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1883-0 Morgan Dollar, Gem Uncirculated, Nice Color
Year: 18830
Condition: NGC MS-65
Description: An attractive Gem with "splashy" Obverse toning highlights at the rim in blues & reds, over "old Silver" fields; the Reverse is similar with a bit less color at the rims. A nice coin.
Price: $189.00
Item Id #005790    See Details...
1883-CC Morgan Dollar, Gem Uncirculated
Year: 1883CC
Condition: PCGS MS-65
Description: A nice Gem GEM Uncirculated coin of this popular Carson City date. On sale for Christmas at Greysheet Bid + 5%, Net Wholesale to you when paying by check or MO.
Price: $549.00     Sale Price! $505.00
Item Id #004540    See Details...
1883-CC Morgan Dollar, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1883CC
Condition: MS-63
Description: An original BU coin, equivalent to a certified sixty-three in my opinion. A splash of toning at the bottom half of the coin - this was obviously near the outer portion of the original bag it came from. Crisp, bright surfaces, other than the toned area of course, lustrous and totally problem free.
Price: $229.00
Item Id #005011    See Details...
1884-0 Morgan Dollar, Gem Uncirculated, Nice Color
Year: 18840
Condition: NGC MS-65
Description: An attractive Gem with light to moderate overall "sheet" toning on the Obverse, yellow-red at center with light blue-green rims. Similar color & pattern on the Reverse, just a bit less of it. A nice coin.
Price: $189.00
Item Id #005791    See Details...
1884-CC Morgan Dollar, Original AU, RARE!
Year: 1884CC
Condition: AU-55
Description: (SOLD September, 2016 for $239, on ebay! - that says something about the rarity of this coin) An original Choice Almost Uncirculated coin. Perhaps a bit odd to say, but as common as this date is in Uncirculated condition this is perhaps the RAREST circulated Morgan Dollar of any date (save the non-existant 1895 business strike), as 85% of the original Mintage was held and released in the GSA sales. This spent perhaps a month in circulation, somewhere in the inland Northwest, "Silver Dollar" country even through 1965 or so. Very little high point wear, mainly a loss of luster in the fields. About half of the luster remains under moderate original toning. In my opinion this would easily certify as a fifty-five if submitted (fifty-eight on a good day with a tailwind perhaps). It really does not matter, as if you want a circulated example to match your set, the opportunity does not come along very often. A very cool coin and suitable for someone who wants to match high end circulated coins in a set, rather than sticking in the usual bright white BU coin.
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #004831    See Details...
1885-CC Morgan Dollar, Choice Uncirculated, GSA case
Year: 1885CC
Condition: PCGS MS-64
Description: This is a nice bright original Choice Uncirculated coin in a GSA case, certified in the newer oversized PCGS holder used to house these coins without cracking them out of the government plastic. The GSA sales were the source of perhaps 90% of all of the Uncirculated specimens known. No problems or major marks, just the usual scattering of moderate marks that keep this out of the Gem category. No box or cert card with this coin, although I may be able to scare one up if asked to look - sold for what it is, an attractive and obvious BU Carson City Mint coin. On Sale for Christmas.
Price: $999.00     Sale Price! $899.00
Item Id #004832    See Details...
1885-O Morgan Dollar, Nicely Toned Original BU Coin
Year: 1885O
Condition: NGC MS-64
Description: A nice Uncirculated example of this common date, with a spectacular crescent of electric blue rim toning from 11:00 to 1:00 of the Obverse - the remaining portions of the rims on both sides shows russet red with some touches of yellow. Housed in an old NGC "fatty" holder, which is very clean - unusual to find today which indicates that this was long housed in a collection. Certainly worth a small premium for the color and attractive surfaces.
Price: $129.00
Item Id #005677    See Details...
1885-S Morgan Dollar, Original Well Struck Uncirculated Coin
Year: 1885S
Condition: MS-62+
Description: Well struck for a date that is noted for having weakness at center. Full hair over Liberty's ear and well defined breast feathers on the Eagle. Typical '85-S surfaces in that it is lightly baggy, but a genuine BU example of this scarce, Semi Key date. Bright luster on all white surfaces - my images make this look a bit "blue" but that is due to the lighting used.
Price: $342.00
Item Id #005870    See Details...
1886 Morgan Dollar, Gem Uncirculated
Year: 1886
Condition: PCGS MS-65
Description: Very clean for the grade, a few wispy scuffs on Liberty's cheek, are all that kept this from a higher grade. Common to be sure but a very nice coin and sure to CAC if submitted. Worth a small premium versus the average, commercial, "just made it" 65 you commonly see today.
