The caption said, "When mentioning the word Morgan Dollars to a grandparent, their eyes might just light up a little. These valuable coins came into circulation two centuries ago, and demand for them in the 1920’s was incredibly high. Unfortunately, as supply increased, their value dropped exponentially. These days, you’re more likely to earn a decent return from selling your grandmother’s silver set than trying to get a seller willing to fork out a couple of dollars. Nevertheless, it is still an important part of history." I was incredulous: "fork out a couple of dollars"??!! I wanted to contact the writer and say, "If you have any Morgan dollars, I will buy them all for a 'couple of dollars' each." Is the non-collector world really that clueless? Just thought I would share this with you.