Established in 1854 to serve the growing number of gold mines in California during the Gold Rush, the San Francisco Mint did not begin striking Silver Dollars until 1870. Limited Dollar production continued until 1878 when the San Francisco Mint began striking what is considered today, the most popular Silver Dollar series among collectors; The Morgan Dollar. Aﬀectionately known as the Granite Lady because of her beautiful flowing granite structure, the San Francisco Mint struck a Morgan Dollar for every year of production from 1878-1904 and again in 1921. The Granite lady is also known for producing the rarest date in the entire series, the 1893-S. This date is sought by collectors across the country and is especially diﬃcult to locate in uncirculated condition. This beautiful set contains the first five Morgan Dollars produced at this storied Mint. Included is the first year of issue 1878-S along with the next four coins, 1879-S, 1880-S, 1881-S and 1882-S. Each coin has been graded by PCGS in MS64 or choice uncirculated. These blast white five piece sets are only available for a limited time as coins in this condition are diﬃcult to attain and typically sell out quickly. Don't miss your chance to own the first 5 Morgan Dollars struck at the San Francisco Mint in incredible uncirculated condition.
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