Coins of The United States

The Morgan dollar has long been associated with the ‘Wild West’ but this quintessentially American coin has a fascinating British link. In 1876, Henry Linderman, the Director of the US Mint at Philadelphia, began the task of redesigning the nation’s coinage, and the talents of George T. Morgan were brought to his attention when he was recommended by Charles Fremantle, Deputy Master of The Royal Mint. Morgan sailed for the US in September 1876 and made a good impression right away. Within 18 months, he had designed the Morgan dollar, the coin which made him famous. He went on to enjoy a long and distinguished career at the US Mint and was promoted to Chief Engraver in 1917, a position he held until his death in 1925.

Our Pick

1878–1921 US Silver Morgan Dollar

One of the most famous coins in American history

Product range

1878-1921 US Silver Morgan Dollar

1878-1921 US Silver Morgan Dollar

Very Fine - mixed dates

Price: £65.00

In Stock
US Silver Peace Dollar

US Silver Peace Dollar

Mixed dates - Very Fine

Price: £55.00

In Stock
US, Indian Head Gold $2.5 1908-1929

Price: £540.00

In Stock
USA Indian Head Gold $10

Price: £1,210.00

In Stock
1986 US Silver Dollar

1986 US Silver Dollar

Uncirculated condition

Price: £80.00

In Stock
USA Liberty Head Gold $20

Price: £2,500.00

In Stock
USA Indian Head Gold $5

Price: £790.00

Limited Stock
US, Saint Gaudens Gold $20 1907-1933

Price: £2,460.00

Awaiting Stock
US, Indian Head Gold $3 1854-1889 EF

Price: £1,140.00

Awaiting Stock
US, Liberty Head Gold $1, Type 3 EF

Price: £380.00

Awaiting Stock
US, Liberty Head Gold $1, Type I EF

Price: £380.00

Awaiting Stock
Gold Proof
2006 USA Gold $50 Buffalo

Price: £2,795.00

Awaiting Stock
US Kennedy Half Dollar

Price: £25.00

Awaiting Stock
Feefo logo