Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Tscaveman, Jun 9, 2018.
Morgan one troy oz. no date .999 fine silver. No dollar amt.
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If it has no date then it’s probably a bullion round (not a coin).
Generic 1 ounce silver round. It's value is based on the price of silver
As mentioned. It is a generic silver round who's design mimics the Morgan Dollar.
There are many, MANY such examples out there.
a quick search of https://www.google.com/search?q=morgan dollar silver round&oq=morgan dollar silver round&aqs=chrome..69i57.4513j0j8&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8
will give you a list of them, including the first 3 which are similar, though not exact.
and since it's a silver round it's based on the current price of silver
which depending upon who you sell it to could be at silver spot price, below or above it.
As stated.... Roughly sixteen bucks. Nice classic design may bring a tiny premium.
$17-20 on eBay - 1 troy ounce of 999/1000 silver - better design quality than most similar commercial rounds - I cannot pinpoint the source mint
A generic silver round (not a coin), worth melt silver value.
Welcome to CT Tscaveman. How did you acquire this? Just curious if it was passed as a coin or just a silver oz.
If it doesn't have a date, it isn't a coin. Did you mean Mint Mark? Some bullion, from ISO certified mints has their mint mark for identification.
Philadelphia minted coins have no mint mark. They all have a date...
This isn't a coin. It's a silver bullion round.
I found a 1944penny
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