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 luster and well struck.
CAC. Blast white and frosty with outstanding 'black and white' contrast. A beautiful coin that seems conservatively graded.
Frosty white luster and very well struck with flashy semi proof-like surfaces. This popular first year Morgan from the Carson City mint has outstanding eye appeal.
Well struck with crisp white luster.
CAC. Bold contrast between the deep mirrored surfaces and the heavily frosted devices give this blast white beauty fantastic eye appeal.
Blast white with nice cameo contrast between the frosted design elements and the mirrored fields.
Blast white with beautiful cameo contrast.
Well struck with frosty white luster and minimal marks. Ms. Liberty's cheek is particularly clean.
Crisp white luster with elegant frost on the design elements giving this Premium Gem outstanding eye appeal.
This Superb Gem has rich, radiant brilliant luster with a thin sliver of yellow toning at the rim. The strike is razor sharp and the beautiful surfaces show no significant marks. Only a single coin has graded higher at PCGS.
Strong feathers. Beautiful frosty white luster and a sharp strike with a semi proof-like obverse. The surfaces are particularly clean with no significant abrasions.
Strong 7/8 feathers. Crisp white luster with mirrored surfaces and nicely frosted design elements.
Strong under-feathers. Crisp white luster with nice cameo producing contrast between the frosted design elements and the highly reflective fields. Only 3 have graded finer at PCGS.
CAC. Strong under feathers. Nice frosty brilliant surfaces with a touch of gold at the rim. The strike is very sharp and there are very few marks of which none are significant. A beautiful coins that seems very conservatively graded.
Reverse of 1878.