YOU MAY RECEIVE COINS FROM ANY YEAR BETWEEN 1878 AND 1904 OR 1921. THIS MEANS YOU MAY RECEIVE ALL THE SAME YEAR OF COINS OR GET COINS FROM A VARIETY OF DIFFERENT YEARS.
This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed as being in cull condition and is from years of our choice (1878-1904 or 1921). Coins with a “cull” designation are considered to be in overall poor condition and generally would not be of any interest to collectors. Each coin contains 90% silver and has a $1 face value.
- Contains .7734 oz of .900 fine silver.
- Minted by the United States Mint between 1878 and 1904 or 1921.
- Features the famous Morgan Dollar design created by George T. Morgan.
- Individual coins ship in plastic flips, multiples of 10 – 20 ship in tubes.
Morgan Silver Dollars are particularly sought after because of the story associated with their design. Anna Williams, a school teacher, created a stir during the 1870s by posing for the engraver for whom the coins are named for George T. Morgan. At that point in history, young women did not post for artists without some degree of scandal.
The obverse side of each Morgan Silver Dollar features Lady Liberty based on Miss Williamss profile. Her head is surrounded by thirteen stars that are symbolic, of course, of the original thirteen American colonies. The reverse side of each coin shows an American bald eagle clutching its quiver of arrows and an olive branch in its talons. Each coin has been stamped with the inscriptions “In God We Trust,” “United States of America,” and “One Dollar.” These coins are historically unique as their silver essentially comes from the celebrated Comstock Lode of the 1850s. The influx of so much silver persuaded Congress to issue this coin that has become one of the best-known coins in American history.
These Morgan Silver Dollar Coins in cull condition feature approximately .7734 troy ounces of silver in their composition. We will ship these coins in dates of our choosing based on inventory at the time of your order. Please note that cull condition refers to their fair or worn condition. Owning these Morgan Silver Dollars in cull condition is a great way to add some history to your coin collection. You might even start someone else on a coin collection of their own.
If you have any questions about the Morgan Silver Dollar Coin (Cull), please call National Precious Metals Exchange 303-500-5159. You can also get in touch with a member of our support team via phone and email. Be sure to view our entire selection of Morgan Silver Dollars.
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