All About U.S. Mint Silver Dollars
Since the first Silver Dollar rolled off the presses of the U.S. Mint in 1794, American's
have enjoyed a fascination with every series of official legal tender
From one of the most expensive 1804 Silver Dollars that sold at auction for $4.14 million, to the most
affordable mint condition Silver Dollar, each one is prized for it's pure silver content, unique designs,
and link to America's history.
Whether you decide to collect Morgan Silver Dollars, Peace Silver Dollars, or modern American Eagle Silver Dollars,
there's a Silver Dollar to fit your every price range from $10 and up.
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Morgan Silver Dollars 1878 to 1921
No Silver Dollar in the world has been more celebrated, collected, or beloved than the official legal tender
Silver Dollars released during America's Wild West Frontier Days. In the 1870's Wild Bill Hickok, Buffalo Bill Cody, and Kit Carson
were still fighting Indians and paying for drinks with a Silver Dollar.
Peace Silver Dollars 1921 to 1935
Originally issued to celebrate the end of the "War to End All Wars," Peace Silver Dollars were the official
Silver coinage with a one dollar face value, issued during the Roaring 20's through the final release in 1935.
Modern Era Silver Dollars
A variety of Silver Dollars have been issued by both the United States Mint and other countries over
the decades. Many of the U.S. Silver Dollars were struck in limited quantities as collectibles honoring important historic
events. In addition, a number of Silver-dollar-sized coins have been minted and released by notable official mints including
the China Mint, the Australian Mint, the British Royal Mint, and the Canadian Royal Mint.