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    Peace Silver Dollar Coin PCGS MS63 (1922-26, 1934-35)

    One of the most unique coin designs in American history is also one of its shortest-lived creations. The Peace Silver Dollar coin was the result of the nation’s fragile psyche following its intervention in World War I, its victory with the Allied cause, and its desire to remain isolated and living in peace. The Peace Silver Dollar Coin is now available from JM Bullion in... Read More

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    Peace Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS63 (1922-26, 1934-35)

    The Peace Silver Dollar was produced by the United States Mint on two separate occasions. The first one occurred from 1921-1928, while the second one occurred from 1934-1935. Because both of its mintage periods preceded the discontinuation of silver coinage, the Peace Silver Dollar holds the distinction of being the last dollar coin to be minted from 90% pure silver. Now, ... Read More

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    Peace Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS64 (1922-26, 1934-35)

    Customers: Please note that these coins will be offered from years of our choosing, all of which will range from 1922-1926 and 1934-1935 based on our current inventory. Each coin offered has been graded as MS64 by the NGC. As the last U.S. dollar minted with genuine silver, the Peace Silver Dollar was produced by the U.S. Mint between 1922-1926 and then again in 1934 an... Read More

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    Morgan Silver Dollar Coin MS62 (1878-1904, PCGS or NGC)

    Please note: You may receive varied years or multiples of the same year. Years received depend on inventory at the time the order is packaged. The Morgan Silver Dollar coin was not only one of the most popular silver dollars issued in US history, it was also the last to see widespread circulation and issuance. Primarily available from 1878 to 1904, the Morgan Dollar is ... Read More

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    1921 Morgan Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS63

    One of the most famous American coin designs of the 19th century was the Morgan Silver Dollar. The first major design from a young US Mint artist, George T. Morgan, the Morgan Silver Dollar represented the reintroduction of silver dollar coining in the United States after a five-year hiatus when it debuted in 1878. After an initial run of 26 years in production, the Morgan Dollar was halted for nearly two decades before returning for one last str... Read More

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    Morgan Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS63 (1878-1904)

    Please Note: Picture is an example only. Coins will be from years of our choice based on our current inventory, however they will always be certified by the NGC as an MS63. This listing is for Morgan Silver Dollars in MS63 condition from the year of our choice. The Morgan Silver Dollar was minted with 90% silver from 1878 to 1904 and once again in 1921. Each of the coins in this listing have been assessed and certified by the NGC to be in Mint... Read More

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    Morgan Silver Dollar Coin PCGS MS63 (1878-1904)

    Please Note: Picture is an example only. Coins will be from years of our choice based on our current inventory, and may be a collection of the same year. However they will always be certified by the PCGSas an MS63. The Morgan Silver Dollar is one of the most memorable coins in the United States Mint's history. The production of these coins marked the restart of production for silver dollar coins after a five year gap due to the passage of the ... Read More

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    Peace Silver Dollar Coin PCGS MS64 (1922-26, 1934-35)

    One of the more unique coins in American minting history is the Peace Silver Dollar. First struck in 1921, this silver dollar coin replaced the Morgan Silver Dollar design after its one-year return in 1921. What makes this coin unique...... Read More

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    Morgan Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS64 (1878-1904)

    Please Note: Picture is an example only. Coins will be from years of our choice based on our current inventory, however they will always be certified by the NGC as an MS64. The Morgan Silver Dollar was released during one of the most eventful periods in the history of US currency. It was produced by the United States Mint from 1878 to 1904 with one more year of production in 1921. Because these coins were minted prior to the 1965 cessation of ... Read More

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    Morgan Silver Dollar Coin NGC MS65 (1878-1904)

    One of the most memorable and iconic coins from US Mint history is the Morgan Silver Dollar. These coins represented the restart of standard silver dollar minting in the United States following a five year absence after passage of the...... Read More

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    Morgan Silver Dollar Coin PCGS MS65 (1878-1904)

    Please Note: Picture is an example only. Coins will be from years of our choice based on our current inventory, however they will always be certified by the PCGS as an MS65. The Morgan Silver Dollar is perhaps the most popular...... Read More

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    Morgan Silver Dollar Coin PCGS MS64 (1878-1904)

    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 America’s 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 certi... Read More

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    Certified Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars Online

    Silver coins have captured the popular imagination worldwide for centuries, and American silver dollar coins are some of the finest examples of the breed. Many designs produced by the U.S. Mint stand out in numismatic circles, including the Morgan Dollar and the Peace Dollar. With a history of excellence and unmatched artistry, these coins can be the perfect collectors' item as well as a repository of investment value.

