Morgan Silver Dollar Almost Uncirculated 1896

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  • Description:

    There were many acts that were repealed as the government was trying to have more regulations over the silver market, throughout the Morgan silver dollar's life. The Morgan silver dollar became the first standard silver dollar minted after the Coinage Act of 1873 that put the Seated Liberty dollar out of production . The Bland-Allison Act called for the cease of free silver mining and demanded that all silver for the dollars be bought at market price. This greatly affected all miners and the direct profit they received mining their own silver. The Morgan silver dollar was stopped in production in 1904 and had one more year in 1921. Your 1896 Morgan has been minted in Philadelphia and carries no mint mark. Your Morgan is considered to be almost uncirculated, with some bag marks and surface abrasions to be expected.

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    • Year: 1896
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