An Incredible Offer You Won’t Want to Miss
Normally, these coveted Great Montana Hoard Morgans are listed on our website for $89 per coin. But with this special offer, you can now secure up to 3 of these historic Silver Dollars, certified by NGC as MS63 condition, for as low as $79—a savings of $10. And that’s just for starters…
When you use the special offer code below to secure this limited-time offer, you’ll receive one FREE Bonus Pack a value of up to $62.15!
FREE Patriotic BONUS Pack
Included with your 1883-1885 Morgan Silver Dollar from the Great Montana Hoard, you’ll also receive a FREE Bonus Pack including:
• Authentic 1935 $1 Silver Certificate:
Back when Silver Dollars were widely used in circulation, there were folks who preferred the weight of a piece of paper over a hefty coin. Enter the Silver Certificate: it functioned in exactly the same way, but could be traded at any bank for one U.S. Silver Dollar. Valued at $28.25!
• 50 Wheaties:
“Wheaties”, or Wheat-Back Cents, are often one of the first coins in an American coin collection. Struck from 1909 to 1958, it replaced the Indian Head Cent and began the longest running design in U.S. Mint history—the Lincoln obverse. You’ll receive 50 of these coins, including 10 that are guaranteed to be at least 100 years old. A $9 value!
• 10 Steel Cents:
During World War II, copper became an important natural resource for the war effort. Doing what they could to help, the U.S. Mint turned over nearly their entire story of copper. This in-house shortage resulted in the striking of the one-year-only 1943 Steel Cent! In this Bonus Pack you’ll receive 10 of these popular pieces of American history—a $10 value!
• 5 Full Date Buffalo Nickels:
Another classic piece of Americana is the Buffalo Nickel, struck from 1913 to 1938. Designed by James Earle Fraser, the coin displays a composite portrait of Native American Chiefs and a mighty American bison. You’ll receive five of these classic coins, still with fully visible dates. A value of $4.95!
• Commemorative Declaration of Independence:
Suitable for framing, this replica Declaration of Independence allows you to read the immortal words of our Founding Fathers whenever you walk into the room. Adopted by the Second Continental Congress in Philadelphia on July 4, 1776, this document told King George and all the world that the 13 colonies of the New World would govern themselves. It was the first step to founding a new nation. Valued at $9.95!
• Morgan History Story Book:
Finally, you’ll receive a special story book detailing the history of the Morgan Silver Dollar Series, from its origins at the Comstock Lode to its time as one of the premier coins of the Wild West.