The silver dollar that started a legend: the first—year 1878—P Morgan
Arguably the most coveted and collected vintage U.S. silver coin of all time, Morgan Silver Dollars are always in demand.
And no wonder: this is an American coin steeped in history — found in the pockets of Wild West cowboys and the vaults of Prohibition gangsters and if you're lucky, your grandma's cookie jar!
Hundreds of millions of Morgans were minted between 1878 and 1904, and again in 1921. During that time, Americans experienced the magic of the first telephone the mayhem of the First World War and the beginnings of the modern age.
90% of the 1878 Morgans trading hands today carry the S—mark from the San Francisco Mint. But these first—year Morgans began their life at the "Mother Mint" in Philadelphia, struck from more than three quarters of an ounce of pure silver mined in Nevada's massive Comstock Lode.
They're among the few to feature the distinctive seven tail—feather design, and they're some of the only remaining 90% first—year U.S. silver dollars still in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition — 134 years after they rolled off the presses!
But with every increase in silver prices, millions more Morgans fall victim to the melting pots. So finding any authentic first—year Morgan Silver Dollars from Philadelphia has become harder and harder every year.
Don't miss this chance to own a 1878—P first—year Morgan Silver Dollar— a coin certain to be the cornerstone of your collection! Buy one elsewhere and be prepared to shell out an extra $25 — or grab this celebrated American silver dollar from us and smile all the way to the bank!