Over a hundred times as many Morgan silver dollars were struck for commerce. Depicting an Indian princess (representing Liberty) with fancy headdress, this elegant scarcity was the last of the U.S. Mint's smallest-ever coin. Liberty was enlarged from the previous type to fill the space better. The antebellum reverse joins cotton and tobacco of the South with wheat and corn of the North. Our very lightly circulated Extra Fine quality retains sharp detailing on the miniature engravings. Date range 1856-1889. Our choice of date.
/Diameter:15mm, Content: 1.5 grams .900 gold