When Was the Last Silver Dollar Minted?

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Silver dollars, specifically the Silver Eagle, are still being minted in Philadelphia, and have been minted there since 1793. The Silver Eagle dollar coin is 100% silver meaning that it totals one full troy ounce of silver. It is a favorite of collectors as it is not a circulation coin. This is due to the fact that the silver content of the Silver Eagle dollar coin is worth more than 5 times its face value.
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The last circulating US silver dollars were minted in 1935. The last circulating Canadian silver dollars were minted in 1967. Both countries continue to mint $1 collectors' coins
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1. Inspect the reverse of the coin. The mint mark is located below the wreath and above the words "One Dollar. 2. Know that if you do not see a mint mark in this location, it
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Retail values are $17.00-26.00 for circulated coins depending on the grade.
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The silver dollar has been in circulation since 1793. There was a short time when there was no silver and the production of the silver dollar stopped in 1904 and started back in 1914. they are still in production today. You can find more info at: users.hal-pc.org
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