Struck in 90% silver over 115 years ago, this 1902-O Morgan dollar is a prized legacy of the former New Orleans Mint. This historic, obsolete facility produced United States coins from 1838 until the start of the Civil War in 1861, when it was taken over by southern forces and briefly minted Confederate coinage. Production of U.S. coinage resumed from 1879 until 1909, when the coin presses were shut down for good. The attractive red-brick structure in the heart of New Orleans is the oldest former U.S. Mint facility still in existence and is now part of the Louisiana State Museum.
Handpicked for quality and eye appeal and graded by our experts as Choice About Uncirculated, these affordable 1902-O Morgan dollars display just very slight wear on the highest points of the design. The distinctive New Orleans “O” mint mark can be seen below the wreath on the reverse. Plus, each coin is encapsulated and comes in a handsome FREE leatherette case. Add this classic Morgan silver dollar from a bygone U.S. Mint to your collection today.
- Year: 1902
- Product Type: Single Products
- Presentation: With Case
- Mint: New Orleans
- Material: Silver