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1891-O Morgan Silver Dollar Top 100 PCGS XF45 VAM-1A Clashed E

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Why Order This XF45 1891-O VAM-1A Morgan Silver Dollar?

The Morgan silver dollar was quite widely used during its time in circulation. They were first minted from 1878 through 1904 and then again in 1921. This 1891 Morgan dollar was struck at the New Orleans Mint. However, this is not the standard version, it displays die variety VAM-1A. This is a Top 100 variety and more scarce than its standard counterpart.

Classic Designs by Morgan with a Die Clash

The obverse of this coin displays a portrait of Liberty. The date can be seen on this side along with 13 stars and "E PLURIBUS UNUM." This design is the work of George T. Morgan.

The design on the reverse was also created by Morgan. A detailed bald eagle is pictured here with a bundle of arrows and an olive branch. The die clash that is characteristic of the 1891-O VAM-1A variety can be seen below the eagle's tail.

XF45 Certified by PCGS

The Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) was chosen to certify this specimen. Some wear is visible but many original details are still clear. It was given the grade of Extremely Fine 45 (XF45).

Add this PCGS XF45 1891-O VAM-1A Morgan silver dollar to your collection while you have the chance.


Year of Issue:1891
Mint:U.S. Mint
Mint Mark:O
Branch:New Orleans
Grading Service:PCGS
Grade:XF45
Designation:VAM-1A Clashed E
Variety:Top 100
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:7,954,529
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