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The Morgan silver dollar is a one-dollar coin produced by the United States Mint between 1878 and 1904, and it was put into production again in 1921. Congress passed the "Coins Act of 1873" to put an end to the free silver coin movement. The sitting Liberty silver dollar was therefore discontinued, and the Morgan silver dollar was the first standard silver dollar issued by the United States since then. The coin was designed by George T. Morgan, assistant engraver at the Mint and named after him. It has a portrait of Liberty engraved on the front, an eagle with spread wings on the back, and an arrow and olive branch on its paws.
Morgan Silver Dollars are an excellent way to own a piece of history, while concurrently investing in the physical precious metal silver. They weigh 26.73 grams. This equates to approximately .7734 Troy ounces of silver and approximately .1 ounce of copper per coin.Uncirculated collectible coins.
The Morgan Silver Dollar is one of the most significant, historic American coins. Introduced in 1878, the Morgan Silver Dollar represented a return to silver dollar coining in the US after a brief hiatus. The design for the coin was created by a British man named George T. Morgan who had come to the US from the Royal Mint in Britain on a trial basis. Right now, Morgan Silver Dollar Coins are available to purchase online.
- Arrives inside of a protective plastic slab courtesy of the NGC or PCGS!
- Struck from 1878 to 1904!
- Bears a face value of $1 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- Issued a Grade of Mint State 66 by the Professional Coin Grading Service or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
- Obverse features the effigy of Liberty.
- Reverse includes the American bald eagle.
Each of the Morgan Silver Dollar Coins offered by us in this product listing is available to you in Mint State 66 condition from either the PCGS or NGC. Coins in Mint State 66 condition are five grades below the perfect grade of 70 on the Sheldon numeric scale. A coin with an MS66 certification has minimal, but apparent, detracting marks or hairlines.
The Morgan Silver Dollar debuted in 1878 with a design from George T. Morgan. At the time of its introduction, the Morgan Silver Dollar represented a return to silver dollar coining in the United States after it was halted in 1873. The Bland-Allison Act of 1873 brought an end to the free coining of silver in the US at the United States Mint, and a subsequent stop to silver dollars altogether.
On the obverse of the Morgan Silver Dollar is the left-profile portrait of Liberty. This design of Liberty that was created by Morgan is said to reflect the figure of Anna Willess Williams, who sat through numerous sessions with Morgan to complete the portrait of Liberty. Included on this face is the year of issue and the word “Liberty.”
The reverse of all Morgan Silver Dollar coins includes a design of the bald eagle also created by Morgan. The eagle is similar to the heraldic eagle, but lacks the shield commonly used in that design. Included in this design of the eagle is a bird with wings spread wide as it clutches the arrows of war and the olive branch of peace.
In this product listing, we guarantee you a Mint State 66 condition Morgan Silver Dollar.
Your complete collection of Morgan Silver Dollars will include every year of issue (from 1878 through 1904 and then for one last time in 1921), with at least one coin from each of the five U.S. mints that produced them.
The coins in this complete collection are almost all now over 100 years old, and together weigh in at nearly two troy pounds of precious silver!
Each Morgan Silver Dollar is presented in circulated condition with most major design details visible, and is protected in an archival crystal-clear case that allows for easy and safe viewing of both sides.
Year: 1878 to 1921
Grade: Choice BU
Strike Type: Business
Mint Location: “S” – San Francisco
Metal Content: 0.7734 troy oz
Thickness: 3.1 mm
Diameter: 38.1 mm
Because the NGC Coin Rating Standard of the 1881 Morgan coin is higher than other coins, 1881 is worth collecting and investing.