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The U.S. Mint Just Struck Morgan Silver Dollars for the First Time in 100 Years!


I t’s been more than 100 years since the last Morgan Silver Dollar was struck for circulatio­n. With a well-earned reputation as the coin that helped build the Wild West, preferred by cowboys, ranchers, outlaws as the “hard currency” they wanted in their saddle bags, the Morgan is one of the most revered, mostcollec­ted vintage U.S. Silver Dollars ever.

Struck in 90% silver from 1878 to 1904, then again in 1921, these silver dollars came to be known by the name of their designer, George T. Morgan. They were also nicknamed “cartwheels” because of their large weight and size.

Celebratin­g the 100th Anniversar­y with Legal Tender Morgans

Honoring the 100th anniversar­y of the last year the Morgan Silver Dollar was minted, the U.S. Mint struck five different versions in 2021, paying tribute to each of the mints that struck the coin. The coins here honor the historic New Orleans Mint, a U.S. Mint branch from 1838–1861 and again from 1879–1909. These coins, featuring an “O” privy mark, a small differenti­ating mark, were struck in Philadelph­ia since the New Orleans Mint no longer exists. These beautiful coins are different than the originals for two reasons. First, they’re struck in 99.9% fine silver instead of the 90% silver/10% copper of the originals. And second, these Morgans were struck using modern technology, serving to highlight the details of the iconic design even more than the originals.

Very Limited. Sold Out at the Mint!

The U.S. Mint limited the production of these gorgeous coins to just 175,000, a ridiculous­ly low number. Not surprising­ly, they sold out almost instantly! That means you need to hurry to add these bright, shiny, new legal-tender Morgan Silver Dollars with the New Orleans privy mark, struck in 99.9% PURE Silver, to your collection. Call 1-888-395-3219 to secure yours now. PLUS, you’ll receive a BONUS American Collectors Pack, valued at $25 FREE with your order. Call now. These won’t last!

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