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Morgan and Peace Dollars

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There are 32 Coins for Sale. New coin(s) added on October 11, 2020

Photo Date Grade TPG Variety GFRC Rating Price Description Buy
Morgan Dollars
Morgan $1 1878 1878
8 Tail Feathers
MS65 PCGS
28781322

Gem $1385 8 Tail Feathers, VAM-21, Flashy Cartwheel Luster, Rose Gold and Peripheral Blue Toning, Spectacular Eye Appeal, Osprey Collection . VAM-21. A gem dual sided toned Morgan dollar and better 8 Tail Feather variety for initial year of production. Accurately graded at the MS65 level with flashy cartwheel luster. Both obverse and reverse are covered with a transparent rose/gold patina along with a sky blue arc at the lower rim. This piece provides an alternative collecting option rather than the common blast white examples on the market. The MS65 grade level is the last "collector" grade for many since guide prices jump from $1450 to $6750 at the MS66 grade level. GFRC asking price is below the PCGS MS65 price guide for a lovely toner example. Housed in 2014 generation PCGS holder. Another top quality offering from the Osprey Collection.
Morgan $1 1878 1878
8TF
64PL NGC
3610067001
VAM-19
Choice $1050 VAM-19 Double Date, Proof Like, Watery Mirrors, Brilliant Reflective Luster, Osprey Collection. A magnificent proof like strike is not your run of the mill 1878 8TF offering. We start with a cool VAM-19 Double Date die variety coupled with awesome watery mirrors that generate brilliant reflective luster. The mirrors are quite pleasing and begin to approach the DMPL requirements. Eye appeal of a gem example if not for a trace of field chatter in front of Liberty's face and a few micro lines so typical on mirrored surfaces. Of course, any field abrasions are amplified on proof like coinage. Surfaces are untoned but still are unquestionably original. Housed in new large font NGC holder with VAM-19 designation on label.
Morgan $1 1878CC 1878-CC
MS62 PCGS
12474506

Original $775 55 Degree Clockwise Rotated Reverse, Brilliant Frosty Luster, Accurately Graded, Murphys Collection. GFRC has been offering lower circulated graded examples of the 1878-CC Rotated Reverse Morgan dollar. The Murphys Collection is back with an important Mint State specimen with bold 55 degree clockwise reverse rotation. Frosty luster is brilliant with vibrant cartwheels. Obverse field and cheek chatter are consistent with the assigned grade. An offering is that really high on the cool scale for those who are interested in mint errors including rotated reverse. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder with full attribution on the blue label. This label reads, "1878-CC Mint Error, PCGS MS62, 55 Degree CW Rot. Rev."
Morgan $1 1878CC 1878-CC
EF40 PCGS
82940539

Choice $400 95 Degree Rotated Dies Mint Error, Residual Luster, Choice Surfaces, Accurately Graded, Murphys Collection. . GFRC is pleased to be offering a choice original example of the 1878-CC Morgan dollar with 95 degree clockwise reverse rotation. Most examples handled by GFRC and seen on eBay will exhibit a 45 or 55 degree reverse rotation. This 95 degree rotated example retains its original luster and has a light golden-gray coloring. Surfaces and rims are unabraded other than a micro-contact mark on the lower portion of the 7 digit in the date. Housed in 2015 PCGS Gen 6.0 holder. The PCGS label reads "Mint Error 95 Deg CW Rotated Dies". A strong offering from the MUrphys Collection that would be a candidate for CAC green bean. However, CA will not review coins designated with "Mint Error' on the TPG label.
Morgan $1 1879S 1879-S
MS64 PCGS
18617219

Choice $185 Crusty Choice Original Surfaces, Vibrant Reflective Cartwheel Luster, Pastel Rose, Gold and Blue Patina, Accurately Graded, Gansu Collection. Housed in older PCGS holder with standard ring insert. Another offering from the Gansu Collection that was assembled by Gerry Fortin for China client during the 2011-2012 timeframe. Now the collection is being repatriated to the U.S.
Morgan $1 1881S 1881-S
MS64 PCGS
38495929

Choice $185 New October 11! Eye Catching Toning, Brilliant Frosty Luster, Swirling Cartwheels, Light Gold with Peripheral Blues. The GFRC images speak for themselves concerning this attractive 1881-S toner Morgan. I've not added a toner Morgan to inventory in a long time but this piece spoke to me at the Manchester NH Coin Expo. It was just to pretty to pass up as I enjoy having attractive coins in inventory. Light gold covers both sides with eye catching periphery blue obverse ring. Luster is brilliant and frosty. Cartwheels are as expected for an 1881-S at the MS64 level. I believe that a luster break on the lower jaw held this one back from CA approval. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder.
Morgan $1 1881S 1881-S
MS63 NGC
3007130005

