Morgan Dollar Coin Ring (Tails-Powder-Coat)
Made from a 90% silver Morgan Dollar
Year of coin is 1921
Finish: Black Powder Coat
Metal weight: 20 grams
11.5 mm band
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Morgan Dollar Coin Ring
The Black Powder Morgan Dollar Coin Ring offers both stunning looks and a durable finish. The deep black powder coat gives the ideal background for the ring's silver art and beauty to catch the eye. The Morgan Dollar Coin Ring, also known as “The Gambler’s Ring”, is a true classic so everyone needs one. Above all, it’s simple yet bold so it makes it one of the most sought after coin rings around.
Above all, I love making the The Black Powder Morgan Dollar Coin Ring because I know the customer is going to love it too. I get emails from customers weekly telling me how much they love their ring in addition to how many compliments on it.
In conclusion, The Morgan Dollar was made from 1878 to 1904 and then again in 1921. The coin’s designer was George T. Morgan so that’s where it got it’s name. The obverse (heads) side of the Morgan Dollar Coin Ring shows a profile portrait representing Lady Liberty and the reverse (tails) has an eagle with wings outstretched making it a classic coin ring.
A woman named Anna Williams was used for the face of the coin but she was not an actor. Morgan said, “Miss Williams’ profile was the most nearly perfect he had seen in England or America.” Since she was not a model she agreed to the job on the condition that her identity would remain secret so he was promised anonymity. She did not stay anonymous for long because her secret was out and she received numerous offers for acting jobs and public appearances but she declined.
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MINTED FROM 1878 TO 1904, AND THEN AGAIN IN 1921 THE COIN IS NAMED FOR ITS DESIGNER, UNITED STATES MINT ASSISTANT ENGRAVER GEORGE T. MORGAN. THE OBVERSE (HEADS) DEPICTS A PROFILE PORTRAIT REPRESENTING LIBERTY, WHILE THE REVERSE (TAILS) DEPICTS AN EAGLE WITH WINGS OUTSTRETCHED.