Product DescriptionWhen the Morgan series was suspended after 1904, a large proportion of recent mintages were placed in storage and huge numbers were later lost in government melts. Today it's estimated that less than 2% of Philadelphia's 1902 mintage of eight million exists in mint-state condition making circulated grades desirable. Our nicely detailed Very Fine quality specimens are an affordable option for collectors and as an added bonus, we're including the 1975 10¢ Banking and Commerce se-tenant (a French phrase that translates to "joined together") stamps that commemorate the Centennial Convention of the American Bankers Association. Stamps are in mint condition.
Grade Very Fine
Material 90% Silver