1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar

1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar

The 1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar had over 2 million total mintage at the San Francisco Mint. The 1904-S Morgan Dollar was once considered rare in Mint State, although many collectors at the time seemed to have one. Although most of the coins produced at the San Francisco Mint were stored there, many of the 1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar were shipped off to be stored at the Treasury Building in Washington D.C. The 1904-S Morgan Dollar is readily available and plentiful for the most part in worn and uncirculated grades. 


History of the 1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar

The 1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar was once considered a great rarity. It is moderately scarce in Mint State today, and most are in lower grades. The majority of the 1904-S Morgan Dollar coins are lightly struck, especially at the center which is fairly common for this design. The luster for this coin ranges from a light frosty appearance to a more greasy appearance. When choosing your 1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar it is worthwhile to cherrypick to find a well-struck coin with little abrasions. 


1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar Value

The 1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar value ranges to upwards of $70,000. This coin typically has an average strike and luster, and is considered rare today. The 1904-S Morgan Dollar worth depends on what the collector is looking to add to their Morgan Dollar collection. Some collectors purchase only worn coins, so it depends on the quality and overall attractiveness that determines the worth and value of the 1904-S Morgan Dollar. 


Type of coin: Silver Dollar

Year: 1904-S Morgan Silver Dollar

Morgan Silver Dollar Mint Mark: San Francisco

Total mintage: 2,304,000

Metal content: 90% Silver, 10% Copper

Face value: One dollar

Weight: 27.20 grams

Edge: Reeded

Designer: George T. Morgan

Diameter: 38.10 millimeters