U.S. 1880-S Morgan Silver Dollar VF. In 1880, at the height of the Wild West era, the Morgan dollar was the only silver coin struck by the San Francisco Mint. When considering which Morgan silver dollar was the most beautifully minted for commerce, numismatists almost invariably narrow the field to the 1880-S and 1881-S issues.
U.S. 1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar VF. Only Morgans were struck by the historic New Orleans Mint in 1884, when it had only recently re-opened after the Reconstruction era. But the 1884-O mintage was significantly less than the principal Philadelphia Mintís. Almost 50% more Morgans were issued at Philadelphia in 1884.
U.S. 1886 Morgan Silver Dollars VF. It was released in the year of the first U.S. silver certificates, which were redeemable for silver dollars. The $5 note pictured five of these 1886 Morgans as assurance. While this Philadelphia mintage was the highest up to that point in the series, an unusually vast proportion was later lost in government melts.