The mint mark on a Morgan silver dollar can be found on the eagle (back) side of the coin, just above the word "DOLLAR" written around the bottom edge. The coin may also have small letters located above the "D" and the "... More »

Both 'Peace' and 'Morgan' silver dollars were minted in 1921. Each bears a unique portrait of Lady Liberty on the obverse. The reverse of the 'Morgan' coin depicts an eagle clasping arrows and an olive branch, whereas th... More »

In 1921, the U.S. Mint produced the last of the Morgan silver dollars and the first of the Peace silver dollar coins. 1921 was one of the highest production years for Morgan dollars, so there are many of these coins rema... More »

The value of an 1878 silver dollar, known as a Morgan silver dollar, can change daily; CoinTrackers places its estimated worth at $35 for a no mint mark coin in poor condition up to $55,000 for one in perfect condition. ... More »

As of 2014, an 1884 Morgan silver dollar may be worth from $27.19 to more than $4,000, depending on the condition of the coin and its mint mark. The minimum price of a Morgan silver dollar is based on the melt value of t... More »

If there is a mint mark on the silver dollar, you can find it by looking at the side of the coin that has the eagle, beneath the word "one" and above the feather that almost reaches the edge of the silver dollar. More »

A Morgan silver dollar piece is a coin that was minted from 1878 to 1921. It was named after George T. Morgan, who designed the coin. More »