Morgan Silver Dollar Extra Fine Condition 1886

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    The process of mining silver, turning it into a coin, and placing it into circulation is the epitome of progress. Along with perfecting the minting process, other important events happened in 1886 that were just as beneficial for the means of progress. Using the transcontinental railroad, the first batch of oranges left California to be distributed throughout the country. Cocoa-Cola was invented by a pharmacist and the Statue of Liberty was dedicated by president Grover Cleveland. Your 1886 Morgan silver dollar was minted in Philadelphia but does not carry a mint mark. This Morgan is considered to be in extra fine condition, exhibiting visible wear around Lady Liberty's cheeks, hairline, and ear. The eagle also shows signs of wear by lack of detail on its wing, breast, and tail feathers. Extra fine is the preferred condition to collectors just starting out since some of the original luster is still present, the detail isn't totally worn down, and the coins are offered at an achievable value.

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    • Year: 1886
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