United States of America, US Morgan $ Philadelphia MS64

The Morgan Silver Dollar was made between 1878 and 1904, and then they struck a somewhat similar coin in 1921. For our purposes the dates that count are 1878-1904. George T. Morgan who designed this Silver Dollar, was actually British, so it makes them a little closer to home. These are nice coins and ones that most collectors would be only too proud to own. The hoard that we bought, all grade MS64 (Mint State 64 out of 70) which are much nicer coins than we previously offered. They come from three different American Mints, no mint mark, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, ‘S’ mint mark, San Francisco, California and ‘O’ mint mark from New Orleans, Louisiana. Here we present the Philadelphia Silver Dollar. When the silver dollar market was boiling, at one time an MS64 Silver Dollar wholesaled for $250.00. We think the market has reached a level where the coins are reasonably priced today.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FUS970
£95.00
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