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Hope for the Renewed Morgan and Peace Dollars

Hopeful article in Coin World about a renewed effort to get us Morgan and Peace Dollars again.  Please read if you have an interest as it involves a Congressional Bill that might need our help.  One of the leaders in this effort is Tom Uram, He is the President of PAN, the Chairman of the CCAC, and an all around great guy.
https://coinweek.com/modern-coins/a-coin-analyst-exclusive-morgan-and-peace-silver-dollars-proposed-as-ongoing-program/

1 year ago

An encouraging article. I thought the commemorative aspect of the coin was dead in the water, but there's always hope.

1 year ago

Looks like they are angling them to be another bullion coin offering.  Canada and Australia, to name a few, have several different Silver Bullion coins so this does not seem out of the ordinary to my mind.

1 year ago

I don't like the part that says "rendition". It will be a piece of junk..Stick to the original bill.

1 year ago

Well I don't like it. That guy his name Carr making them why not buy his.it's the same silver. Only be gets rich. While your pockets are empty. Now.if the mint makes it it's the same thing. Bullion. So either one will get your dollar. What prices will these go for the same as the price in the red book. Will it to go on for years of one? I like the V nickels we can bring those coin back. Or the Franklin. never got his full run. These coins did they stopped and went again. Now.You want it back again. Just make up your minds up I'm not buying them anywhey.


1 year ago

That's the wonderful thing about this hobby, if you like Carr, you buy Carr, if you don't like Carr, you don't.  Same with this proposal, like it or dislike it, you vote with your wallet.

1 year ago

Personally, I like and have a Carr coin. Even wrote a blog about it. I like the original bill. I would buy a Peace Dollar. I just don't trust the newest bill. Must be me..

1 year ago

When I heard of the 100th anniversary last summer it was great news. Still is. As for a "rendition" if it continues beyond 2021 absolutely. The United States Mint has some outstanding artists, sculptors and engravers more than capable of putting talent to metal. Also mentioned is a talk of a limited cc issue. I wonder what number they have in mind? Because either way these will sell out very, very quickly. What would not surprise me in the least, on the 2021, are a .999 gold version like the three struck in 2016. Although no legislation pending, it may happen like the surprise fast track of the 2019 reverse proof ASE release. Looks to be an exciting year for sure leading up to 2021.

1 year ago
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