United States of America, Morgan Silver Dollar Very Fine - Snap-lock display case.

The Cartwheel Silver Dollar was struck from 1878 until 1921. An interesting fact about this Silver Dollar which is known as a Morgan Dollar. Is that the engraver George Morgan was British. The coins are struck in .900 Fine Silver and while dates are of our choice all the coins are in at least Very Fine condition. As a little extra each Morgan Silver Dollar will come in an imprinted Snap-lock display case.
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SKU: FUS8146
£35.00
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