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1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollar $1 NGC MS 63 (Random Year)

 
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1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollar $1 NGC MS 63 (Random Year)

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The Silver Morgan Dollar is among the most recognizable US Silver coins to date. Currently, Bullion Exchanges is pleased to provide a Morgan Dollar which has been graded MS 63 by NGC. This certified Silver Morgan contains 90% fine silver and weighs 0.7734 troy oz. Purchase one of these historic US Silver coins to diversify your precious metals portfolio!

US Mint Assistant Engraver George T. Morgan designed the now-iconic image of Lady Liberty that graces the coin. The coins were named the Morgan Dollar in his honor. Manufactured by the US Mint from 1878 until 1904, the Morgan Dollars’ production ceased due to the depletion of the US silver reserve. Several years later in 1918, the passage of the Pittman Act authorized the melting of millions of Silver Dollars. Following that historic act, the US Mint resumed the mintage of Silver Morgan Dollars in 1921. Later that year, the Morgan Dollar design was replaced by the Peace Dollar design, making 1921 the final year Morgan Dollars were minted. 

The obverse of the coin displays Lady Liberty facing left, along with the year of mintage and the phrase “E PLURIBUS UNUM. Lady Liberty’s face was modeled after a teacher and philosophical writer named Anna Willess Williams. 

The reverse showcases the American Eagle with its outstretched wings holding an olive branch and arrows.  A wreath encircles the bottom rim of the coin.

Coin Specifications:

  • Purity .900
  • Contains 0.7734 toz of silver
  • Minted from 1878-1904. Dates will be chosen randomly based on availability
  • Graded MS 63 by NGC
  • Arrives in official NGC Holder
  • Mint marks that may be featured on the coins: Philadelphia (no mint mark), San Francisco (S), or New Orleans (O).
  • Obverse: A left-facing portrait of Lady Liberty with the word “LIBERTY” inscribed on her cap’s ribbon. Thirteen stars representing the original 13 colonies encircle the bottom. Inscriptions: “E PLURIBUS UNUM” and the year of Mintage. Designed by George T. Morgan.
  • Reverse: A George T. Morgan rendering of a majestic bald eagle with outstretched wings clutching an olive branch and arrows in its talons. Inscriptions: “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “ONE DOLLAR,” and “IN GOD WE TRUST.”

Bullion Exchanges proudly provides a large selection of US Silver, including this Silver Morgan Dollar graded NGC MS 63. Feel free to explore our collection of Certified Silver American Eagles as well. Please reach out to our customer service team with any questions.

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