Morgan &/or Peace Silver Dollars (Worse than Cull)

Morgan &/or Peace Silver Dollars (Worse than Cull)
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Product Specifications

Product ID: 8553
Year: Random
Grade: Worse Than Cull
Grade Service: None
Denomination: $1.00
Mint Mark: Varies
Metal Content: 0.7734 troy oz
Purity: .900
Manufacturer: US Mint
Inner Pack: N/A
Outer Pack: N/A

Product Details

The Morgan and Peace Silver Dollar designs are two of the most well known and beloved designs in American coinage. Each holding a place in history, these U.S. Silver Dollars are both nostalgic and valuable additions for collectors and investors alike.

Coin Highlights:

  • Contains 0.7734 troy oz fine Silver.
  • These Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars are an inexpensive way to acquire Silver due to their condition.
  • Please keep your expectations low as these may be ugly, holed, bent, slick or worse than our Cull Silver Dollars.
  • Quantities of 20 come in square tubes!
  • These coins exhibit considerable wear or may have other condition problems.
Protect and display your Morgan’s in style by adding an attractive Coin tube to your order.

Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand. Add these Silver Morgan and Peace dollars to your order today!

The Morgan Dollar holds a special place in U.S. coinage as it was the first coin to feature Lady Liberty with an American look, rather than the traditional Greek style. Her cap is adorned with wheat and cotton as a tribute to America's agricultural history.

The image of the eagle was also updated for the Morgan Dollar, showing a proportionally correct eagle with beautifully designed feathers. He carries an olive branch, showing America's desire for peace, and is perched atop a bundle of arrows, signifying America's readiness to defend her borders against attack.

The Peace Dollar is highly sought after by collectors, as it experienced one of the briefest minting periods of any U.S. currency and also was the last Silver Dollar to be minted. This popular design was minted from 1921 to 1928, then again in 1934 and 1935, due to changes in legislation.

Anthony di Francisci's Peace Dollar was the result of a contest looking for a new dollar design. His unique rendition of Lady Liberty was based on his wife Teresa de Francisci. Anthony left a window open to let the breeze move Teresa’s hair creating movement in his design. The eagle on the reverse clutches an olive branch in its talons, symbolizing peace and commemorating the peace seen after WWI.

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Customer Reviews
Morgan &/or Peace Silver Dollars (Worse than Cull)
4.4 Overall

(based on 11 reviews)

Reviewed by 11 customers

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Exactly as described

By  Jerry

from Dayton, Ohio


I bought these on a lark, just to have some silver I can actually touch with my bare hands without feeling guilty or spending hours cleaning fingerprints off of shiny BU or proof surfaces. These were exactly as described: Worse than Cull. I bought seven coins ( the last seven they had.) and of that: 5 Peace dollars. 2 Morgan dollars. 3 had holes drilled into them. 2 what I would consider Avg. Circ.. 2 worn almost beyond recognition. 1 that looked like it had been soldered to ...something.. and 1 1922 Peace dollar that I would put at AU, if it weren't for the fact that Lady Peace has a hole drilled through her crown. All in all, I got exactly what I expected, and now I can fidget and fiddle with real silver. Love hearing that distinctive "ching" when they knock against each other (something I would NEVER do with any of the rest of my stack.) Buy 'em just for the silver, and you won't be disappointed. Buy 'em expecting something more and... well, you were warned.


  • Value (low premium over spot)


  • Poor Condition

Get what you pay for

By  DK

from West Lafayette, IN


I picked up one of these "worse than cull" as they were out of stock on the usual "cull" that I purchase. Received an 1878-P Morgan that appeared to have spent some time buried near some iron deposits as there is some rust stains on the coin. Good coin for the price though. Speedy delivery!


  • Collectible (lower mintage)


  • Poor Condition

They are exactly "worse than cull".

By  Bird fan

from Kentucky


When they say "worse than cull", they mean it. Several were fine, but one I got was worn so slick/thin, I'm sure there was silver loss. I would recommend, based on my experience, "Cull" if you're looking for just silver with no worries about condition. All "Cull" I have received were decent coins.


  • Some Are Decent
  • As Advertised
  • Least Expensive Silver


  • Unrecognizable
  • Worn Loss Of Silver

The coins have had adventures

By  John

from Missouri


The brilliant uncirculated coins that most collectors (including me) like to acquire have spent their lives in a safety deposit box, home safe, or shoebox under the bed. In contrast, these coins have had a lot of adventures. They've had holes drilled in them, chisel marks around the rim, lots of wear, etc. I like to look at these coins, 100 years old, give or take, and imagine what they've been through to get into the shape they are now. I will be buying more of these

They were as described

By  Drew

from Appleton, Wisconsin


I ordered five and got three 1921 Morgans and a 1923 and 1922 Peace dollar. They all had a hole in the top ranging from about a eight inch to a quarter inch, with out the holes most would be VG to VF. These are really great to show friends because I don't mind if they get handled or if they are not held by the edge.


  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Recognized Brand

good 90% coins

By  jr

from eufaula,okla.


good coins .for larger 90% silver collecting


  • Good 90 Coins


  • Great Silver Invstment


from KS


Quite the mix of coins, holes, worn, etc. I kind of enjoyed taking a chance on some rough coins. I will buy again!


from TX


These are not pretty coins. But when you feel the weight of the silver in your hands you will understand. HISTORY in the palm of your hand. I got one with a bullet hole


from IN


My coins arrived and represented the coins in the picture. I have a few pristine dollars but I like the ones showing their age. All had holes, some were worn but overall much better than expected. I'm giving the listing a 5 - the coins received are as pictured and described in the listing.


from FL


As the previous reviewer said. Purchased one "test" coin and received a peace dollar. It is almost indistinguishable from a blank coin. This coin must have spent a decade rubbing against beach sand. A decent amount of weight lost. You get what you pay for!

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