Don’t miss out! Get a genuine century-old Morgan dollar, sought-after by coin collectors, history buffs and silver hoarders alike.
For almost a hundred years after the founding of the United States, the U.S. Mint made very few silver coins, and almost no Silver Dollars. Why? Although there were some deposits of gold found in North Carolina and Georgia, there was no significant amount of silver found anywhere until the Comstock Lode was discovered in Nevada in 1859. It turned out to be the largest silver find ever in the U.S.
Starting in 1878, the U.S. Mints in Philadelphia, New Orleans, Carson City and San Francisco started striking millions of Morgan Silver Dollars every year. But many millions of these popular 'cartwheels' were melted to get their silver during World War I, and more were tossed into the melting pot during World War II and the 1960s.
Each magnificent Morgan Dollar is:
Over 100 Years Old
Struck in precious 90% silver
History you can hold in your hand
Presented in a Wood Display Box
Coin is in Fine or better condition, no specific year or mint mark is guaranteed.