66 it would easily be $3,000.

Better is a range so I'll revise to say $200 to $1,300 for this coin in MS-65.

PCGS has the most accurate population guide and that sets the current value.

DeAnna said...

I was wondering the Value of a 1883 CC Morgan Head-Uncirculated thank you

Man said...

1883 CC Morgan Head-Uncirculated about $225.00 in mint state but if graded it can be more.

DeAnna said...

Ok found the link provided above for grading standard overview, i would say it's possibly a MS-68 or MS-69. I could be wrong but it is close to perfect, on the cheek bone there is what looks like the plastic display thing it's in has been pressed or rubbed against it that is the only flaw that I noticed I'll look better with a mag. glass later and it also has the certificate with what i believe is a mint or serial type of number all in excellent condition,
thank you.

Man said...

Ok found the link provided above for grading standard overview, i would say it's possibly a MS-68 or MS-69. I could be wrong but it is close to perfect, on the cheek bone there is what looks like the plastic display thing it's in has been pressed or rubbed against it that is the only flaw that I noticed...1883 CC Morgan Head

That high of a grade would put it well over $3,000.00 the highest grade I've ever seen was an MS-67.
Paying to have it professionally raded would be best.
PCGS.com

Man said...

Whoops I think I left out a g in the word graded.

Anonymous said...

hello, I actually have many coins that were left to us through my father-in-laws estate.
I do not have the slightest idea of where to go to have them valued or to sell them.
One of them is a Morgan Dollar as you have mentioned above, it is in a cardboard frame (like the one pictured)written in the left hand corner is 1886 and in the right hand corner, 'BW'.

We also have a few Liberty Walking 1/2 Dollars and Mercury Dimes (1941,1942,1945)packaged together.
Many more coins, too....but this is a start.
Thanks for your help.

Man said...

1886 and in the right hand corner, 'BW'.
BW most likely means Bright White which is a good color for silver. At mint state it would be about $60.00.

Aside from eBay your best bet is to pick up a coin mag. or book for cheap.

Liberty Walking 1/2 Dollars and Mercury Dimes (1941,1942,1945)
Dimes are about $1.30 each.
Halves are about $7.00 each.

Anonymous said...

Hello!

I have some coins and I would very much like to know about how much are they worth...

I have a one dollar coin from 1878 (this one looks identical to the 1886 one that you show here), a one dollar coin from 1922 and another one dollar coin from 1922 (these two are identical: on one side it says "liberty" about the face and on the other side there's an eagle with folded wings).
If you could help me out with this I would appreciate it a lot!

Pos Money said...

I have a $20.00 bill series 2004 that is strange, could it be worth more than $20.00. How do I send a copy.

Man said...

one dollar coin from 1878 about $30.00

one dollar coin from 1922 about $22.00

Man said...

$20.00 bill series 2004 that is strange

Post a picture somewhere and drop a link here.

Anonymous said...

i have a lighter that was made out of 2 silver dollars an it was general george patons lighter the date on one of the silver dollar is 1900 you cant see the other date can you tell me how much it is worth?

Man said...

a lighter that was made out of 2 silver dollars an it was general george patons lighter the date on one of the silver dollar is 1900

1900 is $22.00
Most silver dollars are just worth the metal content since cleaning, damage, and other things knock out the collectors value.

$18.00 is usually the lowest these sell for know but silver prices are going up.

Anonymous said...

so its the same even if its perfect condition?

Man said...

its the same even if its perfect condition?

No, if it is undamaged and a high mint-state like MS-65 it would be $175.00.

Serge said...

How much is 1886 Morgan P in MS-64 and MS-65?

Man said...

1886 Morgan P in
MS-64 about $60.00
MS-65 about $175.00

packrat_hstn said...

Had to erase that...lol... Okay have several... Peace Dollars one of which is a 1922 P mint with what I think is a 180* rotation error. I mean by that, that both sides are upright.... not opposite like they are supposed to be when you flip it. Is it worth anything? posted a pic to my coin blog of you would like to look at it.

I also have 1922 p, 1926 s, 1922 o, a 1921 Morgan with a d mint... though my eye sight stinks I thought it may be a t...lol... but d sounds more plausible. Ill start posting pic of those soon.

