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1899-P Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS63
Morgans from the Edge of the 19th Century!
Despite what it looks like at first glance, 1899 was the penultimate year of the 19th Century, not the final year. (Centuries start on the ones, not the zeros!) Still, there was a lot going on. The Spanish-American War wrapped up and the Philippine-American War began. "Newsies" fans (you know who you are) remember this as the year of the New York Newsboys' Strike. It's also the year the Bronx Zoo opened and Mount Rainier became the fifth national park in the United States. And, if all this action is giving you a headache, you could finally take an aspirin – which was patented and trademarked that very year.
1899 was a busy year, but not so much for Morgan Silver Dollars out of the Philadelphia Mint. Only 330,000 were produced, creating an extremely limited run that is on the list of Morgan collectors around the world. Fortunately for you, our buyers have secured a selection of these uncirculated 1899 Morgans. Yours will come to you graded Choice Mint State-63 (MS63) by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), exhibiting a great amount of mint luster with few surface marks. In addition, your coin will come in a protective acrylic case, sonically sealed and labeled with PCGS's grade and information. A century and some change removed, this Morgan's already tiny production amount has seen significant evaporation into both collections and the melting pot. Once our supply disappears, it might be gone for good. Don't wait any longer to secure yours now!
|Year of Issue||1899|
|Mint Name||Philadelphia - P|
|Coin Weight||26.73 Grams - g|