1894 S AUTHENTIC MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR

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Up for auction, we have a 1894 S AUTHENTIC MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR This coin is Guaranteed to be Authentic! THE COIN PICTURED IS THE ACTUAL COIN YOU WILL RECEIVE! 1894-S The 1894-S Morgan dollar has the typically bold strike usually synonymous with the San Francisco mint. The original mintage was well over one million, but heavy melting eliminated over 80% of the issue. A large majority of the pieces not melted were widely circulated, leaving relatively few to survive n mint condition. Dealers estimate that no more than 15,000 pieces exist in Mint State, representing about 7% of the coins available bearing this date. About two-thirds of these coins are MS-60 pieces, with the remaining one-third qualifying for MS-65 or better. Twenty-five years ago, a few known bags of these coins were in existence. Rolls are occasionally seen today, and they trade very quickly. For some unknown reason, no 1894-S dollars surfaced from LaVere Redfield’s hoard of over 400,000 pieces. This is puzzling, since it is obvious that these coins were easily available

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Approximate Shipping Weight: 1 lbs.LOT#: 6610FN894.05001

Up for auction, we have a 1894 S AUTHENTIC MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR This coin is Guaranteed to be Authentic! THE COIN PICTURED IS THE ACTUAL COIN YOU WILL RECEIVE! 1894-S The 1894-S Morgan dollar has the typically bold strike usually synonymous with the San Francisco mint. The original mintage was well over one million, but heavy melting eliminated over 80% of the issue. A large majority of the pieces not melted were widely circulated, leaving relatively few to survive n mint condition. Dealers estimate that no more than 15,000 pieces exist in Mint State, representing about 7% of the coins available bearing this date. About two-thirds of these coins are MS-60 pieces, with the remaining one-third qualifying for MS-65 or better. Twenty-five years ago, a few known bags of these coins were in existence. Rolls are occasionally seen today, and they trade very quickly. For some unknown reason, no 1894-S dollars surfaced from LaVere Redfield’s hoard of over 400,000 pieces. This is puzzling, since it is obvious that these...
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