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1884 O Silver Morgan Dollar MS63 PCGS

1884 O Silver Morgan Dollar MS63 PCGS Obverse
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  • Title: 1884 O Silver Morgan Dollar MS63 PCGS
  • Metal: Silver

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The New Orleans branch of the U.S. Mint had one single mission in 1884 – to mint Morgan Silver Dollars. These silver pieces were meant for circulation, although many were stacked or hoarded. In 1962, millions of 1884 O Morgan Silver Dollars were found in a sealed vault at the Philadelphia Mint and released to the public. In the 1970s, the spot price of silver skyrocketed, prompting many to melt these silver pieces for their silver content. 1884 O Silver Morgan Dollars are readily available in worn, circulated condition. The Morgan Dollars offered here, however, are in Mint State-63 as verified by world-leading coin grading service PCGS. The coins are a fascinating choice for collectors and a low-cost option for silver investors just starting out or seeking to diversify their precious metals portfolios.


The front of the Morgan Dollar shows Lady Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap, a soft, conical cap that symbolizes liberty. Morgan chose as his model Anna Willess Williams, a woman he said had the most perfect features of any woman he had seen. Below Liberty’s head is the year, to the sides are 13 stars representing the original colonies, and above is the motto ‘E Pluribus Unum.’


The back of the coin shows an eagle with its wings outstretched. It holds in its claws arrows and an olive branch. ‘In God We Trust’ is shown in a line above the eagle, showing between its wings. Below the eagle is the face value of ‘One Dollar.’ Encircling the eagle are the words ‘United States of America.’

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