1879-S Morgan Silver Dollar Reverse of 1878 AU50 PCGS
- Mintage of 9,110,000.
- Certified grade: AU50 PCGS
- Weight: 26.73 grams
- 0.900 silver content (0.7734 asw)
1879-S Morgan Silver Dollar Reverse of 1878 VAM 39:
The 1878 Morgan silver dollar is the first year of mintage and every date comes in a number of varieties.
The Morgan silver dollar is still heralded as one of the most beautiful coins ever minted to this day. In 1918 the US Mint decided to melt down a total of 270,232,722 Morgan silver dollars and possibly early issues due to silver shortages. Melting was done in part to start up new production of silver dollars. Due to this large melting of silver dollars many mintage figures are incorrect.
In the 1960s, a massive amount of original mint bags of Morgan dollars were discovered in the US Treasury vaults, including Carson City issues once thought rare. Individuals purchased large quantities of the pieces at their face value and hoarded them for years, eventually the Treasury stopped exchanging silver certificates for the silver coins.
2005 United States Mint 50 State Quarters Silver Proof Set
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35% Silver War Nickels $1 Face Value Avg Circ
Grade Service: None
Mint Mark: Varies
Metal Content: 1.125 troy oz
Manufacturer: US Mint
Thickness: 1.95 mm
Diameter: 21.2 mm
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CONDITION: Choice Uncirculated
GRADE: Details - Cleaned
GRADING COMPANY: PCGS
COMMENTS: As photographed, exceedingly rare coin. Seldom found in virtually any condition let alone uncirculated - cleaned or not the coin has some superb eye appeal.