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The Silver Dollar was first authorized in 1792, but the first issues did not appear until 1794. From then until 1804, all Silver Dollars had the edge lettering ONE DOLLAR OR UNIT. Early Silver Dollars had several designs including the Flowing Hair Silver Dollars (1794-1795), the Draped Bust Silver Dollars (1795-1804), the Gobrecht Silver Dollars (1836-1839), the Gobrecht Dollars (1836-1839), the Liberty Seated Silver Dollars (1840-1873), and the Trade Silver Dollars (1873-1885). Following these Early Silver Dollars, the Morgan Dollars (1878-1921); Peace Dollars (1921-1935) were produced. For the average collector, the Early Silver Dollars are too scarce to collect; however, up until the mid twentieth century, Morgan Silver Dollars were available from banks at face value. Obviously Early Silver Dollar coins were not, but many are available today for type collectors, specialists, and investors.

 
Coin ID
Type
Date
Svc
Grade
Price
Images
 Coin Description
Silver Dollars
RC3019
Early $1
NGC
MS63 Prooflike
P.O.R
1797 Silver Dollar - 1797 Draped Bust $1 10x6 Stars NGC MS63 Prooflike, BB-73, B-3. Rich, deep natural toning from long-time felt-pad storage in a Latin American museum...More >>>
RC3029
Early $1
NGC
F15
$3,700
1797 Draped Bust Dollar - 1797 Draped Bust $1 NGC F15. 9x7 Stars Large Letter, BB-73, B-1...More >>>
RC3025
Early $1
PCGS
VF25
$5,050
1798 Silver Dollar - 1798 Draped Bust $1 PCGS VF25, Small Eagle, 13 Stars. BB-82, B-1, R-3. Balanced and pleasing. More >>>
RC7597294
Early $1
PCGS
F12 CAC
$2,700
1799 Silver Dollar - 1799 Early $1, 7x6 Stars PCGS F12 CAC. BB-157, R2. This very pleasing, circulated Draped Bust 1799 Silver Dollar has light tan-violet devices against darker fields...More >>>
RC3023
Early $1
NGC
XF40
$4,050
1800 Silver Dollar - 1800 Draped Bust $1 NGC XF40, 12 Arrows, BB-196, B-17, R-1...More >>>
RC30291
Early $1
NGC
AU50
$6,050
1801 Silver Dollar - 1801 Draped Bust $1 NGC AU50. BB-213, B-3, R-3. Scarcer Bust dollar issue.More >>>
RC30341
Early $1
NGC
AU55
$9,000
1802/1 Silver Dollar - 1802/1 Draped Bust $1 NGC AU55. Wide Date. BB-234, B-2, R-3...More >>>
RC7036013
Early $1
NGC
F15 CAC
$2,800
1803 Silver Dollar - 1803 Draped Bust $1 NGC F15 CAC. Small 3...More >>>
RC36091
Gobrecht $1
PCGS
PR62
$30,300
J-60 1836 Original $1 Pattern PCGS PR62. In some cases the restrikes are rare. In others the original is the more rare coin. The present coin is very rare...More >>>
RC30281
Seated $1
NGC
MS63* Prooflike
P.O.R
1866 Silver Dollar - 1866 Liberty Seated $1 NGC MS63* Prooflike. NGC Star-designation for exceptional eye-appeal. The finest of two Prooflike examples! First year of type...More >>>
RC30342
Morgan $1
NGC
MS62
$6,150
1879-CC Morgan Dollar - 1879-CC Morgan $1 NGC MS62. White, lustrous PQ. Old holder...More >>>
RC75662
Morgan $1
PCGS
MS65 CAC
$575
1880-S Morgan Silver Dollar - 1880-S Morgan S$1 PCGS MS65 CAC. It is often said that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. In the case of this lovely 1880-S Morgan dollar, we’re sure that...More >>>
RC70517
Morgan $1
NGC
MS65 CAC
$675
