Morgan Silver Dollar Very Fine Condition 1892-O

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    There were four main mints that were responsible for minting the Morgan silver dollar. The Philadelphia Mint, the Carson City Mint, the San Francisco Mint and the New Orleans Mint. Although each mint produced the same designed coin, each mint also offered the series it individuality. The Old Mint served as a branch of the US Mint from 1838-1861, then again from 1879-1909. While the Morgan silver dollar was in production, the New Orleans Mint was able to stay in business since it relied on the Morgan silver dollar production. Unfortunately, the Morgan's production ceased in 1904 and the New Orleans Mint was decommissioned shortly after. The Old Mint has been deemed one of the oldest structures still standing in the US, and is officially a US landmark. Your 1892-O Morgan is considered to be in very fine condition, with extreme wear present around Lady Liberty's portrait, the cotton leaves, and the eagle. The mint mark "O" is underneath the eagle, on the reverse, to represent the Old Mint.

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    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 1892
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