1881-S Morgan Silver Dollar NGC MS64
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|George T. Morgan
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Why add the 1881-S Morgan Silver Dollar NGC Mint State 64 to your collection?
The experts at Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) examined this 1881-S Morgan Silver Dollar and determined that it was in the exemplary Mint State 64 grade. The beloved series is one of the most widely collected in American Numismatics and was introduced in 1878. This example was struck on the standard .900 fine silver planchet that contains .7734 oz. actual silver weight. This issue was struck at the world-famous San Francisco branch of the U.S. Mint.
Lady Liberty's profile
The image used on the obverse of the coin is the left-facing portrait of Lady Liberty, the allegorical personification of the American Ideal, Freedom. She is shown wearing a small crown. The model for this image was Anna Williams, a Philadelphia school teacher. The reverse features a Heraldic Eagle clutching arrows and an olive branch. The coin was designed by George T. Morgan as his first assignment for the U.S. Mint.
What is Mint State 64?
The coins in this grade are good quality with nice luster and a quality strike. There will be small distractions, contact marks, hairlines, dings or scuffs present in the fields or in the devices but they will tend to be overlookable and not distracting in this grade. Overall coins in this grade are high-quality welcome additions with pleasant eye appeal.
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