What are the different types of one-dollar coins?

For this list, we are including all one-dollar coins: Flowing Hair Silver Dollars, Draped Bust Silver Dollars, Gobrecht Silver Dollars, Seated Liberty Silver Dollars, Trade Silver Dollars, Morgan Silver Dollars, Peace Silver Dollars, Eisenhower Dollars, Susan B. Anthony Dollars, Native American & Sacagawea Dollars and Presidential Dollars.

How much is a trade dollar worth?

The Trade dollar was minted from 1873 to 1885 and has a little numismatic value, though not as much as some others. Morgan and Peace Silver dollars are among the most common American Silver dollar coins, and, in low grade, they are commonly available for not much over the spot price of their Silver.

When did silver dollar coins come out?

The United States Mint produced silver dollar coins from 1794 to 1803, then ceased regular production of silver dollars until 1836. The first silver dollars, precisely 1,758 of them, were coined on October 15, 1794, and were immediately delivered to Mint Director David Rittenhouse for distribution to dignitaries as souvenirs.

When was the 1804 silver dollar made?

The 1804 silver dollar was actually produced in 1834, when the U.S. Department of State decided to produce a set of U.S. coins to be used as gifts to rulers in Asia in exchange for trade advantages.