1892-O Morgan Dollar NGC MS66

Tied for Highest Graded

 The 1892-O Morgan was not well-produced and most examples seen are softly struck, with subdued mint luster. Some were released into circulation near the time of issue, making it readily available in circulated grades. However, most of the mintage was held in government storage and a large portion of the production escaped melting under the provisions of the Pittman Act. Still, at the Gem level, the issue becomes elusive, due mostly to its poor production, and finer examples are decidedly rare. Here for the taking is a pleasing, satiny, color-free representative. The NGC population is just 6 (including 1 star-designated example) with none higher.

Offered at $21,950 delivered

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1888-O Morgan Dollar NGC MS67

1 of only 2 So Graded

Here is a superb, attractively toned example of a true condition rarity. Its surfaces are satin-like in appearance and exceptionally well preserved. In hand, the patina is a bit lighter and the luster, somewhat brighter than seen in our images. Tied with just one other (which is ex-Eliasberg) for the highest graded by NGC. For its part, PCGS has graded just one MS67, with none higher. The aforementioned Eliasberg coin was last auctioned by us in 2014.

Offered at $9,775 delivered

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1895 Morgan Dollar NGC PR63

Long Live the “King”

Mint records indicate 880 proof Morgan dollars were struck in 1895, to accompany a tiny business-strike mintage of 12,000 pieces. Unfortunately, none of the regular-issue coins have ever surfaced in any collection, leaving collectors to wonder if the mintage figures represent some kind of accounting error, or if the coins were held in government storage until 1918 and melted under the provisions of the Pittman Act. In either case, date collectors have always relied on the small supply of proofs to fill this whole in their collections and the 1895 has often been called the “King of the Morgan dollars.” While not designated as a Cameo, this example displays some contrast, particularly on the reverse.

Offered at $59,800 delivered

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1928 Peace Dollar PCGS MS66

Just One Graded Higher

Famous for its low mintage of 360,649 pieces — the lowest in the series — the 1928 Peace dollar is a key date in circulated grades. In Mint State, this issue is more plentiful, albeit acquiring an example comes at a price. Typically, eye appeal is average or before, even on near-Gem coins, due to the subdued satin luster and dusky golden toning that characteristically come as a pair on this issue. Moreover, higher-grade coins are rare. The PCGS population is just 21 with a single (MS66+) representative graded higher.

Offered at $29,900 delivered

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1879 Morgan Dollar PCGS MS67

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Offered here is a frosty, white example with exemplary surfaces and a great overall appearance. Not particularly tough to come by through the MS66 grade level, but very rarely seen in this state of preservation. The last PCGS representative we auctioned was all the way back in 2007! Tied with 7 others for the highest graded by PCGS.

Offered at $37,375 delivered

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Silver Dollar Bags

We are offering the following dollar bags;

AU Pre-1921 Morgan’s x up to 1500 @ $37.50

BU Pre-1921 Morgan’s x up to 2000 @ $42.00

Minimum order is 250 coins. Ground shipping is included. Call or email to confirm.

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1893-S Morgan Dollars NGC/PCGS AU50

Four (Rare Ones) Of A Kind

The effects of the Panic of 1893 included the repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act, ending the massive mandated coinage of Morgan dollars the U.S. Mint was required to produce every year. Morgan dollar mintages were drastically reduced at all U.S. Mints in 1893, and the San Francisco Mint produced a series low business-strike mintage of just 100,000 pieces. Most of the small mintage was either widely circulated or melted in 1918, under the provisions of the Pittman Act. Accordingly, the 1893-S is the most elusive Morgan dollar in today’s market.

Offered at $18,975 each delivered

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1881 Morgan Dollar NGC MS67

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Contrary to how this coin appears in our images, it’s colorful, vibrant and very attractive. The availability of the 1881 Morgan dollar steadily declines in succeeding grades finer than MS63, but it remains at least marginally available through MS66. Not so in MS67; at the Superb Gem level, the 1881 Morgan is extremely rare. The NGC population is just 3 with none higher.

Offered at $13,800 delivered

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1893 Morgan Dollar NGC MS66

Just 1 Graded (Only Slightly) Higher

The Panic of 1893 had far-reaching financial consequences, including the repeal of the Sherman Silver Purchase Act. Freed from the obligation to produce massive quantities of unneeded silver dollars, the United States Mint drastically reduced Morgan dollar production at all active mints in 1893. Only 378,000 examples were struck at the Philadelphia facility that year, making the 1893 a challenging date in the series, especially in grades above the MS65 level. The NGC population is just 5 with a single (MS66+) example graded higher.

Offered at $28,750 delivered

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1883-S Morgan Dollar PCGS MS65

Not Your Everyday S-Mint Morgan

Although heavily touted as a conditionally scarce date in Mint State, the 1883-S Morgan remains collectible in grades through MS64, and is frequently offered at auction in this range. It is the Gem grade level from where this issue draws its fame. In MS65, the 1883-S Morgan is a grand rarity in absolute numbers, and in the context of the series, is prohibitively rare. This particular example is sharp, flashy and virtually white, with considerable eye-appeal. The PCGS population is just 21 with 5 higher.

Offered at $35,650 delivered

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