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.
Frosty white design features contrast with reflective watery white fields to produce a strong cameo.
Satiny white luster and a sharp strike. Popular first year 'Morgan' from the Carson City Mint.
A Superb Gem with radiant brilliant white luster and touches of light gold that cling to the periphery. The cheek and neck are very clean and the surfaces are nearly pristine. The strike is razor-sharp. Only a single coin has graded numerically finer at PCGS.
Weak 7/8TF. Underlying feathers are less pronounced but still very noticeable. Strong white luster and a razor-sharp strike. Housed in an old 'blue label' holder.
Reverse of 1878.
Flashy white surfaces include a proof-like reverse and a razor-sharp strike.
A beautiful soft champagne hue rests upon brilliant mirror fields and lightly frosted devices. The surfaces are virtually pristine and eye appeal is super. A first year 'Morgan' with only 500 pieces minted. Just 8 pieces, including cameo examples, have graded finer at NGC.
Sharply struck with crisp white luster. The reverse is proof-like with a touch of gold at the rim.
Blast white with heavy frost on the design and very deep proof-like fields.
CAC. Visually stunning with frosty white luster framed by a touch of gold and turquoise at the rim. The fields have a beautiful watery white texture and with the frosted design create a nice cameo.
CAC. VAM-3, Capped CC. Crisp white luster with a touch of gold and a sharp strike.
Capped Die. White lustrous surfaces and a strong strike with just a trace of friction and minimal marks.
A very attractive example of this better date with pure white luster and a sharp strike.