I just started going through my coins and I am very new to this kind of thing... would appreciate any help and advice anyone is willing to dish out. Thanks, and am so glad I stumbled into your blog!

Man said...

Peace Dollars one of which is a 1922 P mint with what I think is a 180* rotation error. I mean by that, that both sides are upright.... not opposite like they are supposed to be when you flip it.

Looks like a little less than 180 and if real in this condition it would be about $200.00 maybe a little less.

Dollars assuming good grade...
1922 p about $19.00
1926 s about $18.00
1922 o not possible
1921 d about $20.00

packrat_hstn said...

Ty Man.... appreciate you looking at it. Its pretty cool... either way. Like I said...eyes are not what they used to be...lol... that O could be a d. Thanks for the prompt reply. Im sure you will see more of me.

Man said...

1922 D about $19.00

packrat_hstn said...

took it to a coin shop.... weighed 22.6 grams... its a fake. Well if anything I got a peice to talk about...lol Darn Chinese criminals.

Man said...

took it to a coin shop.... weighed 22.6 grams... its a fake. Well if anything I got a peice to talk about...lol Darn Chinese criminals.

Sorry to hear those cast coins from China often are the right weight then are sand blasted to take away the metal bubbles so they have that classic cast look.

Anonymous said...

1886 morgan AU-50 on the packaging. any idea on worth.

Man said...

1886 morgan AU-50 on the packaging about $30.00

Anonymous said...

I have an 1896 silver morgan with no mint stamp. Its in good shape: What is it worth.

Man said...

1896 silver morgan with no mint stamp. Its in good shape about $22.00

Eric said...

I have a pretty Interesting piece. I work at a gas station and I love old coins. An older fellow had a lot of old dollar pieces so I offered to buy them from him immediately. I actually came up short on the last few, but he insisted i take them free of charge. Inside the remaining stack I found a 1921 Morgan Dollar, with the same lady's head on both sides, both facing the same direction on either side. Is this worth anything?

Man said...

1921 Morgan Dollar, with the same lady's head on both sides, both facing the same direction on either side

This is a magician's coin. This type of error is not possible but they are common seen and still sold in magic shops. Value is it's weight in silver which is $23.00.

Eric said...

wtf.

Man said...

wtf.
Yeah, bring it to a coin shop and the can show you how they're made and may even be able to separate the coin. In case my word is not good enough.

Anonymous said...

I HAVE A 1886,,WITH WHAT LOOKS LIKE A O UNDER THE WREATH BELOW THE EAGLES TAIL,,ANY VALUE????? THANK YOU STEVE

Anonymous said...

SORRY, LIKE A IDIOT, IF ID READ YOUR TOP ?? I THINK I'D SEEN MY ANSWER,,BUT I ALSO HAVE WHAT I THINK IS MINT,,1883,,O INCASED IN A LUCITE PIECE ,LIKE A DIAMOND,,WHAT WOULD 1883 O BE WORTH,,THANKS GUYS,,,STEVE

Man said...

1886,,WITH WHAT LOOKS LIKE A O UNDER THE WREATH BELOW THE EAGLES TAIL
About $30.00 in very-fine, value changes all the time so feel free to ask as silver prices and collectors markets always change.

1883 O about $45.00 in mint state.

Jiggy said...

I have a good amount of coins. Could you help me find the value of each coins?
# ONE TROY OUNCE SILVER
# 1886 DOLLAR COIN
# 1923 DOLLAR COIN
# 1922 DOLLAR COIN
# 1972 DOLLAR COIN

Man said...

# 1886 DOLLAR COIN about $30.00
# 1923 DOLLAR COIN about $30.00
# 1922 DOLLAR COIN about $30.00
# 1972 DOLLAR COIN about $12.00 if ailver

You mentioned "# ONE TROY OUNCE SILVER" none of these coins if from America contain that amount so if these are silver rounds or something else then just silver value about $41.00.

sorinc said...

I have Morgan Dollars 1886 cc.Dimension it's ok . It's fake this coin ?

Man said...

Morgan Dollars 1886 cc

Yes, this seems to be a fake or altered coin.

No value except for the metal value.

Anonymous said...

I have a Christopher Columbus half dollar; 1946 Booker T. Washington half dollars; 1881 Morgan dollar, Indian head pennies, etc. Value? What dates on coins have greatest value?

Man said...

