Cull Morgan Dollar - Common Circulated, No Grade, 90% Silver (Dates our Choice)

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Cull Morgan Dollars represent a unique opportunity for investors and collectors to own a piece of American history. These coins, despite their worn condition, carry the rich narrative of the nation's economic past and the evolution of its currency.

The Morgan Dollar, named after its designer George T. Morgan, was first minted in 1878, marking a significant period in U.S. minting history. It served not just as currency but also as a symbol of the country's growth and the complexity of its financial policies.

Coin Highlights

  • Minting Years: 1878-1904, with a one-year issue in 1921. A revival began in 2021 for commemorative coin purposes.

  • Designer: George T. Morgan.

  • Composition: 90% silver and 10% copper, with a silver weight of .77344 Troy ounces.

  • Mint Marks: Philadelphia (P or no mark), New Orleans (O), San Francisco (S), Carson City (CC), and Denver (D).

  • Condition: Cull coins show significant wear from circulation but still hold historical and metal value.

  • Dimensions: The Morgan Silver Dollar has a diameter of 38.1 mm (1.5 in), a thickness of 2.4 mm (0.09 in), and a total weight of 26.73 grams (0.85938946 troy ounce).

  • Investment Appeal: Offered at lower premiums, these cull silver coins are an affordable way to invest in silver and own a piece of history.

Historical Background

The Morgan Dollar was introduced following the Coinage Act of 1873 and became the first silver dollar minted after the act's passage. This period was characterized by intense debate over the use of silver versus gold, culminating in the Bland-Allison Act, which required the U.S. Treasury to purchase a specified amount of silver to be coined into dollars each month.

Morgan Dollars were minted primarily in the Philadelphia Mint, New Orleans Mint, San Francisco Mint, and Carson City Mint, with a brief stint in the Denver Mint. The coin features a 90% silver composition, with the remainder being copper, contributing to its durability and appeal among silver enthusiasts.

Design and Features

The obverse of the Morgan Dollar features a profile of Lady Liberty, modeled after Anna Willess Williams, encircled by stars and the word "Liberty."

The reverse showcases an eagle with outstretched wings, clutching an olive branch and arrows, symbolizing peace and strength.

This design reflects the artistic and cultural sentiments of the late 19th and early 20th centuries, making the Morgan Dollar a fascinating study in numismatic art.

Collectibility and Value

Cull Morgan Dollars are sought after not only for their silver content but also for their historical significance. They offer a more accessible entry point for new collectors or those looking to invest in silver without the higher premiums associated with finer grades. Each coin tells a story of its journey through American commerce and trade, making them a tangible connection to the past.

Cull Morgan Dollars hold a special place in the world of numismatics and precious metal investment. Their rich history, combined with their artistic and material value, makes them a coveted item for collectors and investors alike. Whether as part of a diversified investment portfolio or a personal collection, these coins offer a unique blend of history, art, and value.

Discover the allure and historical significance of the Cull Morgan Dollars

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Product Specifications
Mint Facility: United States Mint
Denomination: $1 US
Date: 1878 - 1904, 1921
Quality / Type: Cull, No Grade
Purity: 90% Silver
Metal Weight: .77344 Ozs per $1 Face
Diameter: 1.5" (38.1mm)
Edge: Reeded
Obverse: Woman crowned with Liberty
Reverse: Eagle with wings spread
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  • Bruce C.
    March 30th, 2024
    Dirty silver coins are better than tin coins.
    I have 40 of these. I soaked them all over night in a small bucket with a 50/50 mix of Krud Kutter and water. Rinsed and dried them with a micro fiber cloth. Beautiful coins.
  • Jim M.
    March 5th, 2024
    High quality, range of dates would have been nice
    Recently ordered five (5) Morgan Culls. All but one in Fine to XF condition, and that one was better than the worst 1921 that I already own. All coins were 1921 (two "S" mint, others from Philadelphia) - a few older coins would have been nice to help fill out my collection, but I am very happy with the ones that were sent! Delivery was very quick (added some stuff to make order total over $199 for the free shipping). Am planning on what I will be buying next!
  • February 8th, 2024
    Morgan Dollars
    Very pleased.The Morgan Dollars I received are very nice quality. A little disappointed they were all 1921.
  • robert s.
    January 18th, 2024
    They are gorgeous
    I am a regular customer and I buy mostly the culle Morgans and the quality is superb. Most are GOOD and many are VG. All date rangees and perfect for collectors like me.
  • Atwood B.
    October 26th, 2023
    Cull Morgans are Great!
    I was really surprised at the grade of these coins. I was expecting nearly flat worn out disks but that was not the case. I bought 8 and they were all in VG to VF grade ranging from 1878 to 1921 with no duplicate dates and P, S and O mints (don't expect to get a CC). The price was well below what I had paid for some other similar grade Morgans at a coin show a few days before. A great way to start acquiring silver and start a collection with decent pieces at the same time. These place holders will always be worth their bullion value and they are a great piece of American history during the Westward expansion. I also get silver rounds through the MMX monthly savings plan, which is a good deal as well. I will get some more Morgans in the near future.