Why add the 1889 Morgan Silver Dollar From the New York Bank Hoard NGC MS64+ VAM-18A to your collection?
This Mint State 64+ (MS64+) 1889 Morgan Silver Dollar was graded and preserved by Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC). The coin was struck at the Nation's primary Mint facility located in Philadelphia. This coin is struck on a 90% coin silver planchet which contains .7734 oz. of silver bullion. The New York Bank Hoard is the name of a high quality collection of Morgans that were stored in a Manhattan vault for over half a century in the original, sealed U.S. Treasury canvas bags. The VAM-18A for this year is part of the coveted Hot Morgan VAM list.
Highly Collected Design
The obverse of the coin features Lady Liberty in profile. The reverse of the dollar features a heraldic bald eagle. The die variety is known primarily for doubling on Liberty's Ear and for a die chip located on the Phrygian Cap, near the largest cotton leaf in Liberty's hair.
Mint State 64+ coins are in exceptionally high grade condition. Overall, these coins exhibit few minor distractions, excellent eye appeal and magnificent mint luster even after more than 130 years! The VAM-18A attribution makes this a sought after addition to any coin collection.
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