1889-CC Morgan Dollar NGC MS65PL

Yes, it’s True!

The small original mintage for this issue was the result of the short period of time available for coinage, just three months at the end of 1889. The Carson City Mint reopened on July 1, 1889 after a four-year hiatus. The facility was in poor condition, due to neglect and idleness, and necessary repairs to the building and machinery imposed a long delay on coining operations. Coinage was finally resumed in October, and only 350,000 pieces were produced before the end of the year. Due to the extremely large collector base for Morgan dollars, this issue is typically under significant pressure to satisfy demand. The one offered here is color-free, flashy and gorgeous! This and one other are tied for the highest graded by NGC and PCGS hasn’t graded any PL examples this high.

Offered at $395,000 delivered

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1880-CC Morgan Dollar NGC MS67

Superb, Super Frosty

Demand for high-grade Carson City material is strong across all denominations and series, but Morgan dollars in particular seem to capture the hearts and mind of collectors. Part of what makes high-end Nevada mint Morgans so interesting are the numerous forces that work to influence their availability and collectability. For example, many issues, like the 1880-CC, have low mintages. But they were often also widely held in storage through the mid-20th century. Essentially, relatively few coins were made, a high proportion of them survive, but even that sizeable number is insufficient to fully satisfy demand. This particular example exhibits frosty surfaces and a wonderful overall appearance. The NGC population is 35 with 4 higher.

Offered at $15,185 delivered

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1880-CC Morgan Dollar NGC MS67

Frosty and Superb “GSA Hoard”

Offered at $15,450 delivered

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1874-CC Trade Dollar PCGS MS64

A Virtually White Blazer

Nearly the entire mintage of 1.3 million 1874-CC Trade dollars was exported to East Asia, where the coins could still be found in circulation as recently as the 1940s. This is the most commonly encountered issue with chop marks, yet it is one of the most elusive dates in high Mint State grades. Near-Gems are rare and Gems are extremely rare, as few coins were saved for numismatic purposes. Considerably more lustrous and flashier when viewed in hand. Only eight have been graded higher at PCGS, half of those being MS64+ representatives. 

Offered at $17,250 delivered

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1882-CC Liberty Double Eagle PCGS MS62

Rare Uncirculated

Only 39,140 Liberty double eagles were struck at the Carson City Mint in 1882, a small production total in absolute terms, but just about average in the context of the series, which is known for its low mintages. In fact, no twenty-dollar coins were struck at Carson City in the previous two years. Still, the 1882-CC is definitely elusive in MS62 condition, and finer coins are virtually unobtainable. Only 6 have been graded higher by PCGS, 3 of them being MS62+ examples and none finer than MS63.

Offered at $31,925 delivered

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1884-CC Liberty Double Eagle PCGS MS62

Tough Unc. Twenty Lib.CGS MS62

No circulation strikes were manufactured at the Philadelphia Mint in 1884, placing even greater demand on Carson City double eagles minted that year (81,139 coins). However, survivors are generally seen in XF and AU grades, often with problems, and they are seldom offered in mint condition above MS62. The one offered here exhibits an attractive orange-gold hue.

Offered at $12,100 delivered

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1879-CC Capped Die Morgan Dollar PCGS MS65

Rare CC $1

A Top 100 Variety. The Capped Die 1879-CC dollar has long been known, but decades ago, they were shunned by collectors who thought something was not quite right about the mintmark area. Scholarship has made great strides since those days, and now the so-called Capped Die coins are worth a premium in the better grades of Uncirculated. The one offered here is noticeably lighter, as well as more lustrous and appealing, than seen in our drab images. The PCGS population is only 11 with 5 (barely) higher, as all of the latter are 65+ examples.

Offered at $41, 750 delivered

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1883-CC Morgan Dollar PCGS MS68

Tied for Highest Graded 

Late in 1962, the coin collecting hobby was turned upside down when the U.S. Treasury began releasing silver dollars through banks and directly to collectors and dealers. Few Carson City dollars were among those pieces distributed in the 1960s. A decade later, the government’s G.S.A. again put the coin collecting hobby in a frenzy with the sales of Carson City dollars. The Carson City Mint produced 1.2 million Morgan dollars in 1883, and most of those coins remained in storage for several decades until they were released through the GSA sales of CC Morgans in the 1970s.Those coins were transported and stored loosely in bags of 1,000 coins each, so few were preserved in ultra-high grades. PCGS has certified more than 46,000 submissions of the 1883-CC since they began operations in 1986. Of all those coins they have examined, only six pieces have been graded MS68, and none higher. The one offered here is frosty and virtually white, with exceptionally well-preserved surfaces.

Offered at $67,850 delivered

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1878-CC Liberty Double Eagle NGC AU53

Scarce CC $20 Lib.

Double eagle production at the Carson City Mint declined drastically in 1878, when a meager mintage of 13,180 pieces was accomplished. The coins were released into circulation and fulfilled their intended purpose admirably in the hard-money economy of the western United States. The 1878-CC is one of the scarcest issues of the Carson City series today, both in terms of total number of coins known and high-grade rarity.

Offered at $14,950 delivered

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1871-CC Liberty Eagle NGC AU53

A Rare CC $10 Lib.

The Comstock Lode is famous for its vast yield of silver ore, yet gold was found in abundance as well. In 1871, a large amount of gold was taken from Comstock, although most of it went to the San Francisco Mint. Carson City received a mere 25% of the gold output. South America was the beneficiary of some 1871-CC eagles, although most of the 8,085-piece mintage circulated in local commerce. Few Mint State pieces were saved or otherwise preserved, with just three Uncirculated examples shown on the combined NGC and PCGS population reports.

Offered at $19,275 delivered

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