Silver Dollar Blog - 1889 Silver Dollar

Sep 01, 2012

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1889 Silver Dollar

1889 Silver Dollar
Mintage Circulation strikes: 21,726,000
Proofs: 811
There is no mint mark on the coin which means it was minted in Philadelphia.

1889-CC Silver Dollar
Mintage Circulation Strikes: 350,000
Proofs: 0
Minted in Carson City

1889-O Silver Dollar
Mintage Circulation strikes: 11,875,000
Proofs: 0
Minted in New Orleans

1889-S Silver Dollar
Mintage Circulation Strikes: 700,000
Proofs: 0
Minted in San Francisco

Random Facts of 1889

Dr. Herman Hollerith receives the 1st U.S. Patent for the tabulating machine. A tabulating machine  is a device used to assist in summarizing information and later will be used for accounting, developed to help with the 1890 Census.

President Grover Cleveland was just ending his presidency. Benjamin Harrison takes over as president of the Untied States March 4th, 1889 - March 4th, 1893

Benjamin Harrison is the 23rd president

George Eastman places Kodak Camera on sale for 1st time

Thomas Edison shows his 1st motion picture

Start of Sherlock Holmes "Adventure of Copper Beeches" there are many Sherlock Holmes that start in 1889

2' of snow accumulates in Rawlins Wyoming

U.S. Mint at Carson City, Nevada reopens! When President Benjamin Harrison was elected president the silver supporters cheered! 

Check out these two posts if you want to learn more about - No Carson City Morgan Dollars minted from 1894-1921 and No Carson city Morgan Dollars minted from 1886-1888



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