1880-S Morgan Silver Dollar - 1880-S Morgan S$1 NGC MS65 CAC. This amazing, Gem 1880-S Morgan Dollar has a fabulous crescent of color on its left obverse side. In addition the coin...More >>>
RC30402
Morgan $1
PCGS
MS66 CAC
$2,950
1881 Morgan Dollar - 1881 Morgan $1 PCGS MS66 CAC. Smooth gem. Gorgeous toning. Tied for finest w/ CAC sticker. Only five finer at PCGS...More >>>
RC71795
Morgan $1
PCGS
MS65 CAC
$675
1881-S Morgan Silver Dollar - 1881-S Morgan S$1 PCGS MS65 CAC. This exceptionally toned, well struck, Gem 1881-S Morgan Dollar appears significantly nicer than what the holder indicates...More >>>
RC76961
Morgan $1
PCGS
MS64+ CAC
$375
1882-S Morgan Dollar - 1882-S Morgan $1 PCGS MS64+ CAC. Gorgeous heavily toned 1882-S for the colorful toning expert as this coin is one of a kind....More >>>
RC79006
Morgan $1
NGC
MS64 CAC
$450
1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar - 1884-O Morgan $1.00 NGC MS64 CAC. Outstanding rainbow toning characterizes this Southern branch mint, Mint State 1884-O Morgan Dollar. The obverse shows...More >>>
RC76710
Morgan $1
PCGS
MS63 DMPL CAC
$450
1886 Morgan Silver Dollar - 1886 Morgan S$1 PCGS MS63DMPL CAC. This Mint State, deep mirror, prooflike 1886 Silver Dollar has added eye-appeal because of its excellent strike...More >>>
RC7912007
Morgan $1
NGC
VG10 CAC
$995
1889-CC Silver Dollar - 1889-CC Morgan $1 NGC VG10 CAC. Here is an opportunity to fill one of those “impossible” holes in your Morgan Dollar collection...More >>>
RC30272
Morgan $1
NGC
AU55
$5,600
1892/1892-S Morgan Dollar - 1892/1892-S Morgan $1 NGC AU55. VAM-2. Top 100 variety. Scarce SF issue...More >>>
RC30363
Morgan $1
NGC
MS61 DPL
P.O.R
1893-CC Morgan Dollar - 1893-CC Morgan $1 NGC MS61 DPL. Rare in DPL. Only 16 examples designated DPL by PCGS & NGC combined...More >>>
RC30451
Morgan $1
PCGS
MS63
$9,250
1893-CC Morgan Dollar - 1893-CC Morgan $1 PCGS MS63. Mostly white; PQ. Looks 64...More >>>
RC30351
Morgan $1
NGC
AU58 DPL
$6,450
1896-O Morgan Dollar - 1896-O Morgan $1 NGC AU58 DPL. Very scarce in DMPL. White...More >>>
RC78267
Silver $1
PCGS
MS66 CAC
$795
1973-D Silver Dollar - 1973-D Eisenhower Silver $1 PCGS MS66 CAC. Shimmering mint luster and a bold strike characterize this Superb Gem 1973-D Eisenhower Dollar...More >>>
The Silver Dollar was first authorized in 1792, but the first issues did not appear until 1794. From then until 1804, all Silver Dollars had the edge lettering ONE DOLLAR OR UNIT. Early Silver Dollars had several designs including the Flowing Hair Silver Dollars (1794-1795), the Draped Bust Silver Dollars (1795-1804), the Gobrecht Silver Dollars (1836-1839), the Gobrecht Dollars (1836-1839), the Liberty Seated Silver Dollars (1840-1873), and the Trade Silver Dollars (1873-1885). Following these Early Silver Dollars, the Morgan Dollars (1878-1921); Peace Dollars (1921-1935) were produced. For the average collector, the Early Silver Dollars are too scarce to collect; however, up until the mid twentieth century, Morgan Silver Dollars were available from banks at face value. Obviously Early Silver Dollar coins were not, but many are available today for type collectors, specialists, and investors.



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