3 years ago #1
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how much is E.PLURIBUS. UNUM 1880 SILVER DOLLAR COIN WORTH?

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3 years ago #2
Haleiwahi
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8 months ago #3
d. smith
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8 months ago #4
d. smith
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Value

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8 months ago #5
Marra M
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Hi D Smith

Most of these Morgan dollars are common.

However, those with CC mint marks ( CC stands for Carson City, Nevada mint) fetch higher prices. 1880 CC is worth $200.

Otherwise here are the values depending on its condition

Worn Base silver value plus $3 retail value
Average Circulated- Base plus $4
Well Preserved- Base plus $5


Please read also the other comments given by other members here regarding this 1880 E Pluribus Unum Silver Dollar.

http://www.artifactcollectors.com/i-have-several- silver-dollars-e.-pluribus.unum-18801882189...- 5354713.html

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1 month ago #6
e pluribus unum
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How much r they worth

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3 weeks ago #7
simpsonstorage
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Both are very common dates with very low grades on the order of vg-10... worth about $20 each at today's silver price

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