1892-S $1 Morgan Silver Dollar - PCGS AU50 CAC - Rare in Higher Grades
This coin is graded by PCGS. You will receive the pictured coin. You are Buying an 1892-S Morgan Silver Dollar graded AU50 by PCGS and CAC Approved. The 1892-S Morgan dollar is an important key date that becomes particularly scarce and nearly unobtainable in Mint State. In fact, the 1892-S is the second scarcest Morgan dollar in Mint State, trailing only the famous 1893-S key date. This AU-50 example is lightly toned and highly lustrous for the grade. Minor highpoint wear, some wispy hairlines, and a few scattered abrasions are noted on each side. The 1892-S is uncollectible for many enthusiasts in Mint State, but high-end AU pieces such as the present are somewhat accessible. A very nice original looking coin.
This coin is certified by PCGS, AU50 CAC
Nice Original Coin
Known as a Morgan Dollar
Obverse: Liberty Facing Left wearing a Liberty Cap and a Crown of Trade Goods. Around Rim: E Pluribus Unum and 13 Stars.
Reverse: Forward facing Eagle holding Arrows and Olive Branch. Around rim United States of America. Motto: In God We Trust. Laureate Crown around Eagle.
Morgan Dollars (1878-1921) - After 1873, there was a short hiatus from U.S. dollar production. But in 1878, the Mint began to again strike silver dollars under the orders of the Bland-Allison Act. Created by Charles Morgan, the new dollar design was produced until 1904 and then again for one year in 1921. The Morgan dollar features a portrait of Lady Liberty on the obverse with a crown adorned with wheat, and cotton. The reverse offers an eagle with wings spread clutching a crop of arrows and an olive branch clutched in its talons. The coins were struck in 90% silver and are 0.7734 of a troy ounce. They are popular today with silver buff and collectors alike. In fact, they are perhaps the most collected series in all of U.S. numismatics.