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1881-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS/CAC3
Essentially untoned and displaying the characteristically sharp strike and alluring luster qualities for the date. The CAC sticker attests to the quality and originality. A sliver of magenta toning peeks through on the reverse at the rim.
1796 $1 Draped Bust Sm. Date Sm. Letters VF20 PCGS
When assembling a set of Early Dollar varieties you will find this is one of the hardest to acquire. This is housed in an old green holder and shows alluring, glimmering luster. Lightly toned in soft silver and amber this piece is graced with exciting e
1798 $1 Draped Bust Dollar 10 Arrows VF25 PCGS
Pleasing surfaces with almond gold and lavender undertones. Spectacular luster and definition for the date. This coin is luminous and brimming with eye-appeal.
1798 $1 Draped Bust Small Eagle, 13 stars XF45 PCGS
Cardinal Collection pedigreed!!!! What early dollar collector would not want to own a piece for that historical collection. A small eagle early dollar that is exciting to view. Original gray/lavendar patina is still evident and there is much detail to s
1798 $1 Draped Bust XF45 PCGS
In XF45 there are only 3 coins, with one finer in AU55! Very difficult early dollar, it is the B-11, BB-111 Variety, from the Miller collection. The raised die crack from Ms. Liberty's chin to the rim is very prominent in this piece. Medium gray surface
1798 $1 Wide Date Draped Bust F15 PCGS
This wide date variety of the 1798 bust dollar is a very desirable piece for the early Americana aficionado. Light gray surfaces show moderate contact and lighter silver/gray on the high points. Extraordinary eye-appeal in our opinion. A pleasing mid-r
1799 $1 Draped Bust Dollar VF25 NGC
BB-159 Variety, obverse 5 stars right. This beauty is brimming with eye-appeal and original luster and amber toning that bursts through the patina. A stellar strike is evident.
1800 $1 Draped Bust Dollar 10 Arrows AU50 PCGS
Considerable luster illuminates this lightly circulated variety. It is the B-15,BB-195 10 Arrows variety, which the early dollar collector realizes is not an easy find. Original medium gray toning graces both sides. The design details are struck and th
1800 $1 Draped Bust Wide Date Low 8 XF40 PCGS
Considerable mint luster shines through the pleasing light silver surfaces. A select survivor with impressive preservation and detail for the grade. Superb eye-appeal.
1802/1 $1 Draped Bust Dollar AU50 PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. This is almost an impossible coin to locate B-2, BB-233 Wide Date. There are 2 coins in PCGS AU50, and 1 MS64! Sweet amber toning is impressive!
1847 $1 Seated Liberty Dollar MS62+ PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Faintly hued in soft champagne this coin looks white upon first glance. Some contact marks are visible, but overall this coin is a stellar representative of the series.
1876 Trade Dollar MS64 PCGS
WOW! A blazer! Sparkling, diamond bright white patina with luster that excites. Very nice for the grade, in fact we think this coin looks gem! Spectacular eye-appeal.
1876-CC $1 Trade Dollar MS61 PCGS
Carson City coinage is always in demand. The history will draw you in, the exquisite surfaces will make you smile! The dazzling luster and icy white patina on this piece is exceptional. A very good date, with surfaces that are near prooflike. Exceptio
1877-S $1 Trade Dollar AU50 PCGS
Very nice type coin. Well struck with all design elements intact. A soft white patina encompasses both sides with a portion of original mint luster obvious. Nice eye-appeal.
1877-S $1 Trade Dollar MS63 NGC
There are just a few too many tiny nicks about this coin to prevent the gem grade desired. However, it displays lovely toning and superior luster qualities. A perfect San Francisco minted dollar for a type set! Extraordinary eye-appeal.
1878-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS/CAC
Above average eye appeal and luster qualities. CAC certified for quality and originality. There is no hint of color and mint luster rolls around unimpeded by the smallest of imperfections.
1879-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS 2
Sparkling, diamond white brilliance dances atop the pristine surfaces. This coin is PQ+++++. Well struck and satiny. Ms. Liberty's cheek is as smooth as you will ever see on a MS65!
1879-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67+ PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Sparkling diamond white surfaces...Razor sharp strike...Immaculate surfaces...shimmering luster. What more could one ask? This coin is beautiful and as near MS68 as we have seen.
