Morgan Silver Dollar G-VG 1886

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  • Product ID: 4142
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  • Description:

    The Founding Fathers desperately needed the US to establish an identity and a means of international commerce and a mint would be the ticket. The Philadelphia Mint was the first official mint facility in the US, established in the nation's capital at the time. While the Morgan was circulating the US, other events were taking place that would forever be a part of history, for better or for worse. Cocoa-Cola was invented by a pharmacist and the Statue of Liberty was dedicated by president Grover Cleveland. Using the transcontinental railroad, the first batch of oranges left California to be distributed throughout the country. Your 1886 Morgan silver dollar was minted in Philadelphia but does not carry a mint mark. This Morgan is considered to be in good-very good condition, exhibiting heavy wear and causing a very smooth surface. Even though the image details are extremely faded, the date is still readable in this condition.

  • Details:
    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 1886
    • Diameter: N/A
    • Mint Mark: N/A
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    • Grade: N/A

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