Bulk Morgan Silver Dollars (1878-1904)
1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollar Cull (Random Year)
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1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollar Good (Random Year)
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1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollar AU (Random Year)
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1878-1904 Morgan Silver Dollar BU (Random Year)
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Buy Bulk Morgan Silver Dollars (1878-1904) OnlineMorgan Silver Dollars were minted from 1878 until 1904, and again in 1921. Though a large number of Morgan Dollars were minted, two major pieces of legislation affected how many are left in existence: The Pittman Act of 1918 and the Silver Act of 1942. The Pittman Act authorized the melting of up to 350 million Silver Dollars to loan to Great Britain, and in 1942 more than 53 million Silver Dollars were melted for wartime use. U.S. Mints that produced Morgan Dollars include Philadelphia, New Orleans, San Francisco, Denver, and Carson City. Mint marks for all mints except Philadelphia were placed on the reverse of the coins just beneath the ribbon bow of the wreath.
Morgan Silver Dollar DesignThough Morgan Silver Dollars were among the first coins George T. Morgan designed as assistant engraver at the Philadelphia U.S. Mint, he had already established himself as an artist and engraver in England where he received instruction at the Birmingham Art School and South Kensington Art School and worked for The Royal Mint. When U.S. Mint director H.R. Linderman first met Morgan, he told him he wanted Lady Liberty’s portrait to make a return to American coinage. This meeting led to Morgan’s Silver Dollar design. Before designing these Silver coins, Morgan enrolled in the Academy of Art in Philadelphia to immerse himself in American art and to inspire his reinterpretation of the traditional Greek-looking Lady Liberty into a wholly American-looking version. The Morgan Silver Dollar was the first U.S. coin to depict Lady Liberty with an American look, rather than the traditional Greek style.
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