1900-O Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS63


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Why purchase this 1900 Silver Morgan Dollar struck at the New Orleans Mint?

The Morgan Dollar was introduced by the U.S. Mint in 1878 after a five year hiatus in production of a domestic dollar denomination silver coin. The coin was revived as a direct result of the 1878 Bland-Allison Act, which mandated that the U.S. government purchase between two and four million ounces of silver from western mines each month for the sole purpose of minting silver dollar coins. The New Orleans Mint, which had been closed and re-purposed in 1861 to house Confederate troops during the American Civil War, was recommissioned in 1879 to help meet the demanding silver dollar production requirements. This Morgan Dollar was struck at the New Orleans Mint in 1900 from 0.7734 Troy oz. of .900 fine silver, its mintage reported to be 12,590,000.

Silver Dollar Design by George T. Morgan

Lady Liberty wearing a “LIBERTY” crown is depicted on the obverse, encircled by “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” “1900” and thirteen six pointed stars.

Featured on the reverse is a heraldic eagle grasping an olive branch and three arrows. Inscriptions include “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “IN GOD WE TRUST” and “ONE DOLLAR.”

Beautiful Mint State 63

Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) graded this stunning 1900 Silver Morgan Dollar to be an impressive Mint State 63. The coin features a pleasing strike, along with fully intact mint luster, and is presented in a labeled PCGS protective holder.

Don’t hesitate to add this Choice Mint State 1900-O Morgan Silver Dollar to your collection!

Additional information


U.S. Mint





Country of Manufacture

United States (US)



Edge Design




Metal Type


Mint Mark

New Orleans

Reverse Designer

George T. Morgan



Strike Type

Mint state