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The Last Morgan Silver Dollar In BU Mint State 63 Grade

The Last Morgan Silver Dollar In BU Mint State 63 Grade
$ 189.00 US


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The Last Morgan Silver Dollar Coin
90% silver 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar, offered in Brilliant Uncirculated condition with an MS 63 grade. PCGS holder/label and Deluxe Display Box.
Display box measures 3-3/4" W x 1-7/8" H x 4-5/8" D
Description

Bring home Out of the Melting Pot: The Last Morgan Silver Dollar Coin, showcased in an exclusive presentation from The Bradford Exchange Mint, and become part of an historic tale that continues to unfold to this very day. The story begins with The 1918 Pittman Act. This legislation authorized the meltdown of over 270 million Morgan Silver Dollars struck between 1878 and 1904. The silver was sold to the British at a profit, and in 1920 Great Britain repaid its wartime obligation. Every melted Morgan was required to be replaced with a new coin, struck with American silver purchased at above market prices.

So, in 1921, with the new Peace Dollar still under discussion, the Morgan Silver Dollar returned, struck from the dies recreated by George T. Morgan, but for less than a year. Due to the destruction of the original dies, it featured a new, slightly refined design with shallower relief and larger stars. Few were released until the 1960s and 70s, when rising silver prices sent many of the last remaining Morgans to the melting pot once again. But now one of the scarce, nearly-a-century-old survivors can be yours! Offered in Brilliant Uncirculated condition with a Mint State 63 (MS 63) grade, your 90% silver coin arrives secured in a proprietary PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) holder and a label with bar code affirming the authenticity. The state-of-the-art holder is made to preserve your coveted Morgan coin's beauty for years to come. Your genuine 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar also arrives with a museum-quality mahogany-finished wooden Deluxe Display Box, perfect for showing off such an important collectible coin. Intense demand is expected for this exclusive presentation of The Last Morgan Silver Dollar Coin, so do not delay. Order now!

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This exclusive collectible The Last Morgan Silver Dollar Coin presentation from The Bradford Exchange features:
  • Become part of an historic tale that begins in the throes of WWI and continues to this day with The Last Morgan Silver Dollar Coin, showcased in an exclusive presentation from The Bradford Exchange Mint
  • Own a genuine 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar, struck in accordance with The Pittman act from American silver purchased with money repaid by the British for silver bullion provided to them during WWI (obtained by the melting of over 270 million Morgan Silver Dollars struck between 1878 and 1904)
  • Due to the destruction of the original Morgan Silver Dollar dies, dies for the 1921 Morgan were recreated by George T. Morgan, U.S. Mint Chief Engraver, and featured a new, slightly refined design with shallower relief and larger stars
  • Your 90% silver 1921 Morgan is offered in Brilliant Uncirculated condition with a Mint State 63 (MS 63) grade, as evaluated by the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), one of the most respected third-party grading services in the industry
  • A proprietary holder preserves the beauty of your coveted coin and features the PCGS label and bar code affirming the condition and authenticity of your Out of the Melting Pot: The Last Morgan Silver Collar Coin. The state-of-the-art holder is made of premium inert materials and sealed with ultra-sonic welding, melding the sides with sound to ensure years of enjoyment
  • Arrives in a handsome, museum-quality mahogany-finished wooden Deluxe Display Box, perfect for showing off such an important collectible coin
  • A once-in-a-lifetime coin collecting opportunity, full of historical significance and potential value, so order now!
  • Display box measures 3-3/4" W x 1-7/8" H x 4-5/8" D; 9.5 cm W x 4.8 cm H x 11.7 cm D
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1700913001

The Last Morgan Silver Dollar In BU Mint State 63 Grade
$189.00 US


Or 3 installments of $63.00 US

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$9.00 US

Satisfaction Guaranteed:
Free Returns for 365 Days

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