The Morgan silver dollar is the first silver dollar produces and minted since production of the earlier designs. The low demand and supply of the Morgan silver dollar have led to the rise of fake Morgan silver dollars in the market. The fake Morgan silver dollar are today at the market and keep on circulating. It is almost impossible to get ride of the fake Morgan silver dollar that are already at the market. To stop the people responsible in making the fake Morgan silver dollar is one way of reducing the spread of the fake dollar. But that will not solve the problem of the silver dollar that are already at the market. In that case, all you need and the only option remaining is to separate the fake from the original Morgan silver dollar. By that, you need a lot of funds, time, personnel and expertise.
First and foremost, original Morgan silver coins are manufactured in the company which are authorized in doing so. Whatsoever, we do not expect an imperfection of any kind on the Morgan silver coin. The coin is truly a fake when you find that the original and legitimate coin is slobbed in a fake and counterfeit holder.
The 1893-S date min-mark is the most valuable in the Morgan silver coin and need to be keenly observed. By that, most of the fake coin designer only need to change the date or the mint-mark. In that case, by looking closely at the date or the mint-mark, you are able to know if the coin is actually fake or an original.
All the 1893-S Morgan silver dollar coin are made from the same obverse die and two reverse dies. In that case, any coin that does not posses the telltale diagnosis character is a fake.
You need to first begin with he number 1 for you to be sure and proof whether or not the dollar coin is actually a fake. If the number 1 lines directly with the dentil beneath it, then the coin ids not a fake. The coin is a fake if the number 1 does not line with the dentil beneath it.
The slope of the numbers is the other way to quickly spot a fake Morgan silver dollar coin. The numbers have to slope upwards to the right in relation to the edge as they progress. If the coin does not have this noticeable character, then the coin is actually a fake.
Letters T and R need to be closely observed with the help of a microscope in the LIBERTY. A detail that resembles a rabbit ear in the base of the R and the T has to have a tiny die scratch.