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Currently, these Morgan silver dollars are the second-largest U.S. coins minted for circulation in terms of physical size with a thickness of .079 inches (2mm) and a diameter of 1.043 inches (26.5 mm).
We love collecting coins, and we know there are so many truly Americans who are very passionate about collecting coins, especially the Morgan silver dollar coin.
We have been collecting them for years and trying to share this passion with so many people around the United States.
We have Morgan Silver Dollars in all the years from, 1878 to 1904 and the year 1921. If you have a memory with one of these years and you really love coins, you must get one of these masterpieces.
The list below is of all mint marks used on the dollar coin:
- C: Charlotte, North Carolina (gold coins only; 1838–1861).
- CC: Carson City, Nevada (1870–1893).
- D: Dahlonega, Georgia (gold coins only; 1838–1861).
- D: Denver, Colorado (1906 to date).
- O: New Orleans, Louisiana (1838–1861; 1879–1909).
- P: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (produced from 1793 to date, mintmark introduced in 1979).
- S: San Francisco, California (1854 to date).
- W: West Point, New York (1984 to date).
Morgan Dollar Value :
1.00 U.S. dollar
8.100 (2000–) g (0.260 troy oz)
26.5 mm (1.043 in)
2.00 mm (0.079 in)
Plain with incised inscriptions
Copper with manganese brass clad (copper 88.5%, zinc 6%, manganese 3.5%, nickel 2%)
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How long does it take to be shipped to the USA?
The shipping varies between 6 to 12 days. This shipping time includes the making of the ring, the very detailed crafting, the processing time, and the delivery time to your address.
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