Original $175 Deep Rose, Blue and Gold Toning, Blemish Free Cheek. Fields are typical with light mirrors leading to plenty of cartwheel luster to activity the toning. Obverse is mostly rose, aquamarine and blues while the reverse is covered with a lighter rose/gold. This is an awfully nice piece at the MS63 grade level given the lack of blemishes. Housed in old standard ring insert NGC holder.
Morgan $1 1881S 1881-S
MS63 raw

Choice $65 Choice Original, Light Obverse Toning, Frosty Cartwheel Luster, Gansu Collection. A lovely 1881-S Morgan dollar with plenty of frosty cartwheel luster. From the Gansu Collection. Gansu is a collection assembed by Gerry Fortin during the 2010-2012 timeframe for a Chinese client. Now the coins are being repatriated to U.S. in liu of an collecting objective. Please help with a purchase.
Morgan $1 1882CC 1882-CC
MS66PL
PCGS
25275668

Gem $1350 New October 11! PL Designation, Sharp Reflective Luster, Unabraded Mirrors, Gem Eye Appeal and Then Some!. At GFRC, we don't often handle high grade PL designated Morgans. This 1882 Carson City strike brings superb eye appeal to the table. Mirrors are intense and highly reflective during bright light inspection. The MS66 grade indicates that the mirrors are essentially undisturbed with only a single micro mark in the upper left field interrupting the perfect mirrors. Rose-gold toning is uniform on both sides and mostly concentrated at the rims. GFRC photography is adequate but does not fully capture the intense mirrors. CAC approval is an important credential when collecting proof like designated specimens. Housed in PCGS Gen 5.0 Dupont hologram holder. Worth of the most selective collector's consideration.
Morgan $1 1882S 1882-S
MS64 PCGS
18617224

Choice $185 Choice Original, Mirrored Surfaces, Reflective Cartwheel Luster, Substantial Eye Appeal, Fairly Graded, Gansu Collection. Housed in older PCGS holder with standard ring insert. Another offering from the Gansu Collection that was assembled by Gerry Fortin for China client during the 2011-2012 timeframe. Now the collection is being repatriated to the U.S.
Morgan $1 1884O 1884-O
MS65+ NGC
3551079001

Choice $215 Gem Original, Golden Surfaces, Accurately Graded, Osprey Collection. Satiny cartwheel luster along with attractive toning dominates the eyes when viewing this lovely 1884 New Orleans Morgan dollar. Obverse is toned a light rose-gold with a hint of blue at Liberty's forehead. The reverse offers deeper coloring with orange-rose being predominate. NGC grading is accurate with clean cheek and only a few obverse blemishes in upper left field holding back a higher designation. Housed in newer NGC holder. A pretty toner Morgan from the Osprey Collection.
Morgan $1 1884O 1884-O
MS64 PCGS
19912366

Choice $165 Dual Sided Darker Rainbow Toning Clean Cheek. Let's start the description but pointing out the lighting reflections (9:00 - 11:00) on obverse and reverse images are not on the coin. The toning on this lovely Morgan is consistent and radial in nature. This Morgan was added to inventory for the simple reason; eye appeal and bold rainbow coloring even if the toning is slightly on the dark side. This piece performs very well under bright and needs a length description. Obverse has a rose/gray center that is surrounded by a rainbow ring over the stars, legend and date. The lower arc on the image is rich blues under bright light. The reverse has a light rose/blue center that is well framed by a ring of orange gold throughout the legend. Again the lower arc is rich blue. Surfaces are blemish free for an MS64 grade. I like the piece so I bought it. Housed in old blue label PCGS holder with standard ring insert.
Morgan $1 1884S 1884-S
EF45 raw

Choice $95 Cjhoice Original, Residual Luster, Accurately Graded. A scarce San Francisco date that becomes pricey in AU50 or better. This example offers crisp original appearance with residual luster.
Morgan $1 1884S 1884-S
EF45 raw

Original $75 Better Date, Original Gray Patina, Verdigris on Upper Reverse.
Morgan $1 1885 1885
MS65 PCGS
30985211

Original $185 Aquamarine, Rose and Blue Colors, Accurately Graded. A lovely toner Morgan priced as a reasonable value for the pretty toning. Obverse is mostly aquamarine while the reverse is covered with rose and blue patina. Housed in 2013 generation PCGS holder.
Morgan $1 1885O 1885-O
MS64 NGC
3776246027

