1879-S Beautiful Morgan Silver Dollar with some toning, PCGS & CAC MS6 - Lovable Collectibles

1879-S Beautiful Morgan Silver Dollar with some toning, PCGS & CAC MS67 CERT-35361341

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1879-S Morgan Silver Dollar MS67 PCGS + CAC CERT-35361341

What you see in the pictures is what you will get. 

Morgan Silver Dollars are a must have for all coin collectors. In 1873, laws pertaining to the Mint of the United States were revised and any holder of silver bullion could no longer have the Mint restrike them as legal tender dollar coins. The gold dollar became the unit coin. Even after silver prices dropped in 1876, the laws were not updated until the Act of February 28, 1878 known as the Bland-Allison Act, which authorized the mint to resume production of silver dollars. The weight (412-1/2 grains) and fineness (0.900) were to conform with the Act of January 18, 1837. 

The dollar, Morgan dollar, was designed by George T. Morgan, a former pupil of William Wyon of the Royal Mint in London. His initial M (for Morgan), is found on the face side: at the truncation of the neck, at the last tress and on the reverse: at the left-hand loop of the ribbon. The coinage was suspended in 1904 when demand became low and the bullion supply exhausted which makes the Morgan one of the most collected coins! 

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This coin is an MS67, approved by PCGS and CAC! 

Sales tax is applicable to all Canadian buyers. 

US & International buyers are responsible for any import duties or fees incurred. 

10% restocking applies for returns from any customer who changes his/her mind.

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