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U.S. Dollars

  • 1883-CC Morgan Silver Dollar Very Fine

    The isolated Carson City Mint in Nevada struck just 1.2 million Morgan dollars in 1883, about one-tenth the Philadelphia output. Today the 1883-CC issue is far and away the most elusive for the date. Nicely detailed Very Fine quality.

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  • 1885-CC Morgan Silver Dollar Certified MS-64

    This issue's production of just 228,000 was the lowest Carson City mintage of the entire 28-coin series. That year, outputs from the three other mints ranged from 1.4 million to 17.7 million. Many 1885-CC dollars have been lost to melts and attrition,...

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  • 1885-CC Morgan Silver Dollar Very Fine

    The Carson City branch of the U.S.Mint was the smallest minting facility of the time. In 1885 during the heyday of Morgan production, its output of just 228,000 was the lowest CC mintage of the entire series. These coveted CC Morgan silver...

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  • 1890-CC Morgan Silver Dollar Extra Fine

    The 1890-CC Carson City issue remains a key scarcity today — it had a far lower mintage than the year's Philadelphia, New Orleans and San Francisco individual outputs and a disproportionately small number has survived to our day. Relatively few...

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  • 1890-S Morgan Silver Dollar Brilliant Uncirculated

    After the first five San Francisco Mint Morgan issues of 1878-1882, S-mintmark BUs become really tough to find. The 1890-S San Francisco Mint issue is at the most affordable level of S-Mint Morgan BUs in the 1883-1904 span. S Morgans from these years...

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    1890-S Morgan Silver Dollar Extra Fine

    Morgan mintages in the 1880s had been substantial, so few 1890 issues needed to enter commerce. Of those saved in reserve, vast numbers were later lost in government melts. Today, it's estimated that 6-7% remain in collectible condition. San Francisco...

    Was: $89.00
    Now: $59.00
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