Morgan and Peace Dollars

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There are 37 Coins for Sale. New coin(s) added on November 28, 2023

Photo Date Grade TPG Variety GFRC Rating Price Description Buy
Morgan Dollars
Morgan $1 18787TF 1878-7TF
Reverse of 1879
MS64 PCGS
42256858

Choice $825 7 Tail Feather, Steely-Frosted Luster, Near-Gem Original, Scenic Lakeview Collection. The Scenic Lakeview Collection is releasing a quality 1878 7TF among his many offerings. Steely-frosted luster is readily apparent along with swirling cartwheels. As the primary focal point, Liberty's cheek is smooth and visually pleasing. A few scattered field luster breaks are accurately reflected in the certified grade. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder.
Morgan $1 18788TF 1878-8TF
MS65
PCGS
46283806

Gem $3250 Scarce in Full Gem, Mirrored Fields, Gorgeous Toning, First Class Eye Appeal. For those not intimate with the Morgan dollar series, the 8 Tail Feather variant was a hub die error as eagles do not have 8 tail feathers. Only 3/4 of a million were struck with the date being scarce in full gem. This Summer Baltimore new purchase certainly qualifies as a notable gem given the mirrored fields, sharp reflective luster, and gorgeous toning. The bright light visuals are eye catching including swirling cartwheels. If in the market for a truly special first year Morgan strike, please give this gem toner special attention. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 18788TF 1878-8TF
MS64
PCGS OGH
6489191

Choice $875 Near-Gem Original, Natural Frosted Luster, Well Preserved, Scenic Lakeview Collection. This first 1878 Morgan dollar issues comes with the 8 Tail Feather reverse which is ornithologic impossible as bald eagles have 7 tail feathers. Mintage with the erroneous reverse amount to 750,000 before the 7 tail feather reverse was introduced into production. This survivor sports natural frosted luster with faint gold coloration that is synonymous with strict originality. Surfaces are essentially unabraded with a single contact mark at the junction of Liberty's jaw and neck. An excellent example for type with that all important green bean. Housed in PCGS Gen 3.0 (1990=1993) old green holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1878S 1878-S
MS64
PCGS
37833000

Choice $425 Dual Sided Toning, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, Perfectly Original. Since starting the GFRC business, there has always been an affinity for toner Morgans. Over time, I've been hand selecting CAC approved toners with coloration that is consistent with originality expectations. Let's face it, there are ample amounts of retoned Morgans out in the market with what I consider to be unnatural colors. This 1878-S example offers the classic obverse aquamarine, copper-gold, and blues on the obverse and delineated green and copper-gold on the reverse that could have paper origins. Accurately graded with brilliant frosted luster and swirling cartwheels. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1880S 1880-S
MS65 PCGS
44642232

Gem $475 Reverse Rainbow Toning, Partially Mirrored, Gem Eye Appeal. A superb gem example with exceptional presentation. This is a case where my images have accurately captured the beautiful reverse toning and partial mirrors along with the frosted obverse and color extensions. Bright light inspection exposes dancing cartwheels . A few ticks are noted on the cheek and could be holding back this one from a higher levels. Guaranteed to please the new owner. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder.
Morgan $1 1882-O/S 1882-O/S
Strong
MS64 PCGS
08492800
VAM-4
Choice $1600 New November 6! Top 100 VAM, Frosted White Luster, Strong Undertype, Choice Overall, Scenic Lakeview Collection. Consignor Pricing Reduction - This newly consigned 1882-O/S Morgan dollar presents an opportunity to acquire a popular over mintmark Top 100 VAM variety. Sharply struck with uniform white mint frost on both sides. Bright light review reveals active cartwheels that are consistent with the certified grade. The cheek is essentially unabraded and leads to a pleasing inspection with 10x. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with O/S and Strong designation on the label.
Morgan $1 1882S 1882-S
MS64 NGC
6472143011

