The Morgan Silver Dollar market has been exceptionally hot lately, making it tough to find a small hoard of any date. Luckily, we managed to track down these 1890-O Morgans, struck at the fabled New Orleans Mint. What’s more, these coins come certified by either the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) in Choice Uncirculated Mint State-63 (MS63) condition! Grading service varies.
According to current population reports, just 35% of existing 1890-O Morgans grade higher than MS63. That puts these coins on the higher quality end for this date and mint mark. Collectors are on the hunt for historic Morgan Silver Dollars, and the market continues to heat up. Don’t miss out on this chance to add one of these collector-grade Morgans to your collection.
AMERICA’S MOST POPULAR AND COLLECTED COIN – Designed by U.S. Mint Engraver George T. Morgan, the Morgan Silver Dollar was struck from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921. Today it is one of the most popular and heavily collected of all United States coins.
STRUCK IN FINE AMERICAN SILVER – Morgan Silver Dollars were struck in 26.73 grams of 90% silver – fine American silver mined from the famous Comstock Lode near Virginia City, Nevada — the richest silver mine in American history.
LEGAL TENDER AMERICAN COINAGE – Each Morgan Silver Dollar was one dollar legal tender and measures 38.1 mm in diameter.
UNCIRCULATED CONDITION – Your 1890-O Morgan Silver Dollar has been graded by either the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as being in Choice Uncirculated Mint State-63 (MS63) 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.
Don’t let this opportunity get away; grab this high-grade, key-date 1890-O Morgan Silver Dollar now!
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Early Life of George T. Morgan
In 1845, George T. Morgan was born in Bilston, Staffordshire, England. During his adolescence and early adulthood, he was educated at the Birmingham Art School, and then was granted a national scholarship to the South Kensington Art School. He continued his education at the South Kensington School for two years where he received numerous awards and prizes. While in England…