What Is a 1888 Silver Dollar Worth?

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The retail value of your 1888 silver is £9.92- £16.13 depending on the condition. Assuming the coin is in circulation and has no mintmarks, the value will depend on how much wear the coin shows. For an accurate valuation, the coin needs to be seen and graded.
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At that time proof coins were only struck in Philadelphia, so you cannot have a proof coin from a branch mint. Further, coinage of silver dollars at Carson City was suspended in 1886
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A single 1888 silver dollar is valued at £139.57 ($225). There is also the 1888-O silver dollar and the 1888-S silver dollar, which are worth £353.58 ($570) and £1922.958 ($3,100) respectively. The Morgan silver dollars were designed by George T. Morgan, and are coins that are widely collected.
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