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.
Blast white and well struck with semi proof-like surfaces.
A beautiful blast white Gem with highly reflective proof-like surfaces and design elements that are heavily frosted.
Flashy semi proof-like surfaces with crisp white luster and frosted devices.
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.
A gorgeous blast white Gem with nice frost on the devices.
A beautiful blast white Premium Gem with wonderful contrast between the mirrored fields and the frosted devices. There are simply no significant marks on this lovely 'Morgan' and no other proof-likes have graded higher at PCGS or NGC.
Blazing luster and a sharp strike.
Very well struck with creamy white luster and a touch of peripheral toning. An arc of more prominent rainbow toning at the left reverse border gives this beauty an extra spark of character.
Crisp white luster.
Blast white with mirrored fields and nice snowy frost on the devices.
Crisp white luster and a sharp strike.
Crisp white luster with elegant frost on the design elements giving this Premium Gem outstanding eye appeal.
CAC. Intense blast white luster and a great strike with minimal marks. The contrast between the frosted devices and the gorgeous proof-like fields produces a stunning 'cameo'. Fantastic quality!
CAC. Satiny surfaces with blast white luster and a great strike.
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.