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Product Information
If collecting rare coins is your hobby, then make a value addition to your collection with the 1883 Morgan Dollar. Made up of 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper, this Morgan Dollar is 38.1 mm in diameter while weighing 26.73 grams. Tracing its roots back to the Mint Act of 1873 and the Bland-Allison Act of 1878, this silver dollar has deep historical significance. Designed by George T. Morgan, the 1883 Morgan Dollar is a part of the Morgan Dollar series which was minted without interruption from 1878-1904, and again in 1921. Interestingly, as a representation of liberty, this silver dollar depicts an American woman; presumably a schoolteacher from Philadelphia named Miss Anna W. Williams, instead of the usual Greek–style figure. So, what are you waiting for, add this Morgan Dollar to your enviable treasured collection!

Properties
GeoUnited States
Sub GeoNot Available
Coinage TypeCirculation Coinage
DenominationDollar
Year1883
CompositionSilver
Catalog NumberKM# 110

Coin NameMorgan Dollar
Mint NameU.S. Mint
Obverse DescriptionLaureate head left, date below flanked by stars
Reverse DescriptionEagle within 1/2 wreath
Obverse LegendE.PLURIBUS.UNUM
Reverse LegendUNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Diameter (mm.)38.1
Fineness0.9
Weight (g.)26.73
Actual Weight (oz.)0.773

Additional Information

Valuations provided are in US dollars only for uncertified coins. A dash "-" indicates a valuation does not exist for the grade or the coin does not exist within the specified condition.


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Average review score based on 60 user reviews

93%

of customers recommend this product

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Created: 07/02/13

Nice good coin, not a high $ year and mint but great eye appeal ms-63+ at l

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

Nice 1883 Morgan, I would say a ms-63? Just needed an upgrade and this one did it. I've been collecting and also dealing with coins (mostly Morgans) for a lot of years. Also I have bought many Morgans on Ebay, slabbed and raw. A little word for those who may be just starting to mess around with Morgan dollars. Get your "ducks in a row" sort of speak or get yourself a little knowledge under your belt before getting to deep into it. A few examples are. A lot of sellers don't have a clue about grading or even what they are actually dealing with so on a rather high dollar coin we could be looking at hundreds or thousands of $$$$$ in a price difference in just one grade. Prime example check the price jump between ms-64 compared to a ms-65 on many Morgans. This can be even worse, buy a high dollar coin just to find out it has been "cleaned", that $1000. coin just got about worthless to true Morgan collector and keep in mind it is the serious collectors that keep the prices up. If I come across a coin that I want that fits my set i'll pay top dollar. What I'm getting at is do your homework, there are a lot of Morgans in the series and all the years and mints have unique things about them and those little features can mean major value differences. Now here is another kink in the road, fake coins do exist. I love Morgan's and it's a great hobby to deal with so get knowledge as you have fun, it's very interesting. Just a little note, there are a few good books that cover Morgans in detail each year and mint and some that cover VAM's.

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Created: 04/04/12

Silver dollars are very collectible works of art made with 90% pure silver

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

Ah, the Morgan dollar, one of America's most loved and recognized coins. A great design and silver content of .77 oz in each coin makes them high in demand. True collector's search for choice uncirculated specimens and no honest numismatist will tell you they have never dreamed of owning a complete date and mint mark set. While 1883 saw high mintage numbers from the Philadelphia and New Orleans mints, lower mintages at the San Francisco and Carson City mints still puts those 2 Morgans on the "must have" list.

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Created: 12/19/12

Morgan Carson City coins are great.

Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.

Morgan silver dollars, especially the Carson City, look great and are a great investment. Made of 90% silver the morgan silver dollars are one of the better investment coins
Because they are not still making them and only a certian amount are available.

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Created: 09/08/12

PQ STUNNER...HIGH GRADE STUNNER.....BEWARE OF WHAT YOU BUY

No, I would not recommend this product.

THE TERM "PQ STUNNER" AND "HIGH GRADE STUNNER" ARE OVER USED AND OVER RATED WHEN USED TO DESCRIBE COIN GRADE OR QUALITY. FOR THAT MATTER ANY TIME THE WORD "STUNNER" IS USED MY EXPERIENCE HAS BEEN EXTREME CAUTION AS TO ACTUAL QUALITY. A COIN I RECENTLY BOUGHT DESCRIBE AS SUCH WAS MORE LIKE "XF" AND INCORRECTLY CLEANED TO BOOT. PQ OR PREMIUM QUALITY IS DEFINED BY PCGS AS "BEST OF A PARTICULAR GRADE", DOES "MS" COME TO MIND. IF IT DOES YOU ARE WRONG. IT ACTUALLY MEANS THE COIN IN QUESTION IS THE "BEST EXAMPLE" OF THE GRADE IN WHICH IT BELONGS, BE IT "AU", "MS", OR EVEN "VG". NOT PLACING A GRADE IN THE DESCRIPTION, THE TERM "PQ STUNNER" IS AS VAGUE AS LOOKING FOR A NEEDLE IN A DENSE FOG WITH A FLASHLIGHT. SO IF YOUR EXPECTING AN "MS" UNCIRCULATED GEM, AS I WAS, BEWARE. AS FOR THE PICTURE, THAT'S A WHOLE OTHER STORY WORTH A THOUSAND WORDS.

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Created: 07/11/12

It's a coin.You can only compare it to other coins not other products!!!!

No, I would not recommend this product.

It's a 1883 Morgan Silver Dollar!!!!The only thing you use it for is in collecting Morgan Silver Dollars!!!! It's a coin,you can't compare it to other products,only coins!!!!

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