Silver Dollar Coins Values

silver dollar coins values
    silver dollar
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64peaceproof obs
64peaceproof obs
Few coins are more notorious than the 1964-D Peace dollar. And unless you were one of the few Denver Mint employees rumored to have purchased one of these in May 1965 (when they were actually struck), these reproductions are as close as you can get. So how did the 1964 Peace dollar even come into brief existance? Politics! You see, in 1964-1965 silver coins were close to or exceeding their melt value. But the country had plenty of paper silver certificates - which you could exchange for nice big cartweel silver dollars on demand. The one part of the nation that absolutely needed those silver dollars was Las Vegas, Nevada. Gambling was booming, and they liked their silver dollars in the slots, the gaming tables, and in the till. They pressured Johnson to order new silver dollars to be struck in early 1965 (dated 1964 to get around the Coinage Act of 1964 removing silver from circulating coinage). 316,076 Peace Dollars were struck at the Denver mint that month, before Congress overrode the Presidential order and demanded that production cease. In the uproar of the silver coinage crisis, they were all destroyed. Or were they? If you have one, don't tell. They are illegal to own. These wonderful reproductions, both as an exact-size Uncirculated and an exact-size Proof, are marked on the reverse shows "COPY", (neatly worked into the design below the word DOLLAR), in accordance with the Hobby Protection Act of 1973 and produced by the Royal Oak Mint.
1871 seated liberty silver dollar(a)side1
1871 seated liberty silver dollar(a)side1
The Seated Liberty silver dollar was officially issued by the United States from 1840 to 1873. The coin was designed by Christian Gobrecht. The obverse shows Lady Liberty seated holding the Union Shield, while the reverse shows a bald eagle holding arrows and an olive branch. It's is comprissed of 90% silver and 10% copper.Seated Liberty was the first regular issue dollar created for circulation after the year 1804.This coin was very popular although mintage remained still low only exceeding the minting of a million or more 2 times. The reasoning for the erratic mintage numbers every year was due to the silver deposits handing silver in to the mints. If silver was large amounts, then the mintage numbers were high, if small amounts were handed in then the mintages were low. By 1853 the silver content in these issues were more than face value of these big silver pieces and all lower denominations such as Half dollar, Quarter dollar, dime, and half dime had the silver content lowered in each piece because the price of silver had risen and so on these denominations arrows were added on the bottom obverse to signify change in weight on all except the dollar. Issues after that being minted were not seen for circulation in America because of the export trade to other nations and stayed this way through the late 1860’s.

silver dollar coins values