Morgan Silver Dollar Fine Condition 1889

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  • Description:

    The Coinage Act of 1792 announced the creation of the Philadelphia Mint, due to the Founding Father's desire to establish a means of international commerce. The Mint Act was passed shortly after, giving guidelines to the currency about to be produced. The Mint Act instituted a decimal system based on a dollar unit, the coins had to specify its metallic composition and fineness. It was also required that each US currency coin should present "an impression emblematic of liberty." Since Philadelphia was the capital at the time, the first mint was established in the center of it. Your 1889 Morgan was minted in Philadelphia, one of two mints left that originally minted the Morgans, and is considered to be in fine condition. Collectors who enjoy fine condition Morgans usually expect large amounts of wear and a very smooth coin. The main images, such as Lady Liberty and the eagle, are both lacking detail.

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    • Year: 1889
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