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What is the value of a silver dollar?

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Values of U.S. silver dollars vary greatly, from about $20 for 1920s and 1930s coins to more than $60,000 for a 1794 bust silver dollar as of 2014. The U.S. Mint circulated four types of silver dollars intermittently from 1794 to 1935.

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The first silver dollar that the U.S. Mint created was the Bust silver dollar from 1794 to 1803. These are valued between $630 for 1801 coins in good condition to $61,250 for 1794 coins in good condition as of 2014. The second was the seated Liberty dollar from 1840 to 1873, which is valued between $180 for an 1860 O coin in good condition to $2,476 for an 1846 coin in uncirculated condition. The third was the Morgan silver dollar from 1878 to 1921, which are valued between $20.86 for coins in good condition to $3,278 for an 1879 CC coin in uncirculated condition. The fourth was the Peace dollar from 1921 to 1935, which is valued between $20.25 for a coin in good condition to $1,264 for a 1934 S in uncirculated condition.

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