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GOLD COIN REPLICAS MINITURE
8K TO 22K GOLD COIN, WEIGHT:0.5 GRAM, DIAMETER 8MM
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Retail Values of Certified Morgan Dollars can go well into the Thousands of dollars This is what makes the Morgan Dollar one of the most collected Coins available.
We offer this item to give You, The Collector a chance to have this item in Your Collection. It is up to you and the others that view this coin, That will determine the final Value of this item.
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Current Gold Price on January 22, 2011 is $1342.44
Current Silver Price on January 22,2011 is $27.44
Gold of 0.999 Purity
Silver of 0.999 Purity
Type & Weight of Metal
1 Troy Oz of Pure Gold 22K
1 Troy Oz of Pure Silver
Value's of Gold - Silver
History of the Morgan Dollar
The Morgan dollar is a United States dollar coin minted intermittently from 1878 to 1921. It was the first standard silver dollar minted since production of the Seated Liberty dollarceased due to the passage of the Fourth Coinage ActThe coin is named for its designer, George T. Morgan. Morgan's design was based on work previously done by him on earlier pattern coinsThe obverse depicts a profile portrait representing Liberty, while the reverse depicts an eagle with wings outstretched. Both Morgan and then Chief Engraver William Barbersubmitted designs for the dollar; Mint Director Dr. Henry Richard Lindermanrecommended those of Morgan. The dollar was authorized by the Bland-Allison Act. Following the passage of the Fourth Coinage Act, which ended the free coinage of silver and the mintage of silver dollars, mining interests lobbied to restore the free coinage. Instead, when the BlandâAllison Act was passed, the Treasury was required to purchase between two and four million dollars worth of silver to be coined into dollars each month. Later, in 1890, the BlandâAllison act was repealed. The new provision, under the Sherman Silver Purchase Act, required the Treasury to purchase 4,500,000 ounces of silver each month, but only required silver dollar production for one year. This act, in turn, was repealed in 1893. In 1898, an act was approved that required all remaining bullion purchased under the Sherman act be coined into silver dollars. In 1904, silver reserves were depleted. The Pittman Act, passed in 1918, authorized the melting and recoining of millions of silver dollars. Under the act, Morgan dollars resumed mintage for one year, 1921. The design was replaced by the Peace dollarin the same year.
This auction is for a 1878 Morgan Dollar M.G.C.THIS NOT A ONE OUNCE GOLD COIN Please look to the Pictures for a Comparison
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The Bulk of Our Estate items are in the form of Silver, Non-Silver Coinage, and Currency dated from The 1800's to Present Including: Mogan, Peace, and Eisenhower Silver dollars Liberty Walking, Franklin, and Kenntedy Half dollars Standing liberty and Washington Quarter dollars Liberty head, Mercury and Rosevelt dimes * * * Our Non Silver Coinage Includes: Indian head / Buffalo and Jefferson Nickels Indian head, Lincoln Wheat and Memorial cents * * * There is also a Large selection of currency from $1 to $100 dollar notes Silver Certificates Federal Reserve Notes
The entire collection These item's came from was found after the estate owner passed away the Relatives found these items during a remodling to the home. the entire collection was found in a large safe the size of a small room and is currently stored in a similar Dry Temperature Controled location.
We also offer Certified coins and other hard to find Collectables in the form of Actual State issued Gold and Silver Coins & M.G.C. Coins These Coins include: Saint Gaudens, Krugerrand's, Walking liberty, Standing Liberty, Buffalo Gold Coins, Morgan Dollar, Maximillian Gold Coins and several other types of State or Goverment Minted Gold and Silver coins. If you have any questions Please E-Mail them to:
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A certified coin is a graded item by a source such as PCGS or ANA These are grading companies for actual state, goverment, or Historic coins.We will try to find the item's that you have been looking for Then post it on the site for you to determine the final value. We try to give you all the information you need to see what this item is worth. We post the melt price and other prices available for you to Judge for yourself what would be an average Value of this coin.The Collector Value's are always more expensive, Especially if it is the one coin that you don't have. We also post a little history on what and where each coin came from. Our Goal is to describe the coin as well as possible. We offer this item to give you the collector achance to have it in your collection. It is up to you and the others that view this coin this will determine the final Value of this item.
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