U.S. Morgan Silver Dollar 1903-P Very Fine
The principal Philadelphia Mint's Morgan silver dollar output in the early 20th century was vastly lower than that of the peak 1880s. In fact, the top late-1880s production was almost five times higher than the 1903 Philadelphia mintage of 4.6 million.
Overall, 1903 is the toughest 20th century date in the Morgan series. Of the three 1903 Morgan issues, this no-mintmark Philadelphia dollar is vastly more affordable than the extremely scarce New Orleans or hard-to-find San Francisco issues. That price differential puts added pressure on this historic coin.
Our Very Fine quality saw only light circulation in American commerce and retains major detailing.
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