Historic last—year New Orleans Morgans from the massive McClaren Hoard!
U.S. Silver Dollar collectors agree: if you covet vintage American silver, one coin should be at the top of your list: the Morgan Silver Dollar.
Among those big silver dollars, the 1904—O Morgan stands out. Here's why: 1904 was the last year the historic New Orleans Mint ever struck a 90% silver dollar series for general circulation. And New Orleans was the only U.S. Mint to be under the control of the United States, the State of Louisiana AND the Confederate States of America!
So when we discovered a cache of last—year 1904—O Morgan Silver Dollars in the headline—making hoard of a wealthy pro auto racing team owner, we snapped up as many coins as possible!
Named for his beloved McLaren/Mercedes SLR supercar, this is the kind of hoard that most people can only dream about: more than 100,000 Morgan and Peace silver dollars that took a deep passion for vintage silver coinage, very deep pockets and more than 25 years to amass!
So as you would expect, each of these 1904—O Morgans look as fresh as they did when they were struck by the New Orleans Mint more than a century ago, earning them a grade of Choice Uncirculated Mint State 63 (MS63) from the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), as well as a label with the prestigious McClaren Collection pedigree.
Today's collectors are scrambling for almost any vintage American Silver Dollars — so don't wait too long to order your 1904—O McClarens!