This year hails multiple milestones for silver dollars issued by the U.S. Mint. In this noteworthy three-coin set of first-year issues, celebrate the significant changes to the large-size dollar made in the 20th century. This stunning silver set features:
- 1878 Morgan Dollar – struck in 90% silver at the main U.S. Mint in Philadelphia, the reverse depicts an eagle with seven tail feathers and represents the last major design type of 1878; series ended 100 years ago in 1921; graded Very Good or better.
- 1921 Peace Dollar – first issue of the 90% silver Peace series struck 100 years ago for general circulation, this high-relief issue features a modern image of Liberty – in 1922 the relief was lowered; graded Genuine.
- 1971-S Eisenhower Dollar – struck in 40% silver at the San Francisco Mint during the first year of the series 50 years ago; the Eisenhower dollar was the last large-size dollar issued for general use; graded Uncirculated.
Each coin is encapsulated, and all three come presented together in a FREE custom display case and you SAVE off single coin prices. Act now to own this multiple anniversary First-Year-of-Issue Silver Dollar Set!
- Product Type: Sets
- Presentation: With Case
- Year: Mixed Years