Morgan Silver Dollar Very Fine Condition 1902

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  • Description:

    Although many Morgans were melted, the 1902 Morgan isn't hard to find in a higher grade condition at an achievable price. At the same time this gem was being minted, Theodore Roosevelt became the first president to ride in an automobile. The first Rose Bowl was played in California and the Carnegie Institution was also founded in Washington D.C. The first movie theatre also opened in Los Angeles, offering bored consumers an escape from their every day lives. Your 1902 Morgan was minted in the first US Mint facility, Philadelphia, and doesn't carry a mint-mark. Your coin is also considered to be very fine condition, with expected wear around Lady Liberty's portrait, the cotton leaves, and the eagle on the reverse. The Philadelphia Mint was established by the Founding Fathers, as means to set up a national identity and an international means of commerce. Although the original facility was torn down long ago, the Philadelphia Mint has been a successful branch in producing coins for over 200 years.

  • Details:
    • Denomination: N/A
    • Year: 1902
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    • Mint Mark: N/A
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