Choice $135 Partially Mirrored, Sharp Reflectance, Accurately Graded. This 1882-S Morgan offers partially mirrored fields that present an overall "dished" appearance. The resulting reflective luster is strongly brilliant. Dancing cartwheels will spin with minimal rotation of the holder. Accurately graded as there is a bag mark on the cheek. GFRC images are underwhelming, rather this is a nice piece that will please the new owner. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Morgan $1 1883 1883
MS64 NGC
3795828004

Choice $195 Arc Toning, Soft Frosted Luster, Attractive Near Gem Morgan. Soft frosted luster makes for a fitting backdrop for the arc shaped toning on this 1883 Philadelphia struck Morgan. Under a desk lamp, the obverse arc contains a transition from orange-gold, to blues, and finally bronze. The lower reverse arc toning is orange-gold and blue. Vibrant cartwheels are noted and pleasing. Housed in newer NGC holder with edge view insert.
Morgan $1 1883CC 1883-CC
MS64+ PCGS
28705820

Choice $475 Popular Carson City Date, Steely Frosted Luster, Flashy Cartwheels. I believe that the PCGS graders were accurate with respect to this newly consigned 1883 Carson City struck Morgan. The eye appeal is that of full gem given the brilliant steely-frosted luster and vibrant cartwheels. However, some chatter below Liberty's chin is properly captured with the 64+ grade. That chatter is not readily overt on the image but will appear under a bright light. Fairly priced and in search of a caring numismatic home. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.6 (2013-2014) holder.
Morgan $1 1883S 1883-S
MS62 PCGS
42392771

Original $2150 Popular San Francisco Date, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Vibrant Cartwheels, Near Choice Original, Scenic Lakeview Collection. Brilliant frosted luster radiates from this 1883 San Francisco struck Morgan when placed under a bright light. Cartwheels are vibrant and equally impressive. Surfaces are untoned and white. As with many Morgans that were stored in bags, obverse marks are seen on the cheek and fields consistent with the certified grade. Accurately graded and fairly priced. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder.
Morgan $1 1884O 1884-O
MS64 PCGS
29689830

Choice HOLD
$110
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 1884O 1884-O
MS64 PCGS
21865134

Choice $295 Circular Obverse Toning, Granular Frosted Luster, Near-Gem. Handling toner Morgan dollars is always a nice distraction from the ongoing flow of bust and seated coinage. Granular frosted luster and charming circular obverse toning are the highlights of this near-gem lot. The obverse toning pattern is classic center aquamarine surrounded by yellow and orange gold plus a hint of blue at the upper right. The golden shades spill over onto the reverse. Liberty's cheek is well preseved. The center fingerprint toning is much less distinct in-hand as compared to the images. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) 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 1885O 1885-O
MS66+
PCGS
25246534

Gem $625 New November 16! Superior Eye Appeal, Pristine Surfaces, Accurately Graded, CAC Approval.. A wonderful 1885-O Morgan that presents pristine fields during bright light assessment. Steely-frosted fields offer undisturbed viewing enjoyment under your favorite light source. Light golden hues add the right amount of charm to the clean surfaces. A careful 10x check was done to understand the (+) grade and not full MS67. The result was the presence of two faint luster breaks on the check that become visible when whirling this piece under a light. That is it... A beautiful survivor that warrants considerable. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 (2015) Dupont hologram holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1886S 1886-S
AU55
PCGS
46903364

Choice $395 Low Mintage San Francisco Date, Golden-Gray Frosted Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, CAC Approval. Faint golden-gray obverse patina is transparent to the underlying steely luster on this lightly circulated 1886-S Morgan. The reserve patina is deeper with the same obverse hues. This color consistency validates the originality. The low 750,000 piece mintage has made this a popular date since the B. Max Mehl auction sales of the early 20th century. This date remains scarce as few were found in the 1982-1964 Treasury bag release. A notable example with much character that is sure to please the new owner. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1890CC 1890-CC
MS64+
NGC
4908196004

