Silver.com is honored to present one-half troy ounce Morgan Silver Rounds produced by the Highland Mint. These freshly minted 99.9% fine silver rounds commemorate the classic and distinguished Morgan Dollar. This commemorative medallion is a definite credit to the portfolio of investors and collectors of precious metals.
The Morgan Dollar was the second design of young America’s silver dollar. It was minted from 1878 to 1904 and once more during the year of 1921. The Morgan Dollar bears the name of its designer George T. Morgan, and the model for Lady Liberty was Anna Willess Williams.
- Contains 1/2 oz of .999 pure silver.
- Arrives in a plastic flip or tubes of 20.
- Minted at Highland Mint in Florida.
- Features the famous Morgan Dollar design created by George T. Morgan.
The obverse side of the medallion features Lady Liberty in profile. She wears a humble hat engraved with the word Liberty, and her hair is adorned with sprigs of wheat and acorns. The words E. PLURIBUS. UNUM encircle the top of her embossed image, and a sequence of stars encircle her below. This stately image is most impressive.
The reverse side of the piece features a frontal image of an eagle with outstretched wings. The claws of the eagle clasp arrows and an olive branch, and the eagle is encircled with the words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, ONE-HALF TROY OZ. Above its head are the words .999 Fine Silver.
Silver.com is proud to offer a variety of commemorative silver bars and rounds in varying sizes which feature the Morgan design. We provide price reductions for larger quantities and a four-percent price reduction for orders paid by check and wire. Orders will be sent via USPS or UPS directly to your home of business. Each order is traceable and insured against loss while on its journey to you.
If you have any questions about the Highland Mint’s Morgan Silver Rounds, or any of the other products that we offer please call our staff at 888-989-7223. You can also reach us on our website by way of live chat or by using the form on our contact page.