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16 Jan 2021

My only Morgan Dollar

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This is my only Morgan Dollar. It's a 1901-0. Though this coin isn't in perfect condition, I just find it sooo cool. It is a heavy coin compared to most, and it just has a pretty design. I got it through the YN Dollar Program. There is not much for me to say about it, but I just wanted to share it, especially because it is one of my favorite coins. I hope you enjoy!

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the coin guy

Level 4

the coin that got me started with collecting was an 1880 morgan

walking liberty

Level 4

that is sooo cool!

TheNumisMaster

Level 5

Circulated coins tell a more specific story too!

Grogu

Level 3

I love the Morgan Dollars. I was mad when I got to the shop where I buy my coins, the guy tells me that just a few hours earlier, he sold 15 Morgan's sequential to another guy. I was so mad. this Morgan is beautiful.

Kepi

Level 6

This Morgan looks good to me! Just think of the places this coin has been... if it could only talk! ; ) haha

I. R. Bama

Level 5

Actually that coin looks at least like a 50 or better. Ask a coin shop to grade it

Makeco

Level 3

Very Nice!

Mike

Level 7

Nice morgan. You can learn about it by looking it up. The Red Hook will tell you about all our coins. This sounds different because it was changed!!

That morgan is in decent shape. A lot of the common Morgans are nearly worn dateless.

Mokie

Level 6

The Morgan is a genuine throwback to our wild and woolly western heritage. Maybe you can pursue a type set of Morgan Mintmarks in the future.

TheNumisMaster

Level 5

Very nice! I love the Morgan design!

Mike

Level 7

The beauty of this hobby is we collect what we want. It doesn't have to be perfect . It's what you like that's what counts

Mike

Level 7

Some of the ones that were in circulation look better than some MS strikes!!

Prodigy Coins

Level 4

Cool! I got a 36-S Peace dollar for the dollar project.

Longstrider

Level 6

I think you may have hit the incorrect key while typing. Best check that coin again because there was no 1936-S Peace Dollar. The last mintages were 1935. OR you are rich!

CentSearcher

Level 5

Very cool! My only morgan is an 1888 O, maybe in VF condition.

Longstrider

Level 6

I'm a Peace Dollar guy but I do appreciate the Morgan as well. Truly a coin of our Old West. I find the "O" coins tone the best which is something I look for. "Not much to say about it"? You need to look around. There are tons of books on these ladies. This is a good beginning blog. How about one with more on the coin? I think you may have more than you think. Thanks.

I. R. Bama

Level 5

I love them. Well, now is the time to start writing about those coins you show us and , AHEM, learn about the art, history, economics and metallurgy of the coins you post about. Learn to do your research. Step up your game.

Golfer

Level 5

That is awesome. Save your first Morgan dollar ! You should acquire many more over the years if you want to ! I have always liked Morgans in any condition. Just a nice big silver coin that is attractive and worth something in silver. Sometimes the coins that are not rare, not perfect are our favorite coins because they represent something personal. A gift from a grandparent, a found coin, or just our first coin we bought at our first coin show. Thanks for sharing your first Morgan dollar with us !!

Stumpy

Level 5

Morgan's are just one beautiful example of 19th Century coinage. You will always treasure your first Morgan. Nice!

CoinHunter

Level 5

Nice coin, I have yet to get a Morgan, or a peace, but I do have a silver eagle, you got that in the dollar program? I just got a 2000 silver eagle.

Prodigy Coins

Level 4

I think that it used to be silver eagles then they changed it to morgan or peace dollars.

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