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1881 S GSA Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar
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Description
While the year 1881 saw substantial production of Morgan Dollars, the majority were minted at other locations, including the prolific Carson City Mint ("CC"). In contrast, the 1881 S was relatively common in terms of mintage, with 12,760,000 coins produced. However, its special significance lies in the fact that it was part of the GSA hoard rediscovery, which unearthed a trove of uncirculated Morgan Dollars, including the 1881 S, and made them available to collectors. This connection to the GSA sales adds a unique dimension to the coin's history and elevates its desirability among collectors and numismatists. Comprising 90% silver and 10% copper, the coin features the iconic Morgan design, with Lady Liberty on the obverse and a majestic eagle on the reverse. The 1881 S GSA Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar is a cherished addition to any numismatic collection, not for its rarity, but for its intriguing story of rediscovery and connection to the GSA hoard.
Material
Silver
Item Weight
0.7734 Troy Ounce
Metal Purity
0.9
Attributes
Certified
Numismatic
Includes
Certificate of Authenticity (COA)
Original Box
Condition
Pure Qualified
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