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1891-S Morgan Dollar MS-60 (Redfield Hoard)

1891-S Morgan Dollar MS-60 (Redfield Hoard)

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This 1891-S Morgan Silver Dollar has been graded by the Paramount International Coin Corp. as being in MS-60 condition along with being a part of the Famous Redfield Hoard.


Coin Highlights:
  • Contains .7734 oz of Silver.
  • From the Redfield Hoard.
  • Obverse: Shows Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap with the word "Liberty" on her hair band, bordered by "E Pluribus Unum," the date of issue and thirteen small stars representing the original colonies.
  • Reverse: Features a bald eagle clutching an olive branch and a bundle of arrows, surrounded by "United States of America," "One Dollar," and "In God We Trust."

This piece of American history will instantly add value to any collection. Add this certified 1891-S Redfield Hoard Morgan Silver Dollar to your cart today!

The LaVere Redfield hoard of 400,000 coins, mostly mint condition, was found sealed behind a false wall in his basement. The bachelor Redfield had lived near Reno for more than 70 years and hoarded these coins. After his death, the county court disposed of the hoard at an auction in 1976 for more than $7 million. The successful bidder split the hoard among several dealers. These pieces, later encased in small, red plastic holders, are known simply as "Redfield Dollars."

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