$229.99 Few coins hold the allure of the Morgan Silver Dollar, yet few know that the first 1878 issues were minted with a mistake. Although Mint Engraver George T. Morgan’s design featured the customary number of tail feathers (seven) on the eagle reverse, something mysterious happened shortly after mintage began – somehow the eagle had gained an extra tail feather for a total of eight. Now, The First-Ever Error Morgan Silver Dollar Coin is yours to claim in a collector’s presentation available ONLY from The Bradford Exchange Mint. This incredibly rare collectible coin features an 1878 Morgan Silver Dollar with the eight-tail feather error on the reverse.Although the eight-tail feather error was soon noticed and addressed by over-stamping the eagle’s tail with seven feathers, the quick fix only created another error: the 7/8 tail feather Morgan. In 1879, the problem was resolved. Since it is estimated that only 17% of all Morgans still exist, you can imagine how rare these first-year, first-month eight tail feather error issues can be. A treasure for history buffs and coin collectors alike, this intriguing Morgan Silver Dollar arrives secured in a crystal-clear, tamper-proof holder along with a museum-quality, deluxe wooden display box with rich mahogany finish and gleaming title plaque. Fervent demand is expected, so don’t wait to claim your First-Ever Error Morgan Silver Dollar coin. Order now!