George T. Morgan's classic design is found on this Morgan Silver Trade Unit, consisting of 1 oz of .999 pure silver.
The Silver Trade Unit is not to be confused with an actual Morgan Silver Dollar. The trade unit is a replica of the Morgan Silver Dollar, and each has its own distinct qualities and value.
The Morgan Silver Dollar is one of the most famous and most highly collected U.S. coins of all time. They were minted between 1878 and 1921, with a break between 1905 and 1920. Morgan Silver Dollars hold vast historical significance, being a major part of America's westward development. Morgan Dollars are second only to Lincoln Cents in collector popularity.
Anna Willess Williams of Philadelphia was the model for the Morgan Silver Dollar. In total, Morgan had five sittings with Williams; he declared her profile to be the most perfect he had ever seen.
The profile of Anna Willess Williams wearing a crown with the word Liberty. Williams' profile is encircled by stars and the words E Pluribus Unum 1984.
An image of the Scales of Justice with a wheat stalk on either side and surrounded by the words One Troy Ounce Silver Trade Unit, 31.1 Grams .999 Fine Silver.
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