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These superior, high-end Pre-1921 MS66 Morgan Silver Dollar gems have it all; dazzling eye-appeal, blazing original mint luster, and beautiful pristine surfaces that exhibit a rich, brilliant shine. The devices are crisp and well struck with lots of wonderful detail throughout. Exquisite to behold and illuminated with a lustrous glow, the devices are magnificently detailed. These are very impressive gem graded coins that are sure to please even the most discerning investor. A favorite among investors and collectors, coins from this series have historically appreciated due to very strong investor demand, attractiveness to collectors, their significant role in U.S. history, and brilliant precious metal content. Morgan dollar designer George T. Morgan placed an M on both sides of the coin to lay his claim, the first time a designer had done this in U.S. coinage history! The 'M' appears near Lady Liberty's neck on the obverse (front) and on the ribbon's left loop on the reverse (back) side. Morgan's obverse features a stunning portrait of Lady Liberty. The reverse depicts a somewhat lean eagle which led some to nickname the coin the “buzzard dollar.” Morgan Silver Dollars underwent numerous design changes during the 43 year production span. Both the arrow feathers and the eagle's tail feathers on the reverse especially received many subtle yet definitive revisions and as such, spawned an incredible number of Morgan Dollar varieties (VAM types) making these brilliant cartwheels an avid collector's dream! These Morgan Silver Dollars are dated Pre-1921 with a Mint State Grade of MS66 from either PCGS or NGC from the various U.S. Mints. Mint State Gold will notify you if we have other dates available to send you. We feel confident that you will be very pleased with our selections.
These gorgeous MS67 Morgan Silver Dollar gems are truly magnificent to behold! Illuminated with an icy-white, lustrous glow, the devices are razor sharp and magnificently detailed. The surfaces are flawless, with an incredible, satiny-smooth glow. With such immense eye-appeal, blast white original mint luster, and incandescent surfaces, these are extremely impressive gem graded Morgans that will sit at the pinnacle of any high end Morgan Dollar collection. Morgan’s obverse (front side) features a stunning portrait of Lady Liberty. The reverse (back) depicts a somewhat lean eagle which led some to nickname the coin the “buzzard dollar.” Morgan dollar designer George T. Morgan placed an M on both sides of the coin to lay his claim; the ‘M’ appears near Lady Liberty’s neck on the obverse and on the ribbon's left loop on the reverse. This was the first time a designer had done this on a coin in U.S. coinage history. Morgan Silver Dollars underwent numerous design changes during the 43 year production span. Both the arrow feathers and the eagle’s tail feathers on the reverse especially received many subtle yet definitive revisions and as such, spawned an incredible number of Morgan Dollar varieties (VAM types) making these brilliant cartwheels an avid collector’s dream. These Morgan Silver Dollars are Preferred Dates with a Mint State Grade of MS67 from either PCGS or NGC. Preferred Dates for the Morgan Dollars range from 1879 – 1882, from the San Francisco mint. Mint State Gold selects the dates you receive and feels confident that you will be very pleased with the selections.
This original roll of Peace Silver Dollars contains 20 coins in uncirculated condition. Each of these mint condition coins is fully struck and with a dazzling, lustrous shine. Ungraded, in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, these Peace Dollars look almost as lustrous and shiny as the day they first rolled off the press over 90 years ago. Each of these Silver Dollar coins is a rarity, in uncirculated condition, with the potential to grade as high as Mint State 60 to 63. To obtain designs for the coin, the federal Commission of Fine Arts arranged a competition involving a small group of the nation's finest medalists. The winner was a young Italian immigrant named Anthony de Francisci, whose finely chiseled portrait of Liberty was modeled after his young wife Teresa. The reverse of the coin shows an eagle in repose atop a crag, peering toward the sun through a series of rays, with the word PEACE superimposed on the rock. No other U. S. coin produced for circulation has ever borne that motto. These Peace Dollars are in BU (Brilliant Uncirculated) condition, meaning they were never circulated in society and thus show no signs of wear like circulated coins. They have a sharp strike, bold devices, and smooth fields. Generally retaining their full original mint luster and exhibiting minimal bag marks or abrasions, these beautiful pieces of historical U.S. coinage have excellent eye-appeal and make a fine addition to rare coin collections or precious metal investment portfolios. Trading for only small premiums over their precious metal melt value, BU coins are perfect for investors and collectors wanting to add fine rare coins to their holdings while avoiding the higher cost of Choice graded examples. It is VERY HARD to find original rolls like the ones featured here! Although millions of Peace Dollars were minted, only a small percentage remains today! All 20 of these Peace Dollars are original, with no cleaned or slider coins. Better condition rolls like these are often broken up by dealers who sell them as individual coins. Each of these silver coins is a rarity, in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. These rolls of Peace Silver Dollars are Popular Dates in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. Popular Dates for these Peace Dollar BU rolls range from 1922-1923 from the Philadelphia mint. Mint State Gold selects the dates you receive and feels confident that you will be very pleased with the selections.