1878-1904 100-Coin Morgan Silver Dollar BU Mini Monster Box

1878-1904 100-Coin Morgan Silver Dollar BU Mini Monster Box

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Despite their age, these coins are still in beautiful Uncirculated condition and showcase their proud place as a piece of American history. Hold a piece of history in your hand when you add Morgan Dollars to your collection or investment portfolio.

Product Highlights:
  • Each box contains 77.34 oz of fine silver.
  • Housed in an APMEX Mini Monster Box.
  • 5 tubes of 20 coins each.
  • Box dimensions are 9.75" x 2.5" x 3.5".
  • Obverse: Left facing profile of Liberty. Anna Willess Williams, a teacher and philosophical writer, modeled for this design of Lady Liberty by George T. Morgan.
  • Reverse: Features a bald eagle clutching an olive branch in one talon and a bundle of arrows in the other. Surrounding the eagle is "United States of America," "One Dollar" and "In God We Trust."

Protect and display your Morgan Dollar collection in style by adding an attractive album or holder to your order.

BU Morgan Silver Dollars don't exhibit any wear and maintain the majority of their original luster. Add these random year Brilliant-Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollars to your cart today!

Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing and may vary, determined by stock on hand.

Morgan Silver Dollars
The minting of Silver Morgan Dollars was a result of the Bland-Allison Act that reinstated Silver as legal tender in February 1878. Before 1878, production of Silver dollars and other Silver coinage had been halted under the Coinage Act of 1873, and this left gold as the standard economic unit of account. Silver coins had become devalued for multiple reasons, including the discovery of the largest Silver vein in world history. By 1878, Congress decided that U.S. coins should be both Silver and Gold, and therefore, Congress passed the Bland-Allison Act, which required the U.S. Treasury to purchase a fixed amount of silver each month to be minted into Silver coinage.

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