1880 $1 Morgan Dollar PR67+ Cameo NGC
In 1880 the Philadelphia Mint coined 1,355 proof Morgan dollars. This is one of the premier survivors! A top shelf example with mirrors that are deeply impressed and frostiness that is amazing. Very near Ultra Cameo and graded PR67+ VERY conservatively
1880-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS65DMPL PCGS 2
This premium gem displays frosty devices and strong luster qualities. A well struck and snow white appearance is enhanced by soft amber about the rims. Only minor minute marks have limited the grade on this elegant Morgan.
1880-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS64 PCGS
Glorious color! Gem look to the surfaces! Blazing luster...what more could one ask? Cartwheel luster and autumnal shades of orange, gold and russet red have combined to create a very special coin from the New Orleans mint!
1880-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 NGC/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Lovely lavender surfaces and dazzling diamond bright luster are the hallmark of this sweet Morgan. A splendidly preserved example with almost proof-like surfaces.
1880-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS/CAC 2
A date that comes very nice, one of the better produced dates in the series...however...this coin still is a standout! Flawless surfaces and booming luster with fully struck devices. The frosty sheen that envelopes the piece and hint of rainbow toning on
1880-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67+ PCGS 2
PQ+++++ The surfaces are prooflike, although not graded as such. An amazing Morgan with exceptional eye-appeal and Monster luster qualities!
1880-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67+ PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. FLASHY!!! Glorious translucent lavender color gently graces both sides in a stunning pattern. Bright white luster qualities and Immaculate!
1881 $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS 2
Wonderful, diamond bright white surfaces. Cartwheel luster and pinpoint striking. The holder is a bit nicked up, the coin is very nice for the grade!
1881-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS 2
An exquisite example of one of the most lustrous and well made dates in the series. Mr. Simpson thought this coin was special and we do too! Shocking pink peeks out from the obverse rim and melts into turquoise blue, yellow, baby blue, pink and lavender
1881-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS68 PCGS/CAC 2
CAC certified for quality and originality. Old Green Holder! Sparkling luster and immaculate surfaces...what more could you ask?
1882-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 NGC/CAC 2
CAC certified for quality and originality. The diamond bright white surfaces are blazing in cartwheel luster. This is a date that comes lustrous, but this coin is a step above the rest. Pristine.
1883 $1 Morgan Dollar PR67 Cameo NGC
WHOA BABY, put on your sunglasses! The diamond white brilliance of this proof Morgan could blind you! This is a real find, with just the look we are so fond of on a proof Morgan. Silvery, crystal clear mirrors and frosty devices.
1883-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS
COLOR!!! The magnificent colors glide beautifully atop the obverse in a uniform way that is irresistible. In front of Ms. Liberty's face the color is soft turquoise, it melts into brilliant pink and orange...then stunning yellow and turquoise at 3 o'clo
1884-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS66DMPL PCGS
Stunning! Pristine silver surfaces and super contrast! Impressive frost and a precise strike. Extant for the Carson City Mint.
1885-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS66+ PCGS
A well defined, premium gem that sports extraordinary eye-appeal. The luster qualities are outstanding and the brilliant patina makes for one beautiful Morgan Dollar.
1885-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS64 NGC/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Lustrous surfaces display an amazing toning pattern. Splashes of lavender, russet red, turquoise and amber adorn the obverse. An untoned reverse shows gemlike surfaces.
1885-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS64 PCGS
The image does not do this coin justice. A stripe across Ms. Liberty's face is a stunning shade of magenta and purple. The majority of the obverse is sky blue and gold with amazing luster qualities. An elegant Morgan that must be seen!
1885-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Stunning cartwheel luster has joined with vivid amber toning and diamond white surfaces to create a visual treat. Very nice with superb eye-appeal.
1886 $1 Morgan Dollar MS64 PCGS
WOW!! The reverse on this monster has an S curve of wonder! A lovely pattern of Caribbean blue, Ruby red, amber, and Cobalt blue dance atop the coin. Another beauty that must been seen in hand to be believed!
1886 $1 Morgan Dollar MS64 PCGS 2
Stunning crescent toning on the obverse makes this beauty a real standout. The white is brilliant and the colors of sapphire blue, turquoise, magenta and gold are very near neon. A spectacular coin that is A++++ for eye appeal.
1887 $1 Morgan Dollar MS67 PCGS 2
WOW! Monster Alert! Spectacular colors and textile toning on the obverse! We note: emerald green, fuchsia, turquoise, yellow, orchid and pink all on the obverse. The surfaces are immaculate. A fine opportunity!
