The Morgan Silver Dollar Design
The Morgan Silver Dollar is one of the most recognized and collected coins to ever be produced by the United States Mint. The original design was engraved by Assistant Engraver to the United States Mint, Mr. George T. Morgan in late 1877, and for whom the coin would eventually derive its name. Mr. Morgan designed the obverse of the coin using a lovely profile portrait of Lady Liberty as she faces left. Upon the crown of her head is a Greek stylized cap inscribed with the word ‘LIBERTY’ into the headband, and accent leaves protruding from directly behind the band. The skilled craftsmen at the Highland Mint have captured the absolute essence of the legendary classic Morgan Dollar coin and have transformed its likeness into a large 5 Troy oz. silver art bar made from .999 pure fine silver. The top half of the bar will carry the enlarged image of the Morgan Dollar design with a large ‘5’, ‘FIVE TROY OUNCES’, ‘FINE SILVER’, and ‘999+’ embossed into the bottom half of the front side. Located at the very bottom of the front of the bar is the proud notation of its american production with the stamp ‘MADE IN USA’.
Why Purchase the Morgan Dollar Design 5 Troy oz. .999 Fine Silver Art Bar from the Highland Mint?
The 5 oz. .999 fine silver bar sporting the iconic Morgan Silver Dollar Design and manufactured at the Highland Mint represents another fine offering from ModernCoinMart of high quality modern silver. With a slightly larger format in the form of a 5 Troy oz. bar you can be assured that this product will be an easy method to acquire silver and grow your stack, collection, or portfolio. The price point for the Morgan Dollar designed 5 oz .999 fine silver bar is very advantageous to the individual looking to grow their holdings in an economical manner. For further savings be sure to explore MCM’s various payment methods paired with ordering this item in bulk quantity to realize maximum savings.
|Display Weight:||5 oz|
|Weight in Grams:||155.5162 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||5 oz|
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