1878 to 1921 $1 Morgan Silver Dollars Culls

$35.24

In stock

Volume Discount Pricing
Quantity Check/Wire BitCoin (+2%) Credit Card/Paypal (+3%)
1 – 19 32.24 32.88 33.21
20 – 99 31.74 32.37 32.69
100 – 499 31.24 31.86 32.18
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Description

Conditions and dates will vary and are subject to change according to our existing stock. The “Cull” designation signifies a range of imperfections that may affect the coin in various ways, including but not limited to notable or excessive wear (resulting in absent details or dates), scratches, pitting, bends, holes, and dark or unappealing toning/coloration.

THIS IS A STOCK IMAGE; THE COIN PICTURED IS ONLY A REPRESENTATION OF THE COIN YOU WILL RECEIVE, NOT THE EXACT COIN.

The Morgan Silver Dollar was the first silver dollar produced by the United States Mint after the Coinage Act of 1973. This 90% coin was minted from 1878 to 1904 and then again in 1921. Prominently displayed on the obverse of this silver dollar is George T. Morgan’s rendition of Lady Liberty, along with a series of thirteen stars honoring our original thirteen colonies, and the phrase “E Pluribus Unum.” Morgan’s interpretation of the heraldic eagle is pictured on the reverse.

Coin Features:

  • 90% Silver
  • Shipped in protective packaging

Additional information

Brand/Mint

The United States Mint

Certification

Uncertified

Country of Manufacture

United States

Grade

Ungraded

Metal Type

Silver

Year

Date Varies

Denomination

$1

Fineness

.999

Metal Content

1 oz

Metal Purity

.999

Precious Metal Form

Coin

Coin

Morgan Silver Dollar

Issuing Country

United States

Shape

Round