Morgan Silver Dollar Extra Fine Condition 1879-S

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    Morgan silver dollar collectors enjoy learning about the history that took place when the Morgans were being minted, just as much as they enjoy the Morgan's specific history. In 1879, Thomas Edison completed the light bulb invention and introduced the concept of incandescent lighting. Deadwood, South Dakota experienced a major forest fire, leaving two thousand people homeless. The Specie Resumption Act takes place, stating US currency notes are valued the same as gold since the Civil War. During all of this, the Morgan was fighting to stay afloat as the US silver dollar. Your 1879-S Morgan was minted in San Francisco and carries the "S" mint mark. Some qualities that are common for extra fine coins include solid wear around Lady Liberty's hairline, cheeks, and eye. The eagle, on the reverse, also presents some wear on its breast, tail, and wing feathers. The overall original mint luster is still slightly present, making extra fine Morgans an ideal condition for collectors.

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    • Year: 1879
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