Gem $3150 New November 28! Gem Original, Partially Mirrored, Luminous Reflectance, Scenic Lakeview Collection. Consignor Price Reduction. According to Q. David Bowers, the 1890 Carson City issue may have as high a 20% being capable of a Proof Like certification. This Scenic Lakeview, though not mirrored to the point of a PL designation, still has partially mirrored fields and bold reflectance. Bright light exposure reveals strong luminous and swirling cartwheels. Light peripheral gold nicely frames the untoned centers. This piece is accurately graded with one bag mark by the forehead that limits full MS65 certification though the overall eye appeal is that of a gem. The reverse presentation is fantastic. This is a high mintage Carson City date resulting in CAC approving 286 at graded. The offer price is fair given the (+) designation and a sharp CAC population drop to only 65 at the MS65 grade. Housed in new large font NGC holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1890O 1890-O
MS65 PCGS
21637158

Gem $1100 A Frosted Gem, Light Golden Hues, Pristine Surfaces, Scenic Lakeview Collection. How I love handling Morgan dollar that come with pristine fields and an unabraded cheek. These well preserved pieces are visually pleasing and a joy for description writing. Such is the case for the Scenic Lakeview 1890-O Morgan. Both sides offer granular frosted luster with luster breaks during bright light inspection. A faint golden patina adds some character. Accurately graded and housed in PCGS Gen 4.1 (2002-2003) holder.
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 1891CC 1891-CC
MS61PL NGC
1843363004

Original $850 Proof Like, Sharp Reflective Luster, Spinning Cartwheels, Accurately Graded, Scenic Lakeview Collection. 1891 Carson City Morgans mintage totaled 1,618,000 pieces with a subset being found with proof like and even deep cameo proof like surfaces. Most of the mintage entered circulation after being struck leading to current day availability. This survivor offers sharp reflective luster and swirling cartwheels. Hints of copper-gold coloration are seen on the obverse during bright light inspection. The certified grade accurately captures the field abrasions that are amplified by the proof like surfaces. Housed in NGC Gen 17 (2004-2008) holder.
Morgan $1 1893 1893
MS62 PCGS
42750237

Choice $2200 Elusive Date, Steely-Frosted Luster, Choice Overall, Scenic Lakeview Collection. 1893 Philadelphia mintage amounted to 389,000 pieces with the usual availability increase coming in the late 1950s and early 1960s due to Treasury bag releases. This date remains a bit elusive as compared to the many "common" dates. This piece is accurately graded with pleasing steely-frosted luster and swirling cartwheels. There is micro chatter in the obverse fields that is consistent with the certified grade. The 1893 example in the Scenic Lakeview Collection and worthy of that role. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder. The reverse side of holder has center haze that can be readily seen with the image.
Morgan $1 1893O 1893-O
MS61
PCGS
36276435

Choice $6275 New November 28! Key Date, Rare Grade, Frosted Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, Choice Overall, Scenic Lakeview Collection. Consignor Price Reduction. The 1893-O dollar is the lowest mintage New Orleans Morgan dollar as only 300,000 piece were struck. Survivors are scarce in all grades while this key date becomes rare in Mint State with CAC approval. This offered example presents frosted luster and swirling cartwheels when view under a bright light. Accurately graded as the abrasions are concentrated on the obverse at the cheek. The reverse image lacks some definition due to holder haze. CAC has approved a total of 373 in all grades with the majority being circulated. Only 10 have been approved at the certified grade, a small number given the widespread demand for Morgan dollars. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1893O 1893-O
AU55 PCGS
32986171