1887-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS 2
A stunning example for the date. The surfaces are so clean and the color is spectacular. The obverse is white with a rim of sapphire blue. Turn this gem over and the reverse will delight. It is coral in the center, surrounded by sapphire blue and emer
1888 $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Enchanting silver surfaces are magnificently graced with a rainbow crescent on the obverse. We think this piece shows above average luster and quality for the grade and the color is eye candy!
1888 $1 Morgan Dollar PR66 NGC
Gorgeous mirrors! This is cameo contrast on this coin, but evidently not quite enough to grade cameo. The crystal clear silver mirrors enhance the frosty devices. Pristine! Outstanding eye-appeal!
1888-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS64 PCGS
Wonderful example of a New Orleans issue. The luster is flashy, the centers are brilliant white and the rims are toned. On the rims of both sides we see electric blue and caramel and amber.
1889-S $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS
A better date Morgan with sparkling, snowy patina and cartwheel luster to delight. This exceptional piece is premium for the grade! A crisp strike, flawless fields, and very few marks are evident. The 1889-S issue becomes scarce above gem and PCGS ranks
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
1890-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS 2
WOW! Look at the cheek on this beauty. It is pristine! This coin is sparkling, diamond bright white and shows cartwheel luster. A very special coin indeed.
1891-CC $1 Morgan Dollar MS64 PCGS 2
WOW! Amazing gemlike surfaces are enchanting silver/white. The coin is so close to gem, with cartwheel luster and no marks worthy of mention. PCGS Price Guide for the date is $1,600, but this coin is above average in eye-appeal. Very pretty!
1893 $1 Morgan Dollar MS64 PCGS
A choice date at an affordable grade level. This piece is satin-like with a soft white patina throughout. Very nice for the grade we would grade the obverse 65 but there is a small scratch on the reverse accounting for the grade. Nice eye-appeal!
1898-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS65 PCGS
Rich, vibrant color in shades of emerald green, pink, and amber tone the entire obverse. The reverse is untoned. Very nice for the grade.
1900 $1 Lafayette Commemorative MS65 PCGS 2
Exquisite luster qualities and spectacular color have presented us with a superb example of the only dollar commemorative produced. The center obverse is bright white with just a hint of carnation pink on Lafayette's and Washington's face. The rims are
1900 $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Smooth icy white surfaces are as nice as you would expect for the grade. PQ+++++
1902 $1 Morgan Dollar MS66 PCGS
A lustrous Morgan that shows impressively clean fields. Virtually untoned with a silky finish to the patina.
1902-O $1 Morgan Dollar MS66+ PCGS
A soft veil of mint green, soft lavender, blue and lemon yellow envelope the entire coin. The luster shines through the pretty toning and this coin has remarkably clean surfaces for the grade.
1903 $1 Morgan Dollar PR66+ PCGS
Hello Gorgeous! Deeply mirrored fields are highlighted by stunning color about the rims. Most of the coin is bathed in a soft champagne hue. The obverse rim is toned in russet-gold and violet color. The reverse shows the same color (it is similar to a
1921 $1 Morgan Dollar MS66+ PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Last year of issue for the perennially popular Morgan Dollar. Pinpoint striking and cartwheel luster are evident. Untoned but for a hint of blush on Ms. Liberty's cheek!
1923 $1 Peace Dollar MS66+ PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Satin-like luster abounds! Untoned and near flawless surfaces have combined to create a visual treat.
1924 $1 Peace Dollar MS66+ PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Stunning! Brilliant white and displaying cartwheel luster. Pristine surfaces!!!
1925 $1 Peace Dollar MS65 PCGS 2
A monster toned Peace dollar...well you don't see these every day! This coin is lustrous with a white obverse center surrounded by caramel colored toning. The reverse eagle is encircled by a cobalt blue ring and caramel toning at the rim. Very pretty i
1934 $1 Peace Dollar MS66 PCGS
Diamond bright surfaces explode off the coin! Icy white with flashy luster qualities that will not disappoint. We think this coin looks like a candidate for regrade, it is as nice as any 66+ we have seen. A 66+ recently traded for $7,931! Extraordinar
1934-D $1 Peace Dollar MS65 PCGS
PQ++++++ We think this gorgeous coin is under-graded. It is immaculate. Bright white and super lustrous. PCGS price guide lists the date and grade at $1,600
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