These genuine 1901-O dollars are legacies of the short-lived New Orleans Mint. Opened in 1838, this branch mint struck U.S. coins until January 1861, when the State of Louisiana seceded from the Union and took over the facility. Two months later, it was taken over again by the Confederacy – its third "master" within weeks.
- Handsome – struck in over 3/4 of an ounce of 90% silver
- Over 115 years old
- Once a rarity missing from collections before the 1960s
- Bags rediscovered in U.S. Treasury vaults, and thousands were released in 1962
Now available and affordable for collectors today, get this prized Morgan silver dollar with the "O" mint mark, today.