Morgan Silver Dollar Extra Fine Condition 1900

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    At the turn of the century, the Morgan silver dollar began its slow decline, since its production stopped in 1904. While the US Mint kept pumping out silver dollars, the Open Door Policy was passed, allowing the US to perform international trades with China. The second modern Olympic games began in Paris and the Boxer Rebellion took place in Peking. It was also a big year for gold in the US, with the Gold Standard Act being ratified and placing the US currency on the gold standard. The Philadelphia Mint as still producing large amounts of Morgans to satisfy the silver being purchased. The Philadelphia Mint is also one of two mints still in production, since the minting of the Morgan. The other mint is the San Francisco Mint that is still minting coins. Your 1900 Morgan is in extra fine condition, exhibiting wear on the reverse and obverse of the coin.

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    • Year: 1900
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