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01 Jun 2021

the morgan dollar

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production of the liberty seated dollar for circulation has ended in 1873 The denomination was elimination by general revision of the nations coinage laws that year. gold dollars were minted in the meantime The act of february 18, 1878 known as the bland allison act, resumed coinage of the silver dollar. fresh new designs were created for the occasion . the new morgan dollar will be strucked every year from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921 the coins production benenfited western silver interest by creating a fake federal demand for the metal the market value of silver has dropped sharply by 1878 and the mining felt the pinch. this blog is a short summary of the morgan dollar

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thatcoinguy

Level 4

Short and straight to the point. Great blog.

Long Beard

Level 5

The Morgan dollar is the second most popular coin series behind the Lincoln cent.

Mike

Level 7

They get better as you go along a little more research!!

Mal_ANA_YN

Level 4

This blog had more substance. Photos would add to the content. Some book references would be nice too.

user_46126

Level 3

sorry to say i just copied it off the blue book LOL

Mike

Level 7

I did thank you very much!

user_46126

Level 3

hey mike hows my blog

Kepi

Level 6

Morgan Dollars are wonderful coins! Thanks for the information!

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Thank you for sharing this blog with us

slybluenote

Level 5

I do have a couple of Morgans that my grandmother left me. I haven't collected them but I do like the design, although they're a little "rich for my blood" right now. I did enjoy reading your post. Keep up the good work!

Golfer

Level 5

Morgan dollars are awesome coins and a great way to own a little silver. You need money to make money in silver investments. A few ounces of silver is a start.

user_46126

Level 3

tip: buy silver when it reaches its lowest point then sell it when its worth more money

user_46126

Level 3

i hope you enjoyed reading my blog

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