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About 1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollar NGC MS66:

The American Morgan Silver Dollar was minted by the U.S. Government from 1878-1904, and was revived for one more year in 1921. As one of the most popular silver coins minted by the U.S., it is a must have for your silver collection!

Highlights of this Coin:

  • Contains 0.7734 ounces of 90% silver
  • Comes in "MS66" condition
  • Graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation
  • 1$ Face Value
  • Total Mintage of 86,730,000 Coins
  • Individual coins ship in flips, multiples of 20 ship in tubes
  • Obverse: The Latin Phrase "E Pluribus Unum" is written above the Morgan design, with the date below
  • Reverse: An eagle is depicted holding an olive branch and arrows, with the face value below. "In God We Trust" and "United States of America" are also inscribed.

About the American Silver Dollars:

From the 1870s through the 1920s, the federal government struck an excessive quantity of Silver Dollars. Powerful Nevada mining interests lobbied Congress to pass legislation that required the federal government to buy massive quantities of silver. This excess metal was mostly converted into Morgan Silver Dollars, which sat untouched for years waiting to be absorbed into circulation by banks.

In light of this surplus, Silver Dollar production was halted in 1904. Despite the continued excess of silver, Congress then passed the Pittman Act of 1918, which called for the purchase of even more silver. Even though there was no real need for the coin, the Morgan Dollar was struck for one final year in 1921. It was produced at three U.S. Mint facilities: Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco.

It took decades for the excess quantities of 1921 Morgans to be absorbed into mainstream circulation. In the process, the coin received an undeserved reputation as being more 'common' than the earlier 1878-1904 dates. In actuality, however, 1921 Morgans are not as common as the 1878-1904 issues. Nonetheless, the false perception remains and, to this day, pre-1921 Morgans sell for a significantly higher premium than do the 1921 Morgans. This makes the 1921 coins a great deal by comparison.

All orders from Monument Metals are guaranteed as described, shipped discretely, and fully insured.

 

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1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollar NGC MS 66 (Random Dates)
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Metal Type Silver
Metal Weight 0.7734
Grading Service NGC
Date Random Date
Purity No
Country of Manufacture United States
Manufacturer United States Mint

About 1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollar NGC MS66:

The American Morgan Silver Dollar was minted by the U.S. Government from 1878-1904, and was revived for one more year in 1921. As one of the most popular silver coins minted by the U.S., it is a must have for your silver collection!

Highlights of this Coin:

  • Contains 0.7734 ounces of 90% silver
  • Comes in "MS66" condition
  • Graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation
  • 1$ Face Value
  • Total Mintage of 86,730,000 Coins
  • Individual coins ship in flips, multiples of 20 ship in tubes
  • Obverse: The Latin Phrase "E Pluribus Unum" is written above the Morgan design, with the date below
  • Reverse: An eagle is depicted holding an olive branch and arrows, with the face value below. "In God We Trust" and "United States of America" are also inscribed.

About the American Silver Dollars:

From the 1870s through the 1920s, the federal government struck an excessive quantity of Silver Dollars. Powerful Nevada mining interests lobbied Congress to pass legislation that required the federal government to buy massive quantities of silver. This excess metal was mostly converted into Morgan Silver Dollars, which sat untouched for years waiting to be absorbed into circulation by banks.

In light of this surplus, Silver Dollar production was halted in 1904. Despite the continued excess of silver, Congress then passed the Pittman Act of 1918, which called for the purchase of even more silver. Even though there was no real need for the coin, the Morgan Dollar was struck for one final year in 1921. It was produced at three U.S. Mint facilities: Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco.

It took decades for the excess quantities of 1921 Morgans to be absorbed into mainstream circulation. In the process, the coin received an undeserved reputation as being more 'common' than the earlier 1878-1904 dates. In actuality, however, 1921 Morgans are not as common as the 1878-1904 issues. Nonetheless, the false perception remains and, to this day, pre-1921 Morgans sell for a significantly higher premium than do the 1921 Morgans. This makes the 1921 coins a great deal by comparison.

All orders from Monument Metals are guaranteed as described, shipped discretely, and fully insured.

 

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