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1798 $1 Draped Bust Dollar XF45 PCGS/CAC
A phenomenal piece and in fact this is the PCGS coinfacts plate coin. What a beauty! The sparkling silver patina is highlighted by splashes of translucent burgundy and electric blue. Superbly struck and all the design elements are magnificent. CAC pop
1799/8 $1 Draped Bust Dollar 15 Rev. Stars AU55 PCGS
Soft silvery, gray dominates all but the obverse rim of this lightly toned overdate dollar. Just a sliver of lavender peeks at the rim at 12:00 o'clock. A hint of wear is present on Liberty's cheek and shoulder, and on the eagle's head and breast. Refresh
1799/8 $1 Draped Bust Dollar 15 Stars MS62 PCGS
A double engraving error: the second 9 in the date was punched over a previous 8 on the obverse, and on the reverse 15 stars were punched into the upper field rather than the standard 13. This overdate is listed as a separate type in A Guide Book of Unite
1800 $1 Draped Bust Dollar Americai AU53 PCGS/CAC
The Americai variety is always a popular coin and in demand as such. This breathtaking coin is soft gray in color and displays fantastic, glittering luster beneath the patina. The importance of eye-appeal cannot be overstated and this coin has it all!
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
1879 $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS 2
Vivid shades of amber and rosy pink are surrounded by rim toning in cobalt blue. Both sides are equally toned in a magnificent pattern of colors. Flawless fields and pinpoint striking complete the picture.
1880 $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS
Both sides feature sparkling white luster and a crisp strike. At the rims vivid, electric blue and magenta encircle both sides. Eye-appeal that is off the charts.
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
1881 $1 Morgan Dollar PR67 PCGS
Hello Gorgeous! We love proof Morgans and just can't seem to locate enough of them for our client's demands...here is a very special coin indeed. Album toning at it's most extraordinary and pristine surfaces! The obverse sports booming luster ben
1882-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PL PCGS
A stunning representative of a prooflike Morgan. The surfaces are flawless! Substantial reflectivity and pinpoint striking complete the package.
1882-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS 2
Although not graded as such, this sparkling white Morgan has a PL (prooflike) appearance. Not your average Morgan...this coin has pizzazz!
1883-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS66DMPL PCGS/CAC
Intense cameo contrast...CAC certified for quality...Shimmering white surfaces...this coin has it all.
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 MS64 PCGS/CAC
CAC! MONSTER TONING! Seldom seen with this magnificent crescent toning. The obverse is graced with textile toning of turquoise, electric blue, yellow, magenta, neon green and shocking pink. Ms. Liberty's head is surrounded by intense color and sparkling
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 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.
1886-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS 2
Better date S mint Morgan...always in demand. This gem sports cartwheel luster beneath soft dove gray toning. Very clean devices and fields.
1887-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS
Beautiful sparkling white luster abounds. A crisp strike is highlighted by surfaces that are much nicer than the grade would imply. PCGS Price Guide lists this date at $2,800
1890-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 NGC/CAC
Magnificent cartwheel luster and virtually stone white color have set this Morgan apart. The surfaces are stunning with no marks of note..in fact this coin is a candidate for regrade as we think it is PQ+++++! We can't stress how very special this examp
1891-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS65+ PCGS
Interesting eye-appeal with satinlike luster peeking through the soft pastel colors. The obverse is ringed in brilliant sky blue and green just at the stars. Plus graded for exceptional technical merit.
1892-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS64 NGC/CAC
A bright, sparkling white near gem that will not disappoint! PQ for the grade, in fact we believe this coin is a candidate for regrade. CAC has stickered the coin for quality and we could not agree more. Silky smooth surfaces and pinpoint striking comp
1894-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS64+ PCGS
SEMI-KEY DATE...Faint autumnal gold and orange hug the rims and cartwheel luster bursts forth on both sides. Nice for the grade. Oh-so close to MS65! Only 11 examples have graded finer. Lustrous and attractive and destined for a premier Morgan Dollar c
1898 $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS/CAC
CAC Certified. Brilliant white with spectacular cartwheel luster.
1898 $1 Morgan Dollar PR66 Ultra Cameo NGC
This is a gem that displays amazing mirrors and spectacular cameo contrast. Not a spot or speck to be seen and the diamond bright, white patina is stunning. There has been an absence of beautiful proof type of this caliber recently and we are thrilled t
1903-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS
Lustrous and sharply struck with a dusting of gold and copper-colored freckles at the rims. Immaculate surfaces.
1921-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS
POP 57 with 2 graded MS66+ and no MS67's ever graded at PCGS. Bright luster emanates from both sides of this select Morgan. The design features are well struck and the color is stunning, brilliant white! An amazing piece that is very nice for the grade
1923-S $1 Peace Dollar MS65 PCGS 2
Softly frosted surfaces are toned throughout is subtle peach toning. Housed in an old green PCGS holder this coin would be impossible to improve upon...looks like an upgrade potential to us.
1926-S $1 Peace Dollar MS64+ PCGS
Highly lustrous surfaces reveal whispers of ocean blue and caramel around the peripheries. Frosty and sharply struck with extraordinary this coin is oh-so close to gem. From the Teich Family Collection.
1927 $1 Peace Dollar MS65 PCGS
Sparkling, diamond white surfaces are simply enchanting. It is very difficult to acquire one finer in terms of grade...and you could not improve upon this beauty in the eye-appeal department.
1927-D $1 Peace Dollar MS65 PCGS 2
The 27-D is the rarest of all the D mint Peace Dollars. This beauty is the cream of the crop! White patina is graced with the thinnest veil of almond gold toning and the fields are immaculate. A coin to consider regrading as the price jumps to 10K in a
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