MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

From Culls to MS64, Spring Hill Coin Shop has Morgan Silver Dollars. 1878 – 1904 and 1921!

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Morgan Silver Dollars

Inventory

**All Slabbed Items are sold in “Used” condition. Slabs may or may not show signs of wear. Including scratches, scruffs, stickers, etc.

CULL – MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by Spring Hill Coin Shop as being in cull condition and is from years of our choice (1878 – 1904 or 1921, depending on which item is ordered). Coins with a “cull” designation are considered to be in overall poor condition. Which generally would not be of any interest to collectors. Each coin contains 90% silver and has a $1 face value.

1878 – 1904

1921

Cull designation means:

Date and mintmark may or may not be visible.

Rim is worn heavily into the lettering.

Less than 10% of the detail remains.

CULL

  • Minted by the United States Mint between 1878 – 1904 and 1921.
  • Contains .7734 oz. of .900 silver.
  • Obverse: Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 Stars.
  • Reverse: American Bald Eagle clutching a quiver of arrows and an olive branch in its talons. Stamped with: “In God We Trust”, “United States of America”, and “One Dollar”.

BETTER, CULL+ – MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by Spring Hill Coin Shop as being in good condition and is from years of our choice (1878 – 1904 or 1921, depending on which item is ordered). Coins with a “better/cull+” designation are considered to be in overall a better or good condition above a cull.

1878 – 1904

Better, Cull+ designation means:

Date, mintmark and lettering should be readable.

30-40%% of the detail remains.

BETTER, CULL+

  • Minted by the United States Mint between 1878 – 1904 and 1921.
  • Contains .7734 oz. of .900 silver.
  • Obverse: Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 Stars.
  • Reverse: American Bald Eagle clutching a quiver of arrows and an olive branch in its talons. Stamped with: “In God We Trust”, “United States of America”, and “One Dollar”.

CIRCULATED (VG+) – MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by Spring Hill Coin Shop as being in Circulated condition and is from years of our choice (1878 – 1904 or 1921, depending on which item is ordered). Coins with a “circulated” designation are considered to be in good condition, with obvious circulation marks but have mostly avoided the common signs of wear (such as a cull with little to no definition left to the coin).

1878 – 1904

1921

Circulated designation means:

Date, mintmark and lettering should be readable.

65 – 75% of the detail remains.

CIRCULATED

  • Minted by the United States Mint between 1878 – 1904 and 1921.
  • Contains .7734 oz. of .900 silver.
  • Obverse: Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 Stars.
  • Reverse: American Bald Eagle clutching a quiver of arrows and an olive branch in its talons. Stamped with: “In God We Trust”, “United States of America”, and “One Dollar”.

ALMOST UNCIRCULATED (AU/XF) – MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by Spring Hill Coin Shop as being in Almost Uncirculated condition and is from years of our choice (1878 – 1904 or 1921, depending on which item is ordered). Coins with a “(AU) Almost Uncirculated” designation are considered to be in overall great condition to the naked eye but upon close inspection reveals very minor circulation markings.

1878 – 1904

1921

Almost Uncirculated designation means:

Date, mintmark and lettering should be readable.

95-97% of the detail remains.

ALMOST UNCIRCULATED

  • Minted by the United States Mint between 1878 – 1904 and 1921.
  • Contains .7734 oz. of .900 silver.
  • Obverse: Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 Stars.
  • Reverse: American Bald Eagle clutching a quiver of arrows and an olive branch in its talons. Stamped with: “In God We Trust”, “United States of America”, and “One Dollar”.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED – MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by Spring Hill Coin Shop as being in Brilliant Uncirculated condition and is from years of our choice (1878 – 1904 or 1921, depending on which item is ordered). Coins with a “(BU) Brilliant Uncirculated” designation are considered to be in overall great condition to the naked eye but upon close inspection reveals extremely minute to no circulation markings.

1878 – 1904

1921

Brilliant Uncirculated designation means:

Date, mintmark and lettering should be readable.

98 – 100% of the detail remains.

BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED

  • Minted by the United States Mint between 1878 – 1904 and 1921.
  • Contains .7734 oz. of .900 silver.
  • Obverse: Lady Liberty surrounded by 13 Stars.
  • Reverse: American Bald Eagle clutching a quiver of arrows and an olive branch in its talons. Stamped with: “In God We Trust”, “United States of America”, and “One Dollar”.

NGC GRADED MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

(MS) Mint State. Coins struck in the same format as circulation issues. Applies to grades 60 to 68.

 

**All Slabbed Items are sold in “Used” condition. Slabs may or may not show signs of wear. Including scratches, scruffs, stickers, etc.

 

Morgan NGC MS62 DC

NGC 62

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by NGC as being in Mint State condition. Coins with a “NGC MS62” designation are considered to be in overall great condition with “Slightly weak or average strike with no trace of wear. More or larger abrasions than an MS/PF 63.”

Morgan NGC MS63 DC

NGC 63

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by NGC as being in Mint State condition. Coins with a “NGC MS63” designation are considered to be in overall great condition with “Slightly weak or average strike with moderate abrasions and hairlines of varying sizes.”

Morgan NGC MS64 DC

NGC 64

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by NGC as being in Mint State condition. Coins with a “NGC MS64” designation are considered to be in overall great condition with “Average or better strike with several obvious marks or hairlines and other miniscule imperfections.”

PCGS GRADED MORGAN SILVER DOLLARS

Mint State (MS)

The numerical grades MS-60 through MS-70, used to denote a business strike coin that never has been in circulation. A Mint State coin can range from one that is covered with marks (MS-60) to a flawless example (MS-70).

**All Slabbed Items are sold in “Used” condition. Slabs may or may not show signs of wear. Including scratches, scruffs, stickers, etc.

 

Morgan PCGS MS62 DC

PCGS 62

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by PCGS as being in Mint State condition. Coins with a “PCGS MS62” designation are considered to be in overall great condition with “No wear, with average or below average strike. Numerous marks or hairlines.”

Morgan PCGS MS63 DC

PCGS 63

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by PCGS as being in Mint State condition. Coins with a “PCGS MS63” designation are considered to be in overall great condition with “Average or slightly weak strike with moderate marks or hairlines”

Morgan PCGS MS64 DC

PCGS 64

This Morgan Silver Dollar has been assessed by PCGS as being in Mint State condition. Coins with a “PCGS MS63” designation are considered to be in overall great condition with “Average or better strike with scattered marks or hairlines, though non severe.”

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