Why Choose This 1879-1882 XF Saloon Silver Morgan Dollar with a Story Card ?
The Morgan silver dollar spent a good amount of time in circulation. These coins were first struck by the U.S. Mint in 1878 and annual production continued through 1904. They were also issued for circulation in 1921. The specimen that you receive will have a date between 1879 and 1882 and it could be from the Philadelphia, San Francisco, or New Orleans Mints. This Morgan will arrive housed in storycard packaging that details the history of the Western saloon.
- The Morgan dollar is 90% silver.
- You will receive a Morgan ranging from 1879-1882 in Extremely Fine (XF) condition.
- The random date Morgan will come with a story card detailing the fascinating history of the western saloon.
Classic Designs by Morgan
Obverse: Both sides of this coin were designed by George T. Morgan. That’s where the name Morgan silver dollar came from, the woman pictured on the obverse is Liberty. She is pictured with wavy hair and a small cap. The date of your coin is near the lower edge of this design.
Reverse: Morgan’s design for the reverse shows a powerful bald eagle. It’s grasping arrows and an olive branch with its talons as it holds its wings and chest high. The face value is inscribed at the bottom of the design. If your coin has a mint mark, it will be just above the “D” and “O” of the face value.
XF Condition with Story Card
The Morgan dollar you receive will be in Extremely Fine (XF) condition. Some of the original details have worn off from its time in circulation, but many still remain. This stunning specimen is housed in a story card that relays information about the American frontier and the iconic institution of the saloon.