Silver Dollar Blog - 1883 Silver Dollar

Dec 07, 2011

1883 Silver Dollar1883 Silver Dollar

Mintage Circulation strikes: 12,290,000
Proofs: 1,039
There is no mint mark on the coin which means it was minted in Philadelphia.

1883-CC Silver Dollar
Mintage Circulation strikes: 1,204,000
Proofs: 0
Minted in Carson City – CC

1883-S Silver Dollar
Mintage Circulation Strikes: 6,250,000
Proofs: 0
Minted in San Francisco– S

1883-O Silver Dollar
Mintage Circulation strikes: 8,725,000
Proofs: 12
Minted in New Orleans– O

Random Fact of 1883

Liberty Head V nickel (1883-1913)Officially the US mint only minted the Liberty Head V nickel until 1912. There are 5 known genuine examples of the 1913 V Nickel that was produced illegally.  They don't know how many were actually produced.Of course since there are only 5 in existence they are extremely valuable! 

The original 1883 V Nickel didn't have the word "cents" on the reverse.

After 13 years of construction the Brooklyn Bridge is opened to traffic

U.Sand Canadian railroads institute 5 standard continental time zones, which ended the confusion for thousands of local times. 

While construction was going on the Canadian Pacific Railway in 1883 they found a high concentration of nickel-copper at the Murray Mine on the edge of the Sudbury Basin which is near Ontario, Canda

Hong Kong Observatory is opened. The Observatory forecasts weather and issues warning on the weather-related hazard.



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