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1885-O Morgan Silver Dollar BU

1885-O Morgan Silver Dollar BU
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The Morgan Silver Dollar was first struck at the U.S. Mint between 1878 to 1904 and one final time in 1921. The coin was the first standard silver coin struck under the Coinage Act of 1973 and is a classic piece of early American coinage, as it features the highly regarded designs created by George T. Morgan. This Morgan Dollar was struck in 1885 at the New Orleans Mint and bears the traditional "O" Mint mark set below the design on the reverse.

Featuring two classic U.S. designs

The obverse bears a classic portrait of Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap inscribed with the word "LIBERTY." Encircling this design is the American motto "E PLURIBUS UNUM," the date of release and thirteen stars for the original thirteen colonies.

Designed by George T. Morgan the reverse features a heraldic eagle clasping an olive branch and bundle of arrows. Placed below the design is the traditional "O" Mint mark from the New Orleans Mint.

Certified as Brilliantly Uncirculated (BU)

This Morgan Silver Dollar has the designation of Brilliantly Uncirculated (BU), this means that the coin has avoided the severe wear and tear typical of coins in circulation.

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Year of Issue:1885
Mint:U.S. Mint
Mint Mark:O
Branch:New Orleans
Grading Service:Uncertified
Grade:BU
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:9,185,000
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