Morgan Dollar


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Morgan Dollar

A $1 coin minted in the United States between 1878 and 1904, and again in 1921. It featured Lady Liberty on the obverse and is named for George T. Morgan, who designed it.
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The Morgan dollar is "by far the most widely collected and traded numismatic coin in the world" (Louis Golino, CoinWeek.com).
A new appendix on Morgan dollar errors has also been added.
Morgan Dollar: America's Love Affair With a Legendary Coin: Featuring the Coins of the Coronet Collection
Alameda, CA, August 05, 2018 --(PR.com)-- Coin specialist Michael Rosenberg presents one of the sale's top highlights: the large collection of US Morgan dollars, a total of 91 in two books ($12,000-13,000).
The author covers the appeal and challenge of the Morgan dollars, the five Morgan silver dollar mints, ways to collect Morgan silver dollars, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
The Morgan dollars also had silver in them and were minted from 1878-1904.
Carson City Morgan Dollars provides coin-by-coin entries that include values in Mint State grades, insights on condition ratings, keys to coin history, and the latest markets for them, and has been updated here in a fresh, new third edition that includes new historical photos and information.
We examined 184 randomly selected auctions of Morgan dollars that were active on eBay on July 7, 2007.
This volume details the history of specific US coins, tokens, and medals, such as the 1792 silver half disme, the 1857 flying eagle cent, the 1876-CC twenty-cent piece, the Erie Canal medal, the Carson City Morgan dollars, the 1794 silver dollar, and the 1933 double eagle, and collections, coin designers, Treasury officials, collectors, and other figures like Frank Gasparro, Louis E.
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