In the collecting world, the Silver Dollar is king. And in the world of vintage American Silver Dollars, no coin is as popular as the Morgan Silver Dollar. Struck from 1878 to 1904 and for one last time in 1921, the Morgan was the coin of the Wild West, struck with silver mined from Nevada’s famous Comstock Lode.
But then, in 1918, the Pittman Act resulted in the melting of more than 270 million Morgans. Decades later in the 1980s, the skyrocketing price of silver resulted in even more millions of Morgans meeting their end at the melting pots. It’s estimated today that as low as 15% of all Morgans remain for collectors to enjoy. That’s where this set comes in.
Starting with the coveted first-year-issue 1878 Morgan struck in San Francisco, and ending with the only Morgan to feature the “D” mint mark of the Denver Mint (struck in 1921), this wonderful 28-coin set contains one Morgan Silver Dollar from each year the series was struck, all in Extremely Fine (XF) to About Uncirculated (AU) condition. The entire set comes in a two-volume Blue Whitman Album to keep your coins protected for generations and provide room for your new Morgan collection to grow.
EVERY YEAR OF MORGANS – This set contains one Morgan Silver Dollar from every year of their striking.
BLUE WHITMAN ALBUM – The set of Morgans comes in a two-volume Blue Whitman Album with space to add more coins to add to your collection.
FINE SILVER – Every single Morgan Dollar is struck in 90% fine silver.
EXTREMELY FINE TO ABOUT UNCIRCULATED – All coins in this set range in grade from Extremely Fine (XF) to About Uncirculated (AU) condition.
THE CASE OF THE DISAPPEARING MORGAN – Despite millions of Morgan Silver Dollars being struck from 1878-1921, most were lost in circulation or melted down in mass silver meltings. In fact, coin experts believe that only 15% of all Morgan ever struck remain in existence today!
Hold history in your hands and secure your Morgan Silver Dollar set today.