In 2021, the centennial of the Morgan Silver Dollars last strike is being celebrated by the US Mint and other private mints. Beyond bullion coinage, youll find the popular Morgan Dollar design replicated on everything from tribute coins to modern legal tender notes from the Federal Reserve that have been modified by private mints. Today, $1 Morgan Silver Dollar Legal Tender Notes are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Available to you inside of a bi-fold presentation folio with a Certificate of Authenticity included!
- Celebrate the 100th anniversary of the final Morgan Dollar issue with these commemorative notes!
- Actual US legal tender $1 bills!
- The face value of $1 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
- On the obverse are the enhanced graphics with images from the Morgan Silver Dollar.
- The reverse face of the note comes with the existing design from the US one-dollar bill.
The United States Mint introduced the Morgan Silver Dollar coin in 1878. The coin was released after a five-year hiatus in the production of silver dollars in the United States. The previous design, the Seated Liberty Dollar, was halted in 1873 following the passage of the Fourth Coinage Act. With free silver coining now ended, the US Mint did not initially offer new silver dollars. The Morgan Silver Dollar would go on to see active production from 1878 to 1904, with a final strike in 1921.
All $1 Morgan Silver Dollar Legal Tender Notes available here are in crisp, clean, uncirculated condition from Federal Reserve packs of new $1 bills. Each of these legal tender notes has been enhanced with high-definition graphics that replicate the obverse and reverse design elements from the Morgan Silver Dollar. The notes are packaged in a bi-fold folio and come with a Certificate of Authenticity.
On the obverse side of $1 Morgan Silver Dollar Legal Tender Notes is the effigy of Liberty at the center as created by George T. Morgan. Obscuring the effigy of President Washington, this left-profile bust of Liberty showcases her figure with a Phrygian cap on her head, wreath crown, and a coronet on her head. The design elements include the 13 stars and the phrase E Pluribus Unum as found on the original Morgan Silver Dollars. To the left side of the note, the Federal Reserve Bank seal is covered by the heraldic eagle design that Morgan created in 1878 for the reverse of the coins.
The reverse field of $1 Morgan Silver Dollar Notes comes with the same reverse design that has been in place on the note since 1963. The design includes the pyramid with the all-seeing eye on the left and the Great Seal of the United States on the right side of the design field.
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