Choice $125 Choice Original, Golden Rose Obverse Toning, Frosty Cartwheel Luster, Alexandria Collection. The GFRC images well illustrate this example. The obvious highlight is the obverse with rich rose gold toning while the reverse is essentially untoned with a touch on gold on the right wing. Blemishes are consistent with the assigned grade. Luster is bold with typical cartwheel appearance. Housed in NGC holder with edge view insert.
Morgan $1 1885S 1885-S
MS63 PCGS
83932665

Choice $360 Better San Francisco Date, Choice Original, Frosty Cartwheel Luster, Conservative Grading, . An attractive 1885 San Francisco struck Morgan dollar with copper gold patina at the obverse rims and throughout the reverse. Frosty cartwheel luster is immediately evident. Liberty's cheek is surprisingly blemish free at the assigned MS63 grade. PCGS grading appears to be conservative. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder with no CAC attempt. A pleasing Morgan dollar for the selective collector that makes its second GFRC appearance after a recent buy back.
Morgan $1 1886 1886
MS64 PCGS
34018287

Choice $110 Dual Sided Morgan Toner, Brilliant Cartwheel Luster, Multi Color Toning, Eye Appeal, Accurately Graded. A lovely dual sided toner 1886 Morgan dollar with brilliant cartwheel luster and multi-color toning. Liberty's cheek is essentially blemish free while strike is crisply executed. In hand viewing is recommended to capture the interactions between bold luster and toning. Freshly graded and housed in 2015 style PCGS holder.
Morgan $1 1886 1886
MS63 NGC
3261021008

Choice $195 Richly Toned, Bold Bright Light Eye Appeal. This 1886 Morgan must be placed under bright light to be fully appreciated. Obverse turns to uniform rose with sky blues surrounding the stars, date and legend while the reverse is covered with rose/gold patina. There are a few stray blemishes on the obverse that resulting in the assigned MS63 grade but disappear during bright light viewing. This piece has the eye appeal of a higher grade example. Housed in new NGC holder and a "Just Buy It Now" offering at GFRC.
Morgan $1 1887 1887
MS65 PCGS
21623354

Choice $250 Gem Eye Appeal, Doubled Side Rainbow Toning. A conservatively graded Morgan dollar with every color in the rainbow present on obverse and reverse. In hand and as shown in the images, the piece has nice original uniform toning with mostly greens and some gold at the rims. Placing under bright light brings about an explosion of rainbow colors laid over lustrous surfaces. The obverse rim exhibits a combination of gold, yellow, rose and blue colors while the reverse is similar but lacking the blue color component. An inspection with 10x loupe revealed one tiny field disturbance under S(TA)TES otherwise fully blemish free. This doubled sided toner is housed early generation PCGS holder with blue label and standard ring insert.
Morgan $1 1892S 1892-S
EF40 raw

Choice $250 Steely Gray Fields, Residual Luster, Choice Surfaces, Conservatively Graded. GFRC office cleaning in the raw boxes revealed this choice 1892-S Morgan dollar that was just lounging around. Under a light source, the steely fields still exhibit much original luster. Conservatively graded as some might call EF45. Ideal for a Dansco album collection.
Morgan $1 1896 1896
MS64 Star NGC
2656065005
VAM-20
Gem $575 VAM-20, Gem Original Toning. An attractive piece of eye candy with vivid reverse rainbow toning. This piece provides bold cartwheel luster that allow the reverse colors to simply explode under bright light. The obverse also features a colorful rainbow arc that adds more character. This piece is also the VAM-20 variety with repunched or line in 6 digit in the date. Fresh to market as part of a four coin lot purchased at CSNS and just back from NGC. NGC liked the piece assigning it an MS64 Star grade for eye appeal. No attempt CAC attempt on this fresh piece.
Morgan $1 1897O 1897-O
EF45 raw

Original $65 Original, Olive Gray Patina, Scarce Date. A strictly original example with light olive gray patina throughout obverse and reverse. 1897 New Orleans date pricing ramps quickly in AU or better with problem free EF examples being scarce. Conservative grading as always on Morgan dollars.
Morgan $1 1897O 1897-O
EF45 raw

Original $45 Scarce Grade For Date, Light Gray Toning, One Reverse Line, Accurately Graded.
Morgan $1 1903 1903
MS64 PCGS
84164645

Choice $210 GFRC Summer FUN Show Trip New Item - Santa Fe Collection. Freshly graded and housed in 2015 style PCGS holder. Full descriptions after returning Maine office. This piece will be in Summer FUN cases unless reserved.
Morgan $1 1904O 1904-O
MS64 PCGS
32425876

