How Much Is A 1923 1929 Silver Dollar Worth?


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A silver dollar from between the years 1923 and 1929 could potentially have a value of anywhere between $20 and $10,000 depending on the specific year that it was minted and the condition of the coin itself.

Ultimately, a coin is only worth what people are actually willing to pay for it, so the best way to gain an idea of what people might be prepared to pay for your particular type of coin would be to visit an online auction site such as eBay and to check to see if there are any auctions that are taking place for the particular type of coin you have in your possession. This should give you a rough idea of the demand for it and an approximate idea of the value of the coin.

You can calculate the 'melt value' of your coin (what it is worth purely based on the precious metal content) by following the guide set out on

The Coinflation site also gives approximate ideas of value based on the year that your silver dollar was minted in. Regardless of the year that it was produced, a coin that was minted in San Francisco will be more valuable than any other type of coin. Denver coins are the next most valuable and Philadelphia coins are generally the least valuable in monetary terms:
•    1923 - $22 to $4,100
•    1924 - $20 to $8,000
•    1925 - $20 to $9,000
•    1926 - $21 to $700
•    1927 - $27 to $10,000
•    1928 - $31 to $8,000

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