I Have An 1888 Silver Dollar Is It Worth Anything? Also A 1922 Silver Dollar

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Luke Wilcox answered
The worth of a coin, whether 1888 silver dollar or 1922 silver dollar, can bring on a variety of values, unlike typical and rare coins that are inclined to bring exceptionally high rates. However, the age of a coin does not guarantee that it will be worth a lot of cash.

Essentially, the worth of a coin depends upon several aspects such as the country of origin, mint condition, mint marks, currency, scarcity, rarity and demand. The worth of antique coins is more in comparison to the present day coins because they have their own unique historical value.

There are many coin collectors who are in search of rare coins belonging to a certain period of time. They could offer huge perks for such exceptional coins.

As far as silver and gold coins are concerned, a rise in the worth of these old coins, made of costly metal, has been witnessed. The reason behind the increasing rates is not just their historical value; in fact, the sudden boost in the commodity prices has also heightened the rates of coins made up of precious metals.

Furthermore, the value of the old coins is also increasing because of the growing demand and diminishing supply. More and more people are getting into the habit of coin collection since it has become more than just a leisure pursuit as people are recognizing the perspective of coins as a future saving.

Numismatists and all other coin collecting people use a 70 point mathematical scale to find the worth of an old coin. This scale was conformed from an older system of rating large cents.

One can find online websites that can tell the worth of the coin by asking few questions about it.

Nowadays, many people have this false impression that if they possess an old coin it must be worth thousands of dollars. Surely, this is not true in a lot of situations. It can be very tricky to determine the worth of a coin, until and unless it is quite eminent.

Some factors to think about while trying to grade a coin are, where it was minted, what type of metal is it made from, year of manufacturing, etc. All these aspects could be applied as a standard of measurement for finding out the value of a coin.
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Anonymous answered
If the 1888 dollar has an s above the DO in the word dollar and is in fair condition it is worth 150. Other wise it is worth 50. And up depending on the condition.
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The value of a coin depends on many factors such as country of origin, denomination, mintmarks (if any), errors, etc. Since you haven't provided enough information I can't appraise your Morgan Dollar (1888) because its value depends to much on too many factors but I might be able to appraise your Peace Dollar (1922) without seeing it. In good condition it would be worth somewhere around $20 and in really good condition it should be worth around $30.
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How much is my 1922 silver dollar coin with the words " in god we trvst" on it? And thats how it is spelled on the coin.
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You can take it to a coin collector and talk with them about it. They know quite a bit about coins and paper money. Hope this helps.
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Depending on its condition probably around $10-$15.  I just inherited a coin and stamp collection.  I too am learning the value of them through research and appraisers.  Good Luck.
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You need to break up your question and describe more about each coin (i.e. How worn down they are).
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I have one 1882 silver dollar and one 1883 silver dollar would like to know thier worth

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