How much is a 1879 dollar coin worth?

How much is a 1879 dollar coin worth?

The silver dollar of 1879 with no mint markings will be worth more and it can go for about $32 if it’s in fine condition. If it’ in extremely fine condition it can go for about $35. MS grade uncirculated coin is worth about $70. Uncirculated coin in an MS 65 condition is worth around $450.

How much can I get for a 1879 silver dollar?

The 1879 silver dollar with no mint mark is worth around $45 in very fine condition. In extremely fine condition the value is around $50. In uncirculated condition the price is around $75 for coins with an MS 60 grade. Uncirculated coins with a grade of MS 65 can sell for around $575.

How much is an 1879 Morgan worth?

Pricing the 1879 Morgan Silver Dollar

1879 Morgan Dollar N/A $40
1879 Morgan Dollar (CC) N/A $1,700
1879 Morgan Dollar (O) N/A $47
1879 Morgan Dollar (S) N/A $70

Who is on the 1879 silver dollar?

Designed by the famous U.S. Mint engraver George T. Morgan, the 1879 silver dollar features Lady Liberty’s facial profile on the obverse side and the classic American bald eagle on the other. These images make the 1879 Morgan silver dollar one of the most recognizable and valued silver dollars in the world.

Is my silver dollar worth anything?

If you own any common Morgan or Peace silver dollars that are in worn condition, these are usually worth very close to the current price of an ounce of silver. Rarities or those in exceptionally good condition can be worth hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

How much gold or silver can I sell without reporting?

We are required to report sales of 90% silver content US coins that exceed a face value of $1,000, as well as any sales of the previously mentioned gold coins, in which more than 25 pieces have been sold.

Should I clean old coins before selling them?

Don’t clean your coins! Not only does this cut their value by as much as half (or possibly even more), but it will be an immediate deal-breaker for many dealers who would’ve otherwise wanted to buy your coins if only they were left in their original condition.

Do you pay taxes when you sell silver?

Tax liabilities on the sale of precious metals are not due the instant that the sale is made. Instead, sales of physical gold or silver need to be reported on Schedule D of Form 1040 on your tax return.