Morgan and Peace Dollars

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There are 13 Coins for Sale. New coin(s) added on May 7, 2023

Photo Date Grade TPG Variety GFRC Rating Price Description Buy
Morgan Dollars
Morgan $1 1878CC 1878-CC
MS63
PCGS
47047660

Choice HOLD
$775
New May 26! Popular Carson City Date, Golden Rose and Sea-Green, Brilliant Steely Luster, CAC Approval. If your Morgan collecting palate leans towards attractive toned specimens, this near-gem 1878-CC dated example is for you. A star performer under bright light with rose sea-green toning at one viewing angle while a different angle results is heavy peripheral gold. Steely field are brilliant while the cartwheels are sharp and vibrant. Overall, a well preserved example that deserves a JUST BUY IT NOW recommendation as the future owner will be pleased. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1879S 1879-S
MS63 NGC
5895782012

Choice $110 Brilliant Frosted Luster, Vibrant Cartwheels, Arc Toning. An accurately graded 1879-S Morgan with brilliant frosted luster and lots of cartwheel action. Darker arc toning is as illustrated. Fairly priced and ready for a new home. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Morgan $1 1881S 1881-S
MS67+
PCGS
43788644

Gem $2500 New May 7! Gem Original.. The 1881-S Morgan is not a challenging date, but, in this case, the date really doesn't matter. More important is the exceptional luster and multi-colored obverse toning, ranging from shades of electric blue to vivid lilac. The reverse is brilliant and untoned, a typical pattern for a Morgan dollar that was exposed to a cloth bag on one side for many years. The CAC price guide value is $1,170 in MS67 and $5,000 in MS68. Pricing spectacularly toned examples is something of an art, but clearly an MS67+ example should be priced substantially above an MS67 piece. Perhaps the best reference is the GFRC sales archive, which notes that this coin previously sold in April 2022 at $2,880. Housed in a PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1881S 1881-S
MS66
NGC
330339004

Gem HOLD
$450
New April 26! Exceptional Eye Appeal, A Reflective Luster Bomb, Gem Original. Make sure to bring your sunglasses when viewing this luster bomb as the steely-frosted surfaces are sharply reflective. The cartwheels are downright stunning when rotating this 1881-S Morgan ever so slightly under a bright light. Fields have claims to being partially mirrored. My images don't even come close with luster illustration, so a JUST BUY IT NOW is being called to capture everyone's attention. Light rose is the primary obverse shade while the periphery is toned gold and blue. The reverse is equally stunning with a thin gold band at the rim. Housed in NGC Gen 4 no line brown label Fatty holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1882S 1882-S
MS65+ PCGS
43561306

Gem $300 Rainbow Arc, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Dancing Cartwheels, Just a Pretty Piece. A well preserved 1882-S Morgan with truly brilliant frosted luster and the accompanying swirling cartwheels. This piece was struck from "dished" dies as the fields are to be higher at the rims as compared to the centers. A pretty rainbow arc adds much character. Accurately graded as the cheek has several tiny contact marks that preclude the next full grade. A pleasing example that is fairly priced. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2022) holder.
Morgan $1 1884O 1884-O
MS64 PCGS
29689830

Choice $125 Near-Gem, Brillianted Frosted Luster, Unabraded Surfaces, Visually Pleasing. Purchased as part of a larger lot is this near-gem 18840 Morgan dollar. This piece is notable for is visually pleasing present as the fields and devices are essentially unabraded. Luster is brilliant frosted with strong cartwheels. Conservatively graded and lots of eye appeal at the offer price. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.6 (2013-2014) holder.
Morgan $1 1885 1885
MS64 NGC
5895782007

Choice $150 Near-Gem, Brillianted Frosted Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, Light Peripheral Gold. A pretty 1885 Philadelphia struck Morgan with lustrous surfaces and active cartwheels. While the obverse presents frosted luster, the reverse has more of a proof like appearance with decent reflectance. Peripheral toning enhances the overall eye appeal. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Morgan $1 1885CC 1885-CC
MS64
PCGS
43799310

