1889 Morgan Silver Dollar Philadelphia Mint - NGC MS 63 Full Mint Luster
Description: Silver 1889 mint state uncirculated Morgan Dollar from the Philadelphia Mint. The coin is graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) as being Mint State 63 and is encapsulated in a slab. The coin itself is better than the photos suggest and has all of its original mint luster. The coin shows all the details with no wear commensurate with its uncirculated mint state. On the obverse you can see the hair lines in liberty's head, the word LIBERTY is all there in her crown, the cap and the flowers in it, and all the facial details. The reverse shows the eagle's feathers on the neck, wings, chest, legs, and tail with no losses. The coin is beautiful, shiny and has great eye appeal. These coins were designed by George T. Morgan and hence their name "Morgan Dollar". Please carefully review the photos as they are part and parcel of our description.
Size and Weight: 26.73 grams of 0.90 Silver, is 38.1 mm in diameter and has a reeded edge.
References: Page 223 in "2012 US Coin R. S. Yeoman (The Official Red Book), 65th edition, Kenneth Bressett, editor, Published by Whitman Publishing, LLC, Atlanta, GA." Page 126 in "2011 US Coin Digest, David Harper Editor and Henry Miller Market Analyst, 9th Edition, Krause Publication, Iola, WI."
Condition: The coin is graded MS 63 by NGC and comes encased in a slab marked as such. The coin is much better looking than the photos suggest and has all of its original mint luster. It does have a few scratches and bag marks, but has no wear commensurate with its uncirculated mint state. Please see photos for additional condition information. A definite quality and beautiful coin.