Price: $189.00
Item Id #005956    See Details...
1886-O Morgan Dollar, Original Choice AU, RARE
Year: 1886O
Condition: AU-55+
Description: An original Choice Almost Uncirculated example of this better New Orleans Mint date, which is a condition rarity. Very scarce overall, rare as an original coin, as most examples close to Unc have been "conserved" to appear better. In my profession opinion as a PCGS dealer, this would most likely certify AU-55, however it appears to be the equal on a number of AU-58 coins sold through Heritage, so who knows. Regardless, a PQ example of a tough date to find about VF, and expensive in Unc. This would not look too far out of place in such a set.
Price: $315.00
Item Id #005851    See Details...
1886-O Morgan Dollar, Original BU Coin, Very Scarce
Year: 1886O
Condition: PCGS MS-62
Description: A numismatic mystery: this date had one of the largest Mintages of any New Orleans Mint Silver Dollar coinage, yet it is an acknowledged scarcity as a true BU. One estimate is that less than 20,000 Uncs remain. The presumption is that a huge majority were melted around the First World War under the Pittman Act. Few bags if any emerged during the 1960's Silver Dollar Rush, and the average survivor tended to be scruffy and poorly struck. This is also one of the worst dates for production quality at New Orleans. Many coins in certified MS-61 and 62 holders are marginal at best in my opinion, having been "processed" or graded shall we say, with a blind eye. Numerous Sliders exist and I am sorry to say that a large number appear to have been greased into certified holders, likely during the "go-go" States Quarter Days (2000 to 2006), when grading standards eased in order to provide the commercial coin market. As of June, 2017 I will note one specifically egregious specimen offered on a certain unnamed Internet site that starts with "e" for $1785, which is an OBVIOUS AU-58 (which is also why it is offered considerably below the PCGS Price Guide value!). Regardless, this is a true, original old time BU coin out of a Washington Dollar hoard. Well struck, bright & lustrous, with no major hits, just a scattering of light scuffs and marks appropriate to the grade. Full breast feathers on the Eagle and hair over Liberty's ear, unusual for this date. Prior to certification, this was being offered as an "MS-63" by the prior owner, and it is not terribly far off - that one point less saves you about $1000.
Price: $1,799.00
Item Id #005948    See Details...
1887-O Morgan Dollar, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1887O
Condition: MS-63
Description: A nice bright white Uncirculated example. This date seems a little underrated to me, as I don't see as many true BU's as the relatively low price would indicate exist. The large number of "Sliders" masquerading as "Unc" coins has tended to keep the price down below MS-64.
Price: $133.00
Item Id #005955    See Details...
1887-S Morgan Dollar, Uncirculated, PCGS Certified
Year: 1887S
Condition: PCGS MS-62
Description: A true original BU, this shows some typical mostly light, scattered marks (one mark of note is mentioned for accuracy, on the Eagle's chest). Otherwise fully lustrous and showing no toning, and has never been dipped.
Price: $199.00
Item Id #004834    See Details...
1887-S Morgan Dollar, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1887S
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: An original BU example of this better date, out of an old set. This coin is very clean overall and would easily certify as MS-64, except for a light scuff across Liberty's cheek from contact with an album slide at some point. Still probably a technical MS-63, priced as just a nice BU coin.
Price: $210.00
Item Id #005850    See Details...
1887-S Morgan Dollar, Choice Almost Uncirculated
Year: 1887S
Condition: AU-55+
Description: An original AU/Unc example of this better date, which circulated very briefly, likely in the 1960's, before being put aside. Nice color and almost all of the luster remains, just a bit of scuffing wear.
Price: $63.00
Item Id #005849    See Details...
1888-S Morgan Dollar, Circulated
Year: 1888S
Condition: Fine-12
Description: A date that has become difficult to find in recent years, even up here in "S Mint Country". This example is your average Fine, as it shows some light marks but the color is reasonably good and no major "warts" to mention. Priced at about Wholesale.
Price: $129.00
Item Id #002968    See Details...
1888-S Morgan Dollar, Original Uncirculated Better date Coin
Year: 1888S
Condition: MS-61/62
Description: An original Uncirculated example of this better date with light original toning. A bit baggy and some notable scuffs & scratches, but about average for a Dollar that undoubtedly was put aside during the 1960's "Silver Dollar Rush".
Price: $379.00
Item Id #005416    See Details...