Christopher Columbus half dollar about $18.00
1946 Booker T. Washington half dollars about $15.00
1881 Morgan dollar about $32.00

Indian head pennies about $2.00 each depending on year

What dates on coins have greatest value?
--In general the older the better, but it depends on grade, coin type, errors, varieties, and other factors.

Anonymous said...

Thank you. I have quite a few smaller coins, nickels, dimes, quarters and foreign coins that I will sort thru as well. Any value to old foreign small denomination coins - I think one from France.

Man said...

Any value to old foreign small denomination coins - I think one from France.

Depends on year and denomination.
All coins have value which is why they are such a great collectable.

Anonymous said...

i have a 1900 silver dollar and no mark above D O in dollar what is the value and city it was made?

Man said...

1900 silver dollar and no mark above D O in dollar what is the value and city it was made?

About $33.00 made in Philadelphia.

Anonymous said...

I have 2 x 1921 Morgan dollar coins. One has the Eagle upside down as normal and the other Eagle is same direction as womans head. Is this worth anything? Condition - very good, circulated.

Man said...

1921 Morgan dollar coins. One has the Eagle upside down as normal and the other Eagle is same direction as womans head

About $33.50 for the normal one.

Rotated Reverse error about $500.00 in low grade but it should be certified many fakes exist.

Noelle said...

I have an 1886 silver dollar, but it is double printed with the bird on both sides, how much is it worth?

Man said...

1886 silver dollar, but it is double printed with the bird on both sides

This is a die clash error known as VAM.
There are many varieties and value averages $50 or more but there are too many to be accurate.

Try looking for yours here at VAM World.

Hope yours is a valuable type. Good luck.

Anonymous said...

i have a morgan dollar 1886 MS-67 how much is it worth?

Man said...

morgan dollar 1886 MS-67 about $700.00

Anonymous said...

how much is a morgan dollar 1899-O MS-67 worth?

Man said...

morgan dollar 1899-O MS-67 about $700.00 also.

Common year.

Anonymous said...

Morgan dollar 1886 uncirculed. How much is it worth? Thank You

Man said...

Morgan dollar 1886 uncirculed about $50.00

Anonymous said...

what would be the value of morgan silver dollars,1886 minted in New Orleans, good condition

1880 Morgan, New Orleans mint excelent condition
1890 Morgan, New Orleans mint good condition

I believe I am being carefule to not grade them higher than they are worth, all have all stars, all have the liberty on the hair band or crown, all of the dates are clear all of the mint marks are clear, on has some surface dinging, another is tarnished, /...

Man said...

morgan silver dollars,1886 minted in New Orleans, good condition about $29.00

1880 Morgan, New Orleans mint excelent condition about $31.00
1890 Morgan, New Orleans mint good condition about $29.00

Grading is difficult but the more you see the better you get, If you can buy some low graded Morgans like a VF, EF, and MS it would be good to compare.

Anonymous said...

thanks Man...

Anonymous said...

I have a 1886 one dollar in good condition on the back with the eagle at the bottom above one dollar appears an o ,and for me is not silver only gold,and I have one dollar 1893 how I now if any of this dollars is Morgan and how much they worth?

Man said...

1886 one dollar in good condition on the back with the eagle at the bottom above one dollar appears an o ,and for me is not silver only gold,and I have one dollar 1893 how I now if any of this dollars is Morgan

Sorry I do not understand.
If your dollars look like the picture above then they are Morgans.
If they look like Morgans and they are gold colored they have been gold-plated and just have metal value.

1886-O about $31.00
1893 about $240.00 if Morgan

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Man said...

@Moises Garza
That's nice.

Anonymous said...

What is a ms64 1883 no mint mark graded by pcsg worth

Anonymous said...

I forgot to mention it is a Morgan dollar

Man said...

ms64 1883 no mint mark graded by pcsg...Morgan dollar

About $100.00

MissT said...

I have an 1886 Morgan silver dollar minted n p very shiny n great condition n a hard plastic case. I also have a 1904 Morgan not as shiny but n good condition also n a hard plastic case minted n o. Could u help me with approx current values please?

Man said...

1886 Morgan silver dollar minted n p very shiny n great condition
--About $40.00

1904 Morgan not as shiny but n good condition also n a hard plastic case minted n o
--About $40.00