Each 1-3/8" Morgan Dollar (back) Coin Concho is fully die-struck on both sides making it an exact replica of its original. Made from zinc and finished in
sterling silver, each coin concho has a screw post back for easy attachment. Take advantage of these great reproductions. Coin conchos are available as
Morgan Dollars (front or back), Indian Head Pennies (front or back), Buffalo Nickels (front or back), Mercury Dimes (front), and Oregon Trail Half Dollars (front or back).
See available products below for these other coin conchos.
The Morgan Dollar was created with the Bland-Allison Act of 1878, which required the U.S. government to purchase between $2 million and $4 million monthly
from western mines and coin silver dollars for circulation. In 1878 there are a few variants involving the number of tail feathers (7 Tailfeathers, 8 Tailfeathers, and
7 Over 8 Tailfeathers varieties, etc.) on the eagle and the shape of the eagle’s breast, including flat and round varieties. In 1879 at the San Francisco Mint and in
1880 at the Carson City Mint the Flat Breast reverse was briefly used, but from then on, the Round Breast design remained through 1904. The Morgan Dollar was slightly
redesigned in 1921 during its last year of issue before the debut of the Peace Dollar later that year.