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1886-S Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS63
Not Even One Million Made, Even Less Exist Today!
When it came to Morgan Silver Dollars, 1886 was not a hot year at the San Francisco mint. Granted, the City by the Bay's mint was never even close to the more prolific Philadelphia mint at the time. But still, the 750,000 Morgans that departed that year were well below outputs of previous years. After a slight rebound to seven digits in 1887, production was down to a new low in 1889 before shooting right back up in years since. However, taking into account the 1886 San Francisco Morgans that disappeared into circulation and adding the Morgan-destroying Pittman Act of 1918 along with years of subsequent coin meltdowns and it's a wonder that ANY exist to this day. Over 130 years later, we at GovMint.com can tell you that they do – and they're ready for you to own!
Our selection of these difficult-to-find 1886 Morgan Silver Dollars from the San Francisco Mint comes graded Choice Uncirculated Mint State-63 (MS63) by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). You'll receive a Morgan that has its full mint luster with only a few surface marks, sonically sealed in a clear acrylic container to keep its condition intact. Don't miss out on your chance to own one of a select number of San Francisco Morgans from a unique time in history. Secure one for yourself today!
|Year of Issue||1886|
|Mint Name||San Francisco - S|
|Coin Weight||26.73 Grams - g|