Choice $235 Near Gem Original, Rose/Aquamarine Patina, Cartwheel Luster. A wonderful dual sided toned Morgan on a bit better date. Bold cartwheel luster coupled with bullseye toning produce spectacular eye appeal. Let's start with the obverse; light rose center that quickly transitions to aquamarine during in hand viewing. The reverse is similar but with more golden hues. Placing this dollar under bright light is a lot of fun. The aquamarine shifts to sky blue with a bold gold ring between legends at the rim. This piece offers MS65 eye appeal but is grade limited by a few tiny ticks that require a 10x loupe to locate. Housed in new 2015 style PCGS holder. The lighter reverse area between 9:00 and 12:00 is typical lighting reflections during photography. This Morgan offers consistent toning on obverse and reverse.
Peace Dollars
Peace $1 1922 1922
MS64 PCGS
19610397

Choice $200 Beautifully Toned Reverse, Choice Original Surfaces, Nevada Collection. One does not often see Peace dollars with beautiful one sided toning. The Nevada Collection is releasing a special example with orange-gold and aquamarine patina through the reverse. Obverse toning is faint aquamarine-gold. Brilliant frosty luster on both sides is consistent with the assigned grade. Housed in PCGS Gen 4.4 (2005-2011) holder. Hurry on this offering as I suspect it will not last long on the price list.
Peace $1 1924S 1924-S
AU58 PCGS
20854384

Original $120 Price Reduction October 12, 2019 - Original, Toned, Twin Lakes Collection.. A better-date Peace dollar, and prized at the uncirculated level. Bowers notes that these were represented in the Treasury hoard releases in smaller quantities than other issues. This example has light beige obverse "skin" and a silver-toned reverse. Occasional crust is seen in protected areas such as the eagle's primary feathers and the legend. A quality AU58 set offering from the Twin Lakes Collection.
Peace $1 1926 1926
MS63 PCGS
31874821

Choice $95 Choice Original, Light Golden Patina, Accurately Graded. This slight better date Peace dollar is obvious original with a light coating of gold patina. Liberty's cheek and overall surfaces are blemish free for the assigned grade. For collectors who wish to take on a different numismatic challenge. Housed in 2014 generation PCGS holder.
Peace $1 1926D 1926-D
MS66+
PCGS
37997103

Gem $15500 Superb Gem, Frosty Luster, Satin Texture, Fully Struck, Osprey Collection. A superb gem 1926-D Peace dollar that is sharply struck along with exceptional eye appeal. Frosty luster boldly uniform with a pleasing satin texture. Light iridescent toning can be seen with a glass. Device details are bold and exact with their definition. Surfaces are amazingly well preserved. An offering for the sophisticated collector building a top set of Peace dollars. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder with CAC approval. The Osprey Collection locates yet another magnificent inventory offering for GFRC customers.
Peace $1 1926D 1926-D
MS64 raw

Original $290 Beautiful Light Pastel Toning, Frosty Cartwheel Luster, Well Struck, Gansu Collection. 1926 Denver strikes are definitely a better date in mint state condition. This example is accurately graded at the MS64 level with attractive pastel rainbow toning. Nicely toned Peace dollars are difficult to locate let alone a better date strike. Bright light viewing exposes frosty cartwheel luster that accentuates the pastel colors. From the Gansu Collection assembled by Gerry Fortin during the 2011-2013 timeframe and now returning to United States.
Peace $1 1927D 1927-D
AU58 PCGS
33566374

Choice HOLD
$150
New November 11! Better Date, Brilllant Frosty Luster, Untoned, Well Struck, Twin Lakes Collection. A lovely 1927 Denver strike with lustrous surfaces. Sun glasses might be advised during bright light inspection as the luster is rich and brilliant. Faint rub holds this piece back from a Mint State grade. Housed in PCGS Gen 6.0 holder.
Peace $1 1934 1934
MS64 PCGS
4301110

Choice $260 Price Reduction, GFRC Consignor Buyout, Eye Appeal, Choice Original. The Peace dollar is a favorite within American coinage, which has sadly produced fewer and fewer artistic renderings of Miss Liberty. This brilliantly toned example exhibits swaths of light gold on both sides, with additional gray and russet on the obverse. The only mark of note lies beneath the portrait truncation to the right. The strike is typical, with PEACE on the reverse nearly effaced, while the remainder of the reverse lettering is lightly impressed, an effect commonly seen on Peace dollars. The 1934 issue is a better date in the series, with less than a million pieces struck, and this is an affordable example of the type with near-gem luster. Housed in a PCGS Gen 3.1 (1993-1998) old green holder.