More than 110 years after regular production of the Morgan Silver Dollar coin ended it is still a must-have product for any serious numismatist. One of Americas most popular coin designs of all time, the Morgan Silver Dollar ended the hiatus in silver dollar coining in the late 19th century and made a brief comeback in 1921 in an era that saw silver coining coming to an end. Right now, the Morgan Silver Dollar coin is available with PCGS certification from APR 57.
- Arrives in a protective PCGS plastic slab.
- Includes.7734 troy oz of actual silver content.
- Bears a face value of $1 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- Issued a grade of Mint State 64 by the Professional Coin Grading Service.
- Obverse features the image of Lady Liberty in left-profile relief.
- Reverse bears the American bald eagle.
- Coins in this listing specifically minted between 1878 and 1904.
- Disclaimer: Due to varied selection, it is possible to obtain same year on orders of multiple.
Morgan Silver Dollar coins were introduced in 1878 by the United States Mint as the Treasury Department revived the striking of silver dollar coins. The Coinage Act of 1873 brought an end to the free coining of silver in the US, a practice which allowed people to turn in silver to the Treasury and receive it back after coining.
Assistant Engraver George T. Morgan designed the now-famous Silver Dollar, which would go on to bear his name as the Morgan Silver Dollar. His depiction on the obverse features Lady Liberty in left-profile relief with E Pluribus Unum above her head and the year of issue below, with 13 stars surrounding her portrait.
The reverse of the Morgan Silver Dollar Coin PCGS MS64 bears the image of the American bald eagle with its wings spread wide. In a classic design, the eagle clutches the arrows of war in one talon and the olive branch of peace in the other.
Each of these Morgan Silver Dollar Coins earned a Mint State 64 grade from the PCGS. Coins in this condition have average luster, and likely feature several small contact marks in groupings. Additional potential flaws include one or two moderately heavy marks, one or two small patches of hairlines, and/or noticeable, yet small, light scuff marks. These Morgan Silver Dollars come from the original mintage period of 1878-1904, and do not include any 1921 specimens.
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