Original $2300 Scare New Orleans Date, Steely-Frosted Luster, Scenic Lakeview Collection. From the Scenic Lakeview Collection comes this low mintage Morgan dollar date. New Orleans mintage was limited to 300,000 strikes as the Panic of 1893 brought a stock market crash that led to a depression. This survivor has circulated as I seen a luster break throughout the cheek. However, the fields retain their steely-frosted reflectance under a bright light. The reverse is layer with a light olive-tan patina which is more pronounced on the reverse image than with the coin in-hand. Fields a pleasantly free of any notable abrasions but there is a mark at the lower chin to consider. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder. The reverse holder plastic is hazed and impacts that illustration.
Morgan $1 1893S 1893-S
AU50 PCGS
81727154

Choice $26400 King of the Morgans, Lightly Mirrored, Choice Original, Accurately Graded, Scenic Lakeview Collection. GFRC is pleased to be offering a higher grade 1893-S Morgan with considerable eye appeal. Upon office arrival, my expectations were to find frosted surfaces which is typical for the issue. However, the first pass under a bright light revealed lightly mirrored fields with corresponding reflectance. Cartwheel action is vibrant, especially on the reverse. Residual mint bloom is evident around the stars, and date along with the reverse legend during a 10x examine. Liberty's cheek has a few light bag marks also seen with a 10x, a fairly tough examination for a coin the size of a silver dollar. Wear is evident on the cheek and eagle's breast which is consistent with the certified grade. My images accurately capture the surfaces including the fields that are beyond the point of being steely and moving on a continuum to lightly mirrored. Competitively priced and worthy of a Choice quality rating. In recognition of the offer price, lay-a-way terms are a potential option for this acquisition. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
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.
Morgan $1 1896S 1896-S
MS61 PCGS
41808809

Choice $3550 Challenging San Francisco Date, Frosty White Luster, Accurately Graded, Choice Overall, Scenic Lakeview Collection. 1896 San Francisco struck Morgan dollars saw limited release in bag or roll quantities. Q. David Bowers estimates that about half of the total mintage was melted under the 1918 Pittman Act. As a result, this date is quite scarce at the offered grade and becomes rare at higher Mint State levels. A new GFRC client turned consignor is releasing this frosty white example that has been accurately graded and warrants a GFRC choice quality rating. Tightly textured granular mint frost is consistent on both sides with moderate cartwheel rotations under a bright light. The obverse has abrasions on the cheek and adjacent field consistent with the certified grade. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder.
Morgan $1 1897S 1897-S
MS63
PCGS
47385031

Choice $335 Slightly Better San Francisco Date, Steely-Frosted Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, CAC Approved. A slightly better late San Francisco date that has been well preserved. Bright light inspection exposes swirling cartwheels and steely frosted luster. When rotating this piece under the desk lamp, there is a point when the fields take on a mirrored appearance. Chatter on the cheek is consistent with the assigned grade. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1898 1898
MS64
PCGS
38403602

Gem HOLD
$395
Gorgeous Folded Paper Toning, Brilliant Frosted Luster, GFRC-Gem Quality Rating. This 1898 Morgan offers a special bright light viewing experience and warrants a Gem quality rating. The background frosted luster amplifies the multi-color toning. I see toning colors and sharps that bring to mind folded paper toning that is seen for end roll pieces. Bronze-gold is predominant on the reverse and surrounded by peripheral blues and then light yellow gold. The obverse is where I see the folded paper pattern, especially from 9:00 to 1:00. Light contact marks on the cheek are consistent with the certified grade. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1898S 1898-S
AU58
PCGS
47531318

Choice $525 Attractive Slider, Steely Radiance, Vibrant Cartwheels, Light Gold Patina. Another better San Francisco strike that has been carefully handled with limited rub on the cheek. Under the desk lamp, steely radiance is noted along with swirling cartwheels. The cheek is unblemished and pleasing. A well balance Morgan that is worthy of a CAC only collection. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1899O 1899-O
MS67 PCGS
43342737

