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Rare 1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollar Coin

The 1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollar Coin

1882 Morgan Silver Dollar featuring rare double O/S mint mark. In 90% silver with clear protective holder. FREE Magnifier, Deluxe Display Box.

Display box measures 3-3/4" W x 1-7/8" H x 4-5/8" D

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Coin collectors know there's nothing more important than rarity when it comes to collecting. The 1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollar Coin is one of those amazing rarities, bearing mint marks from both the now-closed New Orleans Mint (O) AND the San Francisco Mint (S). This unique mark is due to the New Orleans Mint workers improperly repurposing the dies sent to them from the famed San Francisco Mint. More than 100 years old, the first U.S. coin with an "over mint mark" ever created can now be yours to own, showcased in a presentation only available from The Bradford Exchange Mint.

This coveted "King of Coins" is struck in 90% silver and is a must-have for collectors and history buffs. It arrives secured in a crystal-clear, tamper-proof holder to preserve its beauty and quality for years to come. Plus, a handsome museum-quality, wooden Deluxe Display Box, with a rich mahogany finish and a gleaming title plaque magnificently showcases your rare coin. You will also receive a FREE high-quality Pocket Magnifier so you can see your coin's "S" mint mark inside the "O" in amazing detail; just look right below the eagle that adorns the reverse of the coin. It is estimated that only 17% of all Morgan Silver Dollars ever struck still survive, and of these, only a small fraction were struck from the three dies with the 1882 double mint mark rarities. Intense demand is expected for The 1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollar Coin, so don't wait to claim yours. Order now!

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This exclusive collectible 1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollar Coin presentation from The Bradford Exchange features:
  • Claim The 1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollar Coin featuring the rare "O/S" minting error from the legendary San Francisco Mint and New Orleans Mint, available in an exclusive presentation from The Bradford Exchange Mint
  • Minted in 90% pure silver, this Morgan Silver Dollar is the first U.S. coin with an "Over Mint Mark" ever created, due to New Orleans Mint workers improperly repurposing the dies sent to them from the San Francisco Mint
  • The obverse side of this 90% silver genuine U.S. coin features the year 1882 with George T. Morgan's famous portrait of Liberty; a noble eagle adorns the reverse of the coin, highlighted by the rare double mint mark from the San Francisco Mint (S) and the New Orleans (O) Mint
  • It is estimated that only 17% of all Morgan Silver Dollars ever struck still survive, and of these, only a small fraction were struck from the three dies with the 1882 double mint mark rarities
  • Your rare 1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollar arrives secured in a crystal-clear, tamper proof holder for viewing from both sides
  • FREE high-quality Pocket Magnifier included, so that you can see your coin's condition, grading and authenticity up close
  • A handsome, museum-quality, mahogany-finished wooden Deluxe Display Box with a gleaming title plaque both shows off and protects your rare treasure
  • A once-in-a-lifetime coin collecting opportunity, full of historical significance and potential value, so order now!
  • Display box measures 3-3/4" W x 1-7/8" H x 4-5/8" D; 9.5 cm W x 4.8 cm H x 11.7 cm D
Rare 1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollar Coin
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Rare 1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollar Coin

1882 Double Mint Mark Morgan Silver Coin! Morgan Silver Dollar Coin Features Rare O/S Double Mint Mark!

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