Morgan Silver Dollar Extra Fine Condition 1891

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  • Description:

    Owning a coin that is over one hundred years old holds much more value than just its weight in silver, it represents history that will never be forgotten. There are some other events, which occurred in 1891, that carry significance today. In 1891, the Wrigley Company started its production of the famous gum in Chicago. The Music Hall in New York, that is now known as Carnegie Hall, performed its grand opening with Tchaikovsky as the guest conductor. That October, Stanford opened its doors to knowledge-seeking, prestigious students. Your 1891 Morgan silver dollar was minted in Philadelphia but does not carry a mint mark. The Philadelphia Mint is one of the original mints to have produced the Morgan and is still in production today. It is also in extra fine condition, with a good amount of wear around Lady Liberty's hairline, ear, and cheek. Extra fine does exhibit wear on the coin but the original mint luster is still present.

  • Details:
    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 1891
    • Diameter: N/A
    • Mint Mark: N/A
    • Thickness: N/A
    • Grade: N/A

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