Gem $2950 Stunning Eye Appeal, Gorgeous Frosted Luster, Peripheral Gold, A Superb Gem, Scenic Lakeview Collection. Though 1899 New Orleans strikes will be found with proof like and deep cameo proof like surfaces, this gorgeous example is just the opposite. This superb gem is covered with granular mint frost that is continuous and entirely undisturbed. Creamy frosted luster radiates from both sides when placed under angled lighting. Peripheral gold adds incremental character. PCGS has certified 235 at grade with this example being on the top quartile for certain. I am uncertain if this piece has been to CAC for review prior to ownership by the consignor, therefore please tender a purchase decision accordingly. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder.
Morgan $1 1900S 1900-S
MS62
PCGS
47531320

Choice $745 Steely Fields, Swirling Cartwheels, Treasury Release?. Steely fields offer brilliant radiance on this 1900 San Francisco struck Morgan that was probably part of the ongoing Treasury releases that culminated in multiple bags arriving to the market during the early 1960s. This is unquestionably choice with steely radiance and swirling cartwheels. Obverse chatter, consistent with bag storage, is accurately captured by the assigned grade. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.1 (2020-2023) holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1902S 1902-S
MS63
PCGS
1463388

$1275 Superb Original Toning, Frosted Luster, Accurately Grade, CAC Approval. Light copper-gold and peripheral obverse blues provide for an above average viewing experience as compared to omnipresent frosty white examples. Frosted luster has a light granular texture while the cartwheels become vibrant under a bright light. This piece is accurately graded given the contact points on the lower neck. However, this is an eye appeal play for those who love their Morgans with colorful original skins. A better late date San Francisco strike with lots of character. Housed in PCGS Gen 3.1 (1993-1998) old green holder with CAC approval.
Morgan $1 1902S 1902-S
MS63 NGC
4707843011

Choice $1125 1st Class Eye Appeal, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Dancing Cartwheels, Fully Choice, Scenic Lakeview Collection. This 1902-S Morgan exhibits frosted luster and swirling cartwheels that are consistent with a higher grade. The reverse is particularly vibrant and pleasing. Abrasions on the Liberty's jaw and upper left obverse field are grade limiting. Overall, I'm comfortable with the certified grade as a balance between luster/cartwheels and marks. There are hints of light gold on the upper obverse and on the rim. I am not aware of this piece being submitted to CAC. Overall, a choice example with blazing luster at a competitive offer price. Housed in new large font NGC holder.
Morgan $1 1921D 1921-D
MS64+ PCGS
38378344

Choice $450 Superb Presentation, Brilliant Frosted Luster, Dancing Cartwheels. This near-gem 1921 Denver struck Morgan dollar offers brilliant frosted radiance and dancing cartwheels. Bright light review is a pleasurable experience as the eye appeal is noteworthy. The "+" grade captures some chatter on Liberty's chin from a technical perspective otherwise this piece would be properly designated as a full gem. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 (2015-2020) holder.
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.
Peace $1 1928 1928
AU58
PCGS
13679299

Choice $550 New November 19! Near-Gem Original, Island Lake Collection.. The 1928 Peace dollar enjoys the lowest mintage in the series and is highly prized even in the low circulated grades. This example reveals a silver-gray base, complemented by a light wash of champagne color on both sides. Original frost peeks from the protected areas, while portions of the lower reverse are softly impressed, typical for Peace dollars. The CAC price guide value is $585. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder with CAC approval.
Peace $1 1934S 1934-S
AU58
PCGS
13828821

Choice HOLD
$1850
New November 19! Near-Gem Original, Island Lake Collection.. This is a much better date within the Peace dollar series, especially when approaching Mint State condition. Certain issues, typically from the branch Mints, simply were not saved in quantity at the time of issue, and high-grade survivors are strictly a matter of chance. While penny boards were quite popular during the Depression, few could collect silver dollars in the same way. A dusting of tannish color covers both sides of this example, with deeper shades evident at the eagleís feet. The CAC price guide value is $1,890 in AU58, advancing sharply to $4,050 in MS60. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder with CAC approval.