Gem $1125 Popular Carson City Date, Superb Toning, Partially Mirrored, CAC Approval. An impressive 1885 Carson City Morgan dollar that captured my attention at the Spring 2022 Baltimore show when offered. How I enjoy Carson City dollar issues when PL or semi-PL. This example has partial mirrors covered with mottled bluish-green and rose shades. Reflectance is sharp as is the cartwheel action. GFRC images accurate capture overall eye appeal and hints at the luster. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1890O 1890-O
MS64 PCGS
32984463

Choice $250 Choice Original, Watch Hill Collection. Frosty surfaces host powder blue hues on the obverse, with lilac hints, while the reverse exhibits golden-gray shades. Rims on both sides are more deeply toned. Feather detail is somewhat soft, as typical for this issue. Luster is ample, consistent with the grade. Housed in a PCGS Gen 4.6 (2013-2014) holder. The CDN retail guide is $286.
Morgan $1 1894O 1894-O
AU58
NGC
5979791001

Choice $1075 Superbly Original, Dusty Silver-Gray Patina, Frosted Luster, CAC Approval. 1894-O Morgan dollars are a bit challenging to evaluate. A few mint bag were released on the East coast during the 1950 followed by another small release in the early 1960s. Regardless, this date has proven to be rare in Mint State with AU58s being at the knee of the value curve. Further more, there is a wide disparity between certified quantities and those approved at CAC. The CDN CAC report shows a dramatic price increase starting at MS62 with five figure pricing at Choice Mint State. This new offering is certainly a compelling example with brilliant frosted luster and dusty silver-gray patina. Hurry, as I don't expect this piece to be around for long. Housed in new large font NGC holder with CAC approval.
Morgan 1 1895O 1895-O
VF30 PCGS
45480002

Choice $645 Challenging New Orleans Date, Perfect at Grade, Coin Gray Patina. Evenly worn surfaces are toned a natural coin gray on this scarce 1895 New Orleans struck Morgan. Well struck regardless of the date having a reputation for flat strikes. Steely fields continue to radiate partial steely reflectance. A premium example of a popular and scarcer Morgan during the mid-1890s era. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1896 1896
PR64CAM
PCGS
41779193

Gem $6450 Intensely Mirrored Cameo Gem, Cutting Reflectance, CAC Approved. A marvelous 1896 proof Morgan with white on black cameo presentation. Initially bought at the 2022 Fall Manchester NH show followed by being traded into the Osprey Collection via another GFRC client. A truly amazing gem with intense reflectance and substantial eye appeal. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval. Please note that the images exhibit lighting reflections on the lower obverse and reverse. Trust me, this piece offers consistently white devices surround by black cameo fields. Held for a number of years by a New England collector who secure the CAC approval. GFRC was more that happy to purchase this exceptional lot for inventory.
Peace Dollars
Peace $1 1921 1921
High Relief
AU55
PCGS
81042194

Choice $495 High Relief Issue, Crusty Golden Brown Patina, CAC Approval. Fans of crusty original silver dollars will appreciate this nicely toned 1921 Peace issue with its High Relief presentation. Surfaces are layered with a thick golden-brown patina that still allows the underlying frosted luster to radiate through. Surfaces are pristine. Let's remember that crusty silver is difficult to grade and type secures a conservative opinion. A new GFRC purchase. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Peace 1 1921 1921
High Relief
AU55
PCGS
44766469

Choice $450 Popular Type Coin, Naturally Golden-Gray, Frosted Luster. As a kid, I dreamed of owning a 1921 High Relief dollar; now I have two CAC approved examples in inventory! Peace dollars with natural light to moderate gray surfaces easily garner my attention as I love the crusty look. Case in point is this new Whitman Baltimore show addition. The luster is frosted and nicely radiates on the obverse while the reverse patina is more opaque to the incoming light. A great type coin opportunity or gift for a younger collector to view true originality. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder with CAC approval.
Peace $1 1922D 1922-D
VAM 4 Doubled Motto
AU58 PCGS
32730031
VAM-4
Original $225 VAM 4 Doubled Motto, Brilliant Frosty Luster, Twin Lakes Collection. Consignor Price Reduction. I donít profess to be enlighted with respect to Morgan and Peace dollar VAMs. However, the doubling on the engravers initials and on (TR)UST is seen with my 10x loupe. Surfaces are strictly original with ample mint frost. Accurately graded due to some luster breaks on the center curls. Priced consistent with the PCGS price guide. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder with VAM-4 Doubled Motto attribution on label.