United States of America, Morgan Silver Dollar, BU

Morgan Silver Dollar Philadelphia Mint.
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SKU: FUS8148

US Silver Dollar, Uncirculated, Philadelphia Mint This American Silver Dollar is known as a Morgan Dollar, after its British engraver. You have the bust of Liberty on one side and the American bald eagle on the other side. These were the coins used in the old West and used every day, day in and day out.
Only these coins were not used but are in unused Uncirculated condition. W have seen similar coins being sold by some marketers, but have checked them out, many are just polished Extremely Fine coins. Our coins are real Uncirculated examples. We can offer them from the Philadelphia Mint. They are struck in 900 fine silver, in Uncirculated condition and struck between 1878 and 1899. Dates will be of our choice, but all coins are nice.

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