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1796 $1 Draped Bust Dollar XF45 PCGS
A challenging coin at this level and impossible in mint state. There are remarkably few distractions on this beauty and the details are crisp. The bright silver surfaces display champagne toning about both sides and there is ample mint luster shining fo
1797 $1 Draped Bust Dollar AU58 PCGS
B-3, BB-71, R.2. Ex: Hesselgesser Collection. An astonishing example for type with spectacular eye-appeal. Although there is some faint die clashing there is little evident of adjustment marks on this piece. The soft dove-gray toning shows a faint gold
1798 $1 Draped Bust Close Date AU50 PCGS
An eye-appealing treat with light silver-gray surfaces and satin-like luster. Traces of original mint luster radiate and any marks are insignificant. A softness of strike is evident on the reverse beneath the "o" in of, but all in all a spectacular repr
1800 $1 Draped Bust XF40 PCGS/CAC
1801 $1 Draped Bust B-4 BB-214 XF45 PCGS/CAC
The obverse is softly toned in dove gray and forest green hues. A splendid example with only a few faint surface marks. Luster glimmers beneath the pleasing toning.
1802 $1 Draped Bust Dollar XF45 PCGS/CAC
CAC stickered for quality and originality. This coin was carefully selected by an astute early dollar collector and you won't be disappointed! Very scarce variety, PCGS has graded but 1 in XF with only one finer. It is believed that less than 100 coins
1802/1 $1 Draped Bust DOLLAR XF45 PCGS/CAC
1878-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS/CAC
1878-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS 2
Ms. Liberty's cheek is pristine...the color is magnificent. You will find soft turquoise toning about the portrait that melts into gold, salmon pink and fuschia toning. The reverse is silver with a textile toning of slate grey splashed atop the surface.
1879-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS66+ PCGS
1880 $1 Trade Dollar PR66* NGC
GORGEOUS! What a special gem. In fact NGC has awarded this coin with a star for extraordinary eye-appeal...If they ever awarded two stars this would be a candidate! The technical merit is astounding, the surfaces are PQ. The reflective fields shine fo
1880-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS/CAC
1880-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67PL PCGS
1881-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS 2
A well executed strike and ample luster have served this gem well. The surfaces are white with twinkling frost.
1882 $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS
Brilliant snowy white luster and a razor sharp strike identify this beauty. The rims are softly toned in amber with a crescent of electric blue on the reverse. A magnificent piece.
1882-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS 2
Cartwheel luster abounds and a rainbow hugs the obverse rim. Most of the obverse is toned in a sea green and yellow. This coin must be seen!
1883-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS66+ PCGS/CAC
1884 $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS
1884-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS
PQ+++++ and sparkling white. This is just the way you want a Morgan Dollar to look...gorgeous.
1884-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS66+ PCGS
1885 $1 Morgan Dollar MS66+ PCGS
Magnificently toned in breathtaking colors. The obverse is toned in soft mint green and powder pink that melts into turquoise and explodes at the rims in deep caramel and russet red. The reverse is untoned but sparkling with luster. The entire coin
1885-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS64+ PCGS
Beautiful syrup rim toning in a caramel hued tone. The brilliant white surfaces are very nice for the grade. Oh-so close to gem.
1885-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS64+PL NGC
GORGEOUS!!! So close to DMPL! Magnificent mirrors and frost that is exciting. Don't miss this opportunity to own a Morgan with exceptional eye-appeal.
1885-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS66+ NGC/CAC
A PQ example of an ever popular date. This 85-CC is bright, sparkling white with impressive luster and frosty devices. What sets this piece apart in our opinion is the technical merits...this coin is as nice as any MS67 you could compare it to. Flawles
1885-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS
A nice O- mint dollar with a soft satin-like luster that graces both sides of the untoned surfaces. Immaculate and brimming with eye-appeal.
1885-O 1 Morgan Dollar MS64 NGC
WOW! What a reverse! Monster Toning that is exciting to view. The obverse is sparkling white, lustrous and very nice for the grade assigned. The reverse is crescent toned atop white surfaces and features colors in tones of turquoise, magenta, am
1886 $1 Morgan Dollar MS66+ PCGS/CAC
Monster color! A desirable gem that is oh-so close to MS67. The obverse is toned in a rainbow of gold, fuchsia, turquoise, purple, and sapphire blue. It is an exceptionally pretty Morgan and CAC certified as well.
1886 $1 Morgan Dollar MS67+ PCGS
Glorious color! What a sweet coin! The cartwheel luster flows atop rainbow shades of turquoise, sapphire blue, yellow, fuchsia and mint green. A MS67+ coin that needs to be in a MS68 holder! Pristine surfaces and eye-appeal that is off the charts.
1887 $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS
A top 100 VAM variety. This alligator eye variety shows doubling at the front edge of the eye. Snow white and boasting brilliant luster this one is a keeper!
1887 $1 Morgan Dollar MS67PL PCGS
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