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1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS64

1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS64
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Why add the 1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS64 to your collection?

This 1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar was graded Mint State 64 (MS64) by the industry leaders at Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS). This issue is a great choice as a high grade Morgan type coin for your collection. Morgan Silver Dollars were struck from 1878 - 1904 and one final year in 1921. The series was struck on .900 fine silver planchets each containing .7734 oz. of silver. This coin was struck at the historic New Orleans Branch of the U.S. Mint. It has a mintage of 9,730,000 coins, many of which were melted.

Morgan's Astounding Design

The obverse depicts the effigy of Liberty in profile, facing left. The reverse image is a heraldic eagle with wings spread. George T. Morgan, was the designer of the series. It was his first assignment for the U.S. Mint shortly after he emigrated from England. He became the Seventh Chief Engraver of the U.S. Mint in 1917 and held that position until his death in 1925.

Brilliant and Lustrous MS64

MS64 coins are characterized by above average strikes and excellent mint luster. Overall, this is a high quality grade with very good eye appeal.

Add this PCGS graded MS64 1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar to your MCM order today!


Year of Issue:1884
Mint:U.S. Mint
Mint Mark:O
Branch:New Orleans
Grading Service:PCGS
Grade:MS64
Composition:Silver
Purity:0.9
Weight in Grams:24.055 g
Weight in Ounces:0.7734 oz
Diameter:38.1 mm
Thickness:2.4 mm
Edge Type:Reeded
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States
Currency:Dollar
Denomination:1
Mintage:9,730,000
Obverse Design:Liberty facing left flanked by stars
Reverse Design:Eagle clasping arrows and olive branch within half wreath
Reverse Designer/Engraver:George T. Morgan
Obverse Designer/Engraver:George T. Morgan