The Coin that Made America
The obverse of the coin features the timeless design of Lady Liberty, with the reverse depicting a heraldic eagle. Designed by George T. Morgan, each coin carries his last initial M that can be found in Lady Liberty’s neckline on the obverse and on the reverse near the left hand loop of the ribbon. The obverse of the coin features the timeless design of Lady Liberty with the reverse depicting a heraldic eagle.
More than 200 Million Morgan Dollars Destroyed Forever
In 1918 after the passage of the Pittman Act more than 200 Million Morgan Silver Dollars were ordered to be melted into silver bars to be sold to Britain. This helped replenish Britain’s stockpiles of silver while simultaneously acting as a subsidy to the mining industry in the United States. The Pittman Act played a large role in making even the most common of Morgan Dollars a lot scarcer than other Silver Dollars.
We believe Morgan Silver Dollars in MS-64 to be a fantastic value in the marketplace today. They allow you to take advantage of high quality coins desired by collectors giving you two ways to win. The numismatic value of Morgan Dollars certified in MS-64, coupled with their silver content are just a few of the reasons why you should take advantage of these special coins.
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