Introduced in 1878, the Morgan Silver Dollar was initially produced through 1904 and later featured a single-year strike in 1921. To this day, the Morgan Silver Dollar remains an extremely popular coin with silver collectors. Today, Morgan Silver Dollar 5-Coin Sets are available to you online from JM Bullion with a PCGS certification.
Coin Set Highlights:
- Available to you in PCGS protective plastic slabs!
- Offered with dates from 1878 to 1904!
- Set includes five coins in total!
- Limited number of certified coins!
- Contains .7734 Troy oz of actual silver content per coin.
- The individual face values of $1 (USD) are fully backed by the US government.
- Graded Mint State 64 by the Professional Coin Grading Service.
- On the obverse of the coin is a portrait of Liberty.
- The reverse depicts the heraldic eagle.
- Please remember that you will receive five coins with different date marks.
The Coinage Act of 1873 ended the free coining of silver in the United States. Americans were no longer allowed to turn in silver to the US Mint and get it back in the form of circulation silver coins. As a result of the Coinage Act of 1873, the Seated Liberty dollar was canceled. In 1878, the Bland-Allison Act restarted silver dollar coining, and the result was the new Morgan Silver Dollar design.
All of these Morgan Silver Dollar 5-Coin Sets are available to purchase with individual PCGS plastic slabs for each coin. The coins in this five-coin set come with a Mint State 64 certification. Coins in this condition have average mint luster remaining, small contact marks grouped together, one or two heavier contact marks, and one or two small patches of hairlines present on the field.
Please remember that this Morgan Silver Dollar 5-Coin Set comes with dates only between 1878 and 1904. The 1921 release of the coins is not an available date in this series. The five coins you receive will have varying date marks with no matches.
On the obverse of Morgan Silver Dollar Coins is an effigy of Lady Liberty. This image was created by George T. Morgan and features Liberty in left-profile relief. Anna Willess Williams sat through four portrait sessions with Morgan as the model for the Lady Liberty effigy.
The reverse side of the Morgan Dollar Coins includes the heraldic eagle of the United States. Morgan’s design of the heraldic eagle lacked the US national shield, but did show a front-facing bald eagle clutching the arrows of war and the olive branch of peace.
Morgan Dollars were issued by the Philadelphia Mint, San Francisco Mint, New Orleans Mint, and Carson City Mint during this period. Philadelphia coins had no mint marks, while the other three had the respective S, O, and CC mint marks. We cannot promise what mint marks may or may not be present on the coins you receive in your set.
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