    U.S. Silver Dollars

    Silver dollar coins in the United States date back to the late 18th century, when the newly-formed government commanded the formation of a U.S. Mint to produce the nation's coinage. Prior to the opening of the mint in 1794, the country used the Spanish eight-reales coin, more popularly known as the “”pieces of eight.”” American coins were based on the Spanish coins in terms of purity, size, and weight, but they used images of Lady Liberty on the obverse and eagles on the reverse. America minted silver dollars from 1794 through 1935.

    U.S. silver dollar designs include the Flowing Hair, the Draped Bust, the Seated Liberty, the Trade, the Morgan, and the Peace. The U.S. Mint currently strikes a silver bullion coin design known as the American Silver Eagle; although it has a face value of one dollar, these coins are collected and purchased as investments (generally at a price considerably higher than the currency value) rather than circulated.

    Certified Morgan Silver Dollars

    The Morgan Dollar is named for George T. Morgan, the British-born engraver who was asked to put together a new silver dollar design in the aftermath of the Bland-Allison Act. This legislation required the U.S. Mint to purchase and press millions of dollars' worth of silver each month. Previous to the Act, silver dollar coinage as a domestic currency standard had stopped in the United States; at that time, only so-called Trade Dollars were struck, primarily designed for use in Asian countries.

    Morgan's design was somewhat unusual in that it featured a Liberty not based on Grecian classicism (modelled by Anna Willess Williams). The obverse features the head of Liberty with several headbands; the reverse shows an eagle in flight, clutching arrows for strength and an olive branch for peace. The design also includes two U.S. mottos (“”In God We Trust”” and “”E Pluribus Unum””), the face value, the year of pressing, and, for coins not pressed in the main Philadelphia Mint, a mint mark. The coins were 90% silver and weighed .77344 troy ounces.

    As widely circulated coins, Morgan Dollars have wildly varying certified grades, with truly uncirculated coins being something of a rarity. However, coins with some degree of wear are far more common and a great way to enter the field of collection.

    Certified Peace Silver Dollars

    The Peace Dollar design was commissioned after the Allied victory in World War I and was intended to commemorate that triumph as well as to comply with a legal requirement of the Pittman Act. The coin was designed by a limited contest, won by young Italian immigrant Antonio de Francisci, who beat out then-Chief Engraver George T. Morgan. The Peace Dollar was the last circulating silver dollar coin to exist in the U.S., with the last of its type pressed in 1935.

    The design of de Francisci features an obverse with Lady Liberty's head in profile with a radiant crown; his wife, Teresa, served as his model. The reverse shows a perched eagle clutching an olive branch over a radiant sunburst; originally, the eagle also held a broken sword, but public outcry after descriptions of the design circulated led the mint to alter the image at the last minute. The design also features several U.S. mottos (“”Liberty,”” “”In God We Trust,”” and “”E Pluribus Unum””) as well as the value, date of issue, and, for non-Philadelphia coins, a mint mark designating the place of pressing. The coins were 90% silver and weighed .77344 troy ounces.

    Pressed more recently than the Morgans, Peace Dollars exist in a variety of graded conditions and can often be found in better shape than their older counterparts. As always, value usually increases with quality.

    Buying Certified Silver Dollars

    As mentioned above, condition is a prime driver of coin price. Reputable coin dealers will offer products graded by professional services that examine the items carefully for any faults and assign a numeric value (typically 1-70) and a condition descriptor (Poor to Uncirculated) to the piece. Better conditions almost always translate to higher prices.

    Price is also contingent on scarcity. While the Morgan and Peace Dollars were generally pressed in numbers high enough to create a reasonable supply, a few rarer years and mint marks are notable. For the Morgan, coins from the first year that contain an eagle with eight tail feathers are valuable and rare. The Carson City and San Francisco mint marks are also rare in certain runs.

    As circulating currency, U.S. silver dollars tended to be produced in quantity; however the collector community, as well as fluctuations in precious metal values, have driven their value up far beyond the face price of one dollar. Reputable and reliable coin dealers such as JM Bullion provide graded and certified coins. Browse our selection today and add one of these pieces to your investment.