1888-S Morgan Dollar, Original Choice AU/Unc
Year: 1888S
Condition: AU-58
Description: A very original AU/Uncirculated example of this better date, with light scattered scuffing under original color. Undoubtedly was put aside during the 1960's "Silver Dollar Rush". This is the type of coin "processed" to offer as a bargain priced Unc, as true strictly Uncirculated examples are not particularly common.
Price: $249.00
Item Id #005818    See Details...
1888-S Morgan Dollar, Scarce Near Gem Example
Year: 1888S
Condition: PCGS MS-64
Description: (SOLD April, 2017) A tough, low mintage date, difficult to find in Uncirculated grades even here in "S Mint Country". A fresh coin out of an old Eastern Oregon collection, well struck and with attractive light toning highlights. Bowers notes that the strike on this date is often "unsatisfactory" - NOT a problem with this coin. The PCGS Population drops off rapidly after this grade, and the price jumps considerably. This is a very clean, PQ 64 as the images clearly show, with only one area of marks of note. The toning color and pattern are similar to those of coins from the Redfield hoard sold by Paramount - I do not know if that was the source of this coin, but if it was cracked out of a Redfield holder, it was a long time ago. Most MS-64 coins of this date are either white, or have somewhat unattractive toning - not a problem with this coin I will also note that this coin is cleaner and more attractive that several others I reviewed being offered on other venues. I think that I can safely guarantee a CAC sticker on this coin ...
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #005638    See Details...
1889-S Morgan Dollar, Original AU/Unc Slider
Year: 1889S
Condition: AU-58
Description: A true original AU/Unc fifty-eight "slider". Quite scarce as almost all coins that look like this have been dipped out to appear "Unc" in order to catch the $100+ spread in values. Yes, this is expensive for an AU, but I rarely see coins this original.
Price: $159.00
Item Id #005729    See Details...
1889-S Morgan Dollar, Original Uncirculated Coin
Year: 1889S
Condition: Uncirculated
Description: An original Uncirculated example of this better San Francisco Mint date. Fully bright & original, this shows the light scattered marks that define an MS-60 to 62 Morgan Dollar. It is a common misconception among newer collectors that "Uncirculated coins can't have marks", which allows the less scrupulous to sell them processed AU coins as "Unc", at a "bargain" price. I suggest a thorough reading of the ANA Grading Guidelines, as well as those of PCGS/NGC. Regardless, this is a true BU coin - what "number" would get assigned by the services if submitted tends to depend on how the graders feel on that particular day. I will suggest MS-61 or 62. The small reddish spot on the Reverse is a stain left by an old grease spot.
Price: $299.00
Item Id #005819    See Details...
1890 Morgan Dollar, Choice Uncirculated
Year: 1890
Condition: Choice Uncirculated (MS-63)
Description: A original Choice BU coin, but like most of this date it lacks some of the "pizazz" that the 1880's dates show. Poor strikes and bagmarks, with so-so luster are the rule, not the exception. This is reflected in the difference between the MS-63 price ($75 or so) and that of a true MS-65 Gem at over $2,000!! The coin offered here is bright and original, with light scattered marks to account for the grade; it does show some light weakness of overall detail due to the fact that both dies saw extended use and show die cracks.
Price: $75.00
Item Id #005163    See Details...
1890-O Morgan Dollar, Original Choice BU Coin
Year: 1890O
Condition: MS-63+
Description: A PQ Choice BU example. This date has a very large premium in MS-64 versus MS-63, due largely to typically indifferent strike and excessive handling by the Mint & Treasury resulting in mostly baggy coins. This coin tempts one to submit it for grading, but I think it short of the mark for a 64. Still, this has a good although not perfect strike and is a solid example of a date that usually comes just average.
Price: $129.00
Item Id #005954    See Details...
1890-O Morgan Dollar, Original Choice BU Coin
Year: 1890O
Condition: Choice Uncirculated
Description: Well struck & lustrous,a few small scattered marks - a more typical Choice BU for the date.
Price: $114.00
Item Id #005213    See Details...
1891-CC Morgan Dollar,
Year: 1891CC
Condition: PCGS MS-64
Description: (SOLD Feb. 2015 - the listing left posted for the information value) An attractive, bright white "no doubt" Choice BU example of this tougher Carson City Mint date. Also an example of the "Spitting Eagle" variety (VAM 3), so named for a small die gouge in front of the Eagle's beak. While not rare, it is famous as one of the first "VAMs" to catch the public's attention after the GSA Dollar sales of the 1970's.
Price: Price On Request
Item Id #003608    See Details...