1901 Morgan Dollar NGC MS63

Choice Mint State

An adequate mintage of 6.9 million Morgan dollars was accomplished in 1901, but the issue is more elusive than the respectable production total would suggest, especially in high grade. Many coins were released into circulation and suffered heavy wear and attrition over the years. Of the coins held in government storage, many were probably melted in 1918, under the provisions of the Pittman Act. Relatively few high-quality examples were saved by contemporary collectors. Today, the 1901 Morgan dollar can be found in circulated grades without much difficulty, while lower Mint State specimens are scarce, and high grade examples are rare. Lighter and brighter than seen in our images.

Offered at $8,860 delivered

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Sharp, Flashy 1901-S Barber Half Dollar PCGS MS65

The 1901-S is the rarest of the first-year 20th century Barber halves, and it boasts the lowest mintage of the three at barely more than 847,000 pieces. The Complete Guide to Certified Barber Coinage ranks this tricky issue third in Mint State rarity, surpassed only by the 1904-S and 1896-O emissions. Circulated examples demand a premium in all grades, and Mint State coins are rarely seen. The one offered here is virtually white, sharply struck and flashy, with plenty of eye appeal. The PCGS population is a mere 6 with 7 higher. Listed at $12,700 in the CDN CPG, $13,000 in the PCGS price guide and $12,500 in Trends.

Offered at $11,850 delivered

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