Fans of the Morgan Dollar will often cite coins from the Redfield Hoard as the crown jewels of their collection. After all, these coins carry a fascinating backstory and also come in rare holders unique to the Redfield Hoard. NGC has certified these coins as well, which adds to their immense numismatic appeal. 1882-S Morgan Dollar Silver Coins from the Redfield Hoard can now be purchased online from Provident Metals.
When you order 1882-S Morgan Dollar Silver Coins in this online listing at Provident Metals, they will arrive in their original Redfield cases. Because these cases confirm that the coins are part of the historic Redfield Hoard, NGC chose to preserve them instead of using their standard grading slabs. However, you will find a seal on the cases bearing the official grading information.
On the obverse of these Morgan Dollar Silver Coins, youll see a portrait of Lady Liberty. Facing left, Liberty wears both a crown of wheat and a Phrygian cap upon her head. This classic portrait is credited to US Mint engraver George T. Morgan and was first introduced in 1878. You will also see inscriptions on the obverse that read E PLURIBUS UNUM, 1882.
The reverse of 1882-S Morgan Dollars contains a rendering of the heraldic eagle. The eagle is in a forward-facing position with its neck craned to the left. In its talons are arrows and an olive branch, which represent war and peace. Decorative laurels are also included on either side of the majestic bird. Inscriptions across the border read UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, IN GOD WE TRUST, ONE DOLLAR.
During the Great Depression, LaVere Redfield, a successful investor, grew weary of the countrys financial system. When FDR removed the gold standard in 1933, Redfield began to hoard silver dollars. In 1935 he moved to Reno, Nevada for tax purposes and continued to amass his fortune. By the time he died in 1974, a whopping 400,000 silver dollars were discovered in a secret compartment in his basement.
If you have any questions about Redfield Morgan Dollars, contact Provident Metals. We can be reached via email, online live chat, or by phone at 800-313-3315.
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|Condition||MS63 Redfield Hoard|
|Mint Mark||S - San Francisco|
|Designer (Obverse)||George T. Morgan|
|Designer (Reverse)||George T. Morgan|
|Product Series||Morgan Silver Dollar|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Metal Content||.7734 Troy Ounce|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|
|Packaging Dimensions||3.5 x 3.0 x 0.25|