Pre-1921 PCGS MS-66 Morgan Silver Dollar – Random Year


Metal Type Silver
IRA Approved No
Mint Capsule Included No
Metal Content 0.7734 Troy Oz
Year Various
Purity 0.900
Diameter 38 mm
Mint/ Manufacturer US Mint
Country of Manufacture United States
Tube/Sheet Quantity N/A
Mint Box Quantity N/A
Grade MS-66
Grade Service PCGS


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Morgan Silver Dollars show an amazing portion of America’s past with these coins being in MS-66 condition. Minted in a span of years from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921, these coins add historical value to collections and investors use these as a great addition for their portfolios. /p>

These beautiful coins were struck by the U.S. Mint in San Francisco, Philadelphia, New Orleans, Carson City, and Denver and are listed as Mint State 66 grade. The name of the coin originates from George T. Morgan who was the designer and one of the United States Mint Assistant Engravers. These nearly immaculate coins, are graded by the Professional Coin Grading Service, or PCGS, and show the beautiful condition of these century-old coins. PCGS assures that the coin’s condition and reliability are genuine for any investor.

On the obverse of these Morgan Dollars, the breathtaking head which was modeled after Anna Willess Williams, who was a friend of Mr. Morgan, was nicknamed “Miss Liberty”. A circle of stars encapsulates the bust and the phrase “E Pluribus Unum” and the date are also listed on this side of the coin.

The reverse of the coin depicts the words “United States of America” and “One Dollar” in a circle around the national bird of America, the bald eagle. This focal point of the coin gives a sense of American pride as the bird is shown as majestic while holding arrows and an olive branch in its talons. The words “In God We Trust” is shown above its head as well.

Morgan Silver Dollar Coins have an MS-66 grade which is guaranteed by the PCGS and make a very valuable addition to any collection. The history of silver dollars makes them something to be desired by any investor with an interest in silver or American history.