The last US silver dollar regularly issued in large numbers was the Morgan Silver Dollar. While the Peace Silver Dollar was released after the Morgan Dollar, it was available for a total of just 10 years compared to 28 years for the Morgan Silver Dollar. Today, Morgan Silver Dollars are popular with collectors for the unique design and high volume of coins remaining with date marks more than a century old. Right now, certified Morgan Silver Dollars are available to purchase online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives inside of a PCGS or NGC protective plastic slab!
- Available with dates from 1878 to 1904!
- Limited availability of certified Morgan Dollars!
- Contains .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 or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
- On the obverse is Liberty.
- The reverse features the heraldic eagle.
- Please remember you could receive coins with the same grading house labels and dates when buying multiples.
Each Morgan Silver Dollar in this product listing earned a Mint State 64 certification. Coins in this condition exhibit average mint luster with groups of small contact marks, one or two heavier marks, and one or two patches of small hairlines possible throughout the design field. JM Bullion offers these coins to you with the guarantee that each has the MS64 certification.
However, you coins are chosen at random after your payment is processed and we guarantee neither the date mark nor the grading house. Coins will feature dates only from 1878 to 1904, with no 1921 issues included in this listing. Additionally, the grading house label could be that of the PCGS or NGC. If you buy multiples, please remember you could get coins with the same date and grading house label.
Morgan Silver Dollars were introduced in 1878. The coins design of Lady Liberty replaced the previous Seated Liberty design and ended a five-year hiatus in silver dollar production following the cancellation of the Seated Liberty Dollar in 1873. The Morgan Dollars were issued from 1878 to 1904, and one more time in 1921 as the US Mint finally resumed silver dollar production after a 17-year halt.
On the obverse of these Morgan Silver Dollar Coins is a depiction of Lady Liberty. This left-profile bust of Libertys head was created by George T. Morgan and comes with a coronet crown in her hair that bears an inscription of Liberty.
The reverse field of Morgan Silver Dollars bears a design of the heraldic eagle modified by George T. Morgan. Like many early renditions of the seal, the eagle is smaller than it appears in modern designs. Additionally, it is one of many early designs to lack the US national shield on the eagles chest. It is one of even fewer designs that lacks a cluster of 13 stars in the design as well.
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