This 2006-S Silver Dollar was minted to celebrate the 100th Anniversary of the Old San Francisco Mint, a.k.a "The Granite Lady." The Mint was one of the most important parts in the recovery of San Francisco after the great earthquake of 1906. The obverse of the coin features a detailed engraving of the Old San Francisco Mint. interestingly, the reverse of the coin is the same exact reverse that we see on Morgan Silver Dollars! What a tribute to the most collected classic silver coin!
Keep in mind, only 44,174 of these proof coins were minted. There is no Uncirculated Morgan Dollar with any where near this low of a mintage. This piece is also in a near-perfect PF69 grade from NGC! Have you ever wondered what a brand new Morgan Silver Dollar would look like?? Just flip this coin over and you can see! Even better, each one is hand-signed by Wayne Miller! It doesn't get any better than this!
- Wayne Miller signed
- TINY mintage
- Almost perfect PF69 grade from NGC