Morgan Dollars are one of the most popular of all U.S. coins. They were minted in Philadelphia, Carson City, Denver, and San Francisco.
Morgan Dollars were made from 1878 to 1921. 270,232,722 coins were melted under the Pittman Act of 1918 so mintage figures for Morgan Dollars are not necessarily a true indication of rarity.
Crisp white luster.
Crisp brilliant luster with a touch of gold primarily at the rim.
Frosty white luster and a sharp strike.
Rich satiny white luster and a sharp strike with beautiful, nearly mark-free surfaces.
CAC. Super quality with vibrant blast white luster and frosted devices. The strike is needle-sharp and the nearly mark-free surfaces are spectacular!
Strong 7/8 Feathers. Frosty white luster with mirrored fields that are nearly DMPL.
Strong Tail Feathers. Vibrant frosty white luster and a sharp strike with nearly unblemished surfaces.
Reverse of 1879. Crisp white luster and a sharp strike.
Reverse of 1878. Frosty white design features contrast dramatically with mirrored fields on this beautiful Gem 'first-year 'Morgan'. A ring of gold at the rim attests to the originality of this piece.
Blazing white luster with heavy frost on the design and strong contrast with deep watery fields. 8 Tail Feather dollars are frequently seen with just one side being proof-like. True obverse/reverse DMPL's are quite scarce. PCGS has only graded 5 DMPL's numerically finer than this example.
Crisp white luster and a sharp strike with a proof-like obverse and satiny reverse.
Blast white with frosted devices and nearly mark-free surfaces.
Stunning brilliant white surfaces display thick frost and an excellent strike. Only 7 coins grade finer at PCGS.
Brisk brilliant surfaces with heavily frosted design features that contrast nicely against highly reflective fields. A nice looking coin with strong eye appeal.
CAC. Perfect CC. Thick frosty white luster with semi proof-like fields and a very sharp strike. Definitely P.Q. for the grade with outstanding surfaces.
CAC. Perfect CC. Frosty white devices contrast with flashy white fields. A thin multi-color accent clings to the outermost periphery. The look is outstanding.
Capped Die. Crisp white luster and a sharp strike with a great 'look' for the grade!
Perfect 'CC'. Blast white with frosted design features and a sharp strike.
CAC. Capped Die. Well struck with rich original cream-white surfaces that have a very light champagne hue. High grade 'Capped Dies' are considerably scarcer than the 'Perfect CC's' as the later was heavily represented in the GSA hoard.