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1935 A $1 Silver Certificate

Experimental "R" FR. 1609

This Bill is still crisp. All 4 edges are intact. There are NO fold lines present or visible on the bill. This is a VERY clean and stark white bill. All prints are VERY clear and easy to distinguish. Over all an EXTREMELY nice example of a very collectable "Experimental R and S" Bill.

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the Bill itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact Bill you see listed.
 


 

1935 Experimental "R" and "S" Story

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing has frequently chosen the $1 denomination for testing of alternative printing techniques and paper compositions. With poverty rising during World War II and more potential counterfeiting of paper money, a concern with security paper supply was in demand. Any threat to this supply means the inability to print notes. Being a real possibility, Read more


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1883-O Morgan Silver Dollar

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the coin itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact coin you see listed. I do not play tricks with lighting. Many others may show the coin at angles that make the coin appear better than what it is. If you see a coin that is too good to be true, it probably is.


 

Inception of the Morgan Dollar


As R.W. Julian has related, the Morgan silver dollar was a child of politics and the silver interests of the 1870s. George T. Morgan's design was rushed into production in early 1878 before it was thoroughly tested. As a result, the first few months saw several revisions. The relief contour of the eagle's breast was altered, the number of feathers in the eagle's tail was changed from eight to seven (with several dies having eight feathers over seven feathers), and other minor adjustments were made. As late as 1880, overdates and mixtures of new and obsolete reverses recurred. These operations produced a plethora of varieties for a later generation of collectors. Read more


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1897-P Morgan Silver Dollar

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the coin itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact coin you see listed. I do not play tricks with lighting. Many others may show the coin at angles that make the coin appear better than what it is. If you see a coin that is too good to be true, it probably is.


 

Inception of the Morgan Dollar


As R.W. Julian has related, the Morgan silver dollar was a child of politics and the silver interests of the 1870s. George T. Morgan's design was rushed into production in early 1878 before it was thoroughly tested. As a result, the first few months saw several revisions. The relief contour of the eagle's breast was altered, the number of feathers in the eagle's tail was changed from eight to seven (with several dies having eight feathers over seven feathers), and other minor adjustments were made. As late as 1880, overdates and mixtures of new and obsolete reverses recurred. These operations produced a plethora of varieties for a later generation of collectors. Read more


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1885-P Morgan Silver Dollar

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the coin itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact coin you see listed. I do not play tricks with lighting. Many others may show the coin at angles that make the coin appear better than what it is. If you see a coin that is too good to be true, it probably is.


 

Inception of the Morgan Dollar


As R.W. Julian has related, the Morgan silver dollar was a child of politics and the silver interests of the 1870s. George T. Morgan's design was rushed into production in early 1878 before it was thoroughly tested. As a result, the first few months saw several revisions. The relief contour of the eagle's breast was altered, the number of feathers in the eagle's tail was changed from eight to seven (with several dies having eight feathers over seven feathers), and other minor adjustments were made. As late as 1880, overdates and mixtures of new and obsolete reverses recurred. These operations produced a plethora of varieties for a later generation of collectors. Read more


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1899-O Morgan Silver Dollar

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the coin itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact coin you see listed. I do not play tricks with lighting. Many others may show the coin at angles that make the coin appear better than what it is. If you see a coin that is too good to be true, it probably is.


 


 

Inception of the Morgan Dollar


As R.W. Julian has related, the Morgan silver dollar was a child of politics and the silver interests of the 1870s. George T. Morgan's design was rushed into production in early 1878 before it was thoroughly tested. As a result, the first few months saw several revisions. The relief contour of the eagle's breast was altered, the number of feathers in the eagle's tail was changed from eight to seven (with several dies having eight feathers over seven feathers), and other minor adjustments were made. As late as 1880, overdates and mixtures Read more


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1882-P Morgan Silver Dollar

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the coin itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact coin you see listed. I do not play tricks with lighting. Many others may show the coin at angles that make the coin appear better than what it is. If you see a coin that is too good to be true, it probably is.
 


 

Inception of the Morgan Dollar


As R.W. Julian has related, the Morgan silver dollar was a child of politics and the silver interests of the 1870s. George T. Morgan's design was rushed into production in early 1878 before it was thoroughly tested. As a result, the first few months saw several revisions. The relief contour of the eagle's breast was altered, the number of feathers in the eagle's tail was changed from eight to seven (with several dies having eight feathers over seven feathers), and other minor adjustments were made. As late as 1880, overdates and mixtures of new and obsolete reverses recurred. These operations produced a plethora Read more


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1935 A $1 Silver Certificate

Experimental "S" FR. 1610

This Bill is still crisp. All 4 edges are intact with minimal wear . You can see a fold line running horizontally in the middle of the bill. Also there are 3 fold lines vertical. None of the fold lines have heavy wear along them. Little to no discoloration on the bill is seen. The color is very light gray to stark white. All prints are clear and easy to distinguish. Over all a very nice example of a very collectable "Experimental R and S" Bill.

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the Bill itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact Bill you see listed.


 

1935 Experimental "R" and "S" Story


The Bureau of Engraving and Printing has frequently chosen the $1 denomination for testing of alternative printing techniques and paper compositions. With poverty rising during World War II and more potential counterfeiting of paper Read more


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1935 A $1 Silver Certificate

Experimental "S" FR. 1610

This Bill still has some crispness (It is not tissue paper), but will still hold it's shape when holding. All 4 corners are not square, but the edges are still straight. You can see fold lines running horizontally in the middle of the bill. Also there are 3 fold lines vertical. The fold lines have little to no wear along them. All prints are still clear and easy to distinguish. Some of the bill has lost it's white areas, the back more than the front. Over all it is still a very nice example of a very collectable "Experimental R and S" Bill.

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the Bill itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact Bill you see listed.
 


 

1935 Experimental "R" and "S" Story


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1901-O Morgan Silver Dollar

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the coin itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact coin you see listed. I do not play tricks with lighting. Many others may show the coin at angles that make the coin appear better than what it is. If you see a coin that is too good to be true, it probably is.
 


 

Inception of the Morgan Dollar


As R.W. Julian has related, the Morgan silver dollar was a child of politics and the silver interests of the 1870s. George T. Morgan's design was rushed into production in early 1878 before it was thoroughly tested. As a result, the first few months saw several revisions. The relief contour of the eagle's breast was altered, the number of feathers in the eagle's tail was changed from eight to seven (with several dies having eight feathers over seven feathers), and other minor adjustments were made. As late as 1880, overdates and mixtures of new and obsolete reverses recurred. These operations produced a plethora Read more


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1885-P Morgan Silver Dollar

The pictures tell the whole story. Please look at the super-sized pictures to grade the coin itself. I provide very detailed, very closeup pictures for you to see exactly what you are buying. You will receive the exact coin you see listed. I do not play tricks with lighting. Many others may show the coin at angles that make the coin appear better than what it is. If you see a coin that is too good to be true, it probably is.
 


 

Inception of the Morgan Dollar


As R.W. Julian has related, the Morgan silver dollar was a child of politics and the silver interests of the 1870s. George T. Morgan's design was rushed into production in early 1878 before it was thoroughly tested. As a result, the first few months saw several revisions. The relief contour of the eagle's breast was altered, the number of feathers in the eagle's tail was changed from eight to seven (with several dies having eight feathers over seven feathers), and other minor adjustments were made. As late as 1880, overdates and mixtures of new and obsolete reverses recurred. These operations produced a plethora Read more


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