Morgan Silver Dollar Very Fine Condition 1890

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  • Description:

    Connecting the history of your Morgan collection to the time is was being minted, it not only fun but makes for a great conversation starter. Plus, there has been so much history lost, it is also nice to go back and read how far we have come. In 1890, both Sequoia and Yosemite were established as National Parks, the first American Football game was played, and Alice Sanger became the first female to work at the White House. This was also the year that The Picture of Dorian Gray was published. Your 1890 Morgan Silver Dollar was minted by the Philadelphia sector of the US Mint and carries no mint-mark underneath the eagle's tail feathers. Philadelphia was the first US Mint facility and is also one of the last original mints to have minted the Morgan and is still in production. Your coin is considered to be very fine, revealing extreme wear on Lady Liberty, the cotton leaves, and the eagle.

  • Details:
    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 1890
    • Diameter: N/A
    • Mint Mark: N/A
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