1878 was the first year of issue for this coin. Of the 5 types of 1878 Morgan Dollars the values for the coins are about the same for circulated examples $39.00-$55.00 dependi…ng on grade and type. (MORE)
This depends on the country/organization. See related questions. US: Rutherford Birchard Hayes. Rutherford B. Hayes was the 19th President of the Unit…ed States from 1877 March 4 to 1881 March 4. He was previously the Governor of Ohio.(MORE)
George S. Houston (bon January 17, 1811 in Franklin, Tennessee; died December 31, 1879 in Athens, Alabama) succeeded David P. Lewis as the twenty-fourth Governor of Alabama, s…erving between November 24, 1874 and November 28, 1878.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Houston's term as Governor, Rufus W. Cobb (born February 25, 1829 in Ashville, Alabama; died November 26, 1913 in Birmingham, Alabama) became the twenty-fifth Governor of Alabama, serving between November 28, 1878 and December 1, 1882. (MORE)
Harrison Ludington (born July 30, 1812 in Dutchess County, New York; died June 17, 1891) succeeded William Robert Taylor as the thirteenth Governor of Wisconsin, serving betwe…en January 3, 1876 and January 7, 1878.\n.
\nFollowing the end of Ludington's term as Governor, William E. Smith (born June 18, 1824 in Kincardineshire, Scotland; died February 13, 1883) became the fourteenth Governor of Wisconsin, serving between January 7, 1878 and January 2, 1882. (MORE)
The United States Mint issued 6 different denominations of gold coins in 1878, One Dollar, Quarter Eagle ($2.50), Three Dollars, Half Eagle ($5), Eagle ($10), and Double Eagle… ($20). Depending on which of these coins you have, what condition it is in, and what mintmark it has, this coin can be worth anywhere from $200 to $40,000. (MORE)
George T. Anthony (born June 9, 1824 in Mayfield, New York; died August 5, 1896 in Topeka, Kansas) succeeded Thomas A. Osborn as the seventh Governor of Kansas, serving betwen… January 8, 1877 and January 13, 1879, including the whole of 1878. (MORE)