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Morgan dollar "Morgan dollars are second only to Lincoln Cents in collector popularity."
251878 - 1921
1878 ...
11879 P 1879 CC CC Over CC - Capped Die 1879 CC Clear CC 11879 O 1879 S Reverse of 1878 1879 S Reverse of 1879
1880 ...
1881 P 1881 CC 1881 O 1881 S
11882 P 1882 CC 1882 O 1882 O O Over S 1882 S
1883 P 1883 CC 1883 O 1883 S
1884 P 1884 CC 1884 O 1884 S
1885 P 1885 CC 1885 O 1885 S
11886 P 1886 O 1886 S
1887 P 1887 P 7 Over 6 1887 O 1887 O 7 Over 6 1887 S
11888 P 1888 O 1888 O Doubled Die Obverse - Hot Lips 1888 S
11889 P 1889 CC 11889 O 1889 S
1890 P 1890 CC 1890 CC Tail Bar 11890 O 11890 S
1891 P 1891 CC 1891 O 1891 S
1892 P 1892 CC 1892 O 1892 S
1893 P 1893 CC 1893 O 1893 S
1894 P 1894 O 1894 S
1895 P Proof Only 1895 O 1895 S
41896 P 1896 O 1896 S
1897 P 1897 O 1897 S
1898 P 1898 O 1898 S 1899 P 21899 O 1899 S
21900 P 11900 O 1900 O 1900 S
1901 P 1901 P Doubled Die Reverse 1901 O 1901 S
1902 P 1902 O 1902 S
1903 P 1903 O 1903 S
1904 P 1904 O 1904 S
21921 P 41921 D 11921 S


Peace dollar "In August 1920, a paper by numismatist Farran Zerbe was read to that year's American Numismatic Association (ANA) convention in Chicago. In the paper, entitled Commemorate the Peace with a Coin for Circulation, Zerbe called for the issuance of a coin to celebrate peace..."

"Due to time constraints, de Francisci was unable to schedule a professional model to pose for the obverse depiction of Liberty. Instead, he opted to model his depiction of Liberty on his wife.[2] In describing his technique, he stated 'I opened a window of my studio and let the wind blow on her hair while she was posing for me.'"
221921 - 1935 1921 P High Relief
71922 P Normal Relief 1922 P High Relief 11922 D 31922 S
31923 P 1923 D 11923 S
1924 P 1924 S
11925 P 1925 S
11926 P 1926 D 11926 S
1927 P 1927 D 1927 S
1928 P 21928 S
1934 P 21934 D 1934 D Doubled Die Obverse 1934 S
1935 P 1935 S


Washington quarter "As the United States prepared to celebrate the 1932 bicentennial of the birth of its first president, George Washington ... Congress permanently replaced the Standing Liberty quarter"
181933 - 1964
1932 P 1932 D 1932 S
1934 ...
1935 P 1935 D 1935 S
1936 P 1936 D 1936 S
1937 P 1937 P Doubled Die Obverse 11937 D 1937 S
1938 P 11938 S
1939 P 1939 D 11939 S
11940 P 1940 D 1940 S
11941 P 1941 D 1941 S
1942 ...
1943 ...
1944 P 1944 D 1944 S
11945 P 1945 D 1945 S
1946 P 1946 D 1946 S
1947 P 1947 D 1947 S
11948 P 1948 D 11948 S
1949 P 1949 D
1950 ...
1951 P 1951 D 1951 S
1952 P 11952 D 1952 S
1953 P 1953 D 1953 S
11954 P 1954 D 1954 S
1955 P 1955 D
1956 P 1956 D
1957 P 11957 D
1958 P 1958 D
1959 P 11959 D
1960 P 11960 D
1961 P 1961 D
1962 P 11962 D
1963 P 1963 D
11964 P 31964 D


Roosevelt dime "it displays President Franklin D. Roosevelt on the obverse and was authorized soon after his death in 1945. Roosevelt had been stricken with polio, and was one of the moving forces of the March of Dimes."


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