Widely considered to be among the most beautiful silver coins ever produced by the United States Mint, the Morgan silver dollar is extremely popular among coin collectors. Weighing in at 26.73 grams when in brand new condition, Morgan silver dollars are 90% pure silver and contain a fine silver content of .7734 ounces of pure silver. Minted from 1878 to 1904 and then again in 1921, Morgans were produced at the mints in Philadelphia, New Orleans, San Francisco and Carson City, and for one year only in Denver in 1921. Common date Morgans are plentiful, even in brand new, “mint” condition, but the fact that a good number of Morgan silver dollars are rare makes this series especially fun and challenging to collect. Nashville Coin Gallery offers a variety of these very popular coins graded a respectable MS63 (Mint State 63) by either of the two most highly regarded coin grading services in the country — PCGS and NGC. These will be dates and grading services of our choice, depending on our inventory at the time of your order. If you have a preference for a specific grading service, please feel free to call us immediately after placing your order, and we’ll do our best to accommodate your needs depending on our inventory at that time.