Make your day by adding our 3 Centuries of Silver Dollars to your coin collection. You receive a set including a coin usable as U.S. legal tender from the 19th, 20th and 21st centuries with random mint marks. Each comes encapsulated in a clear acrylic holder to help preserve its beauty and gem Brilliant Uncirculated Condition. And all are tucked neatly into niches inside a custom dark blue, velvet-lined display box.
You receive a pre-1900 Morgan Silver Dollar that features a profile of Lady Liberty on the face, an eagle with arrows and an olive branch in his talons. Named for their designer George T. Morgan, they were only minted from 1878-1904 and again in 1921. Many of the older coins are especially rare since they were melted down in 1918 by decree of the Pittman Act.
We're including a 1922 Peace Silver Dollar whose images include designer Anthony DeFrancisci's updated Lady Liberty on the front and eagle with only olive branches on back. These were minted from 1921-1935, commemorating the peace that came with the conclusion of World War I
You also receive a 2004 Silver Eagle Dollar coin featuring Adolph Weinman's walking Liberty on the face and a heraldic eagle with symbolism representing the original 13 colonies on back. The U.S. Mint first introduced this coin in 1986 as a way for Americans to add bullion to their investment portfolios and collections.