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Shop our selection US Silver Dollars at competitive market prices, including various grade Pre-21 and 1921 Morgan dollars and Peace silver dollars. Fast shipping and processing guaranteed.

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Pre-1921 Morgan Dollars | VG-VF Grades
 

Pre-1921 Morgan Dollars | VG-VF Grades

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100 – 499$29.50
500 – 999$29.30
1000 +$29.25

Pre-1921 Morgan Dollars | XF+ Grade
 

Pre-1921 Morgan Dollars | XF+ Grade

Quantity
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100 – 499$30.75
500 – 999$30.55
1000 +$30.50

Pre-1921 Morgan Dollars | AU Grade
 

Pre-1921 Morgan Dollars | AU Grade

Quantity
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100 – 499$40.00
500 – 999$39.75
1000 +$39.50

1921 Morgan Dollars
 

1921 Morgan Dollars

Quantity
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100 – 499$28.00
500 – 999$27.80
1000 +$27.75

Peace Dollars
 

Peace Dollars

Quantity
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100 – 249$24.50
250 – 999$24.30
1000 +$24.25

Morgan & Peace Dollars | Cull Grade
 

Morgan & Peace Dollars | Cull Grade

Quantity
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100 – 499$22.25
500 – 999$22.05
1000 +$22.00

   

Morgan Silver Dollars and Peace Silver Dollars

Diversify your silver collection with one of our many choices of Morgan silver dollars and Peace silver dollars. Silver dollars are an excellent investment due to their economical cost and versatility. Investors and collectors also enjoy the historical element of these favored coins as well as their aesthetic appeal. These old silver dollars are an important part of American history and are diminishing in supply as years go on. Now is the time to purchase these highly collected American treasures of the past before it is too late.

The Morgan Silver Dollar was first minted in 1878 by the United States Mint. The coin derives its name from its designer, George T. Morgan, an English engraver who came to America to work under the direction of William Barber at the US Mint. The very first Morgan dollar to be created was minted at the Philadelphia Mint. Later in 1878, production expanded to the western mints at San Francisco and Carson City, and eventually to New Orleans in 1879.

Production for the Morgan Silver Dollar ceased in 1904 when the Treasury’s silver reserves were depleted. In 1921, the United States resumed minting the Morgan dollar for one year, after legislation allowed the melting and recoining of silver dollars. The Denver Mint, which was established in 1906, minted Morgan Silver dollars for only this year. The 1921 Morgan Dollar is by far the most abundant in quantity, with over 85 million coins produced that year alone.

The Morgan Silver Dollar is 90% pure silver, with an actual silver weight of .773 troy ounces. The denomination of the coin is $1 and is legal tender in the United States. Its obverse depicts a version of Liberty, the thirteen symbolic stars representing the original colonies, the date, and the famous motto, “E Pluribus Unum.” The coins reverse displays the iconic image of an eagle clasping arrows and an olive branch. The bottom of the coin, just below the wreath, shows the coins mintmark, which has always been an important factor in determining the rarity of these coins.

The Peace Silver Dollar was minted by the US Mint from 1921 to 1928, and then again in 1934 and 1935. The coins design came as a result of strong sentiments pushing the US Mint to memorialize peacetime following World War I.

The Peace dollar was minted at Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco, and was the last dollar coin to be struck in silver for circulation purposes. It is 90% pure silver, with an actual silver weight of .773 troy ounces. Just like the Morgan Dollar, it bears a face value of $1. The obverse of this coin depicts a stunning version of Liberty, with a radiate crown and flowing hair. The reverse shows a perched bald eagle in front a background of glorious rays.

There are several rare dates and type issues for silver dollars. The Morgan and Peace silver dollars are some of the most extensively researched and collected coins in the world. Silver dollars are typically sold in different categories according to date, grade, and mintmark.

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