Morgan Silver Dollar Extra Fine Condition 1884

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  • Description:

    Trying to keep up with the mintages, mint-marks, and conditions of the Morgan silver dollar can be more overwhelming than interesting at times. An easy and appealing way to connect important information to the Morgans is knowing some events that occurred during each year the Morgan was minted. In 1884, the eight-hour workday was initiated by the Federation of Organized Trades and Labor Unions. The cornerstone to the Statue of Liberty was laid two years before the actual statue arrived. The Washington Monument was completed and Mark Twain wrote the Adventures of Huckleberry Finn. It is amazing to hold a coin in your hand, that was minted over 100 years ago, and know what was going on in the US at the same time. History buffs enjoy collecting Morgans for this exact reason and it makes perfect sense. Your 1884 Morgan was minted in Philadelphia and like all coins minted there, your coin doesn't have a mint-mark. The condition of your coin is extra fine, which is the preferred condition of beginner collectors.

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    • Year: 1884
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