United States one-dollar coins minted from 1878 to the beginning of the twentieth century are known as the Morgan dollar.
Until 1873, there had been no free coining of silver and no Seated Liberty dollar production, so this coin was the first standard silver dollar to be minted since then. 412.5 grains (or 371.25 gr = 24.056 gr = 0.7735 oz t of pure silver) were found within.
Designed by Assistant Engraver George T. Morgan, this coin bears his name. Designed by Anna Willess Williams, the obverse depicts a Liberty profile while the reverse shows an eagle with its wings outstretched.
Mint marks appear above "Dollar" the letter O on reverses that have them.
The eagle's reverse design includes an olive branch and arrows.
NGC assigned this specimen a grade of MS65.