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Category: MORGAN DOLLAR (90 records) Sold & Closed. Coin Auction! With a few great surprises!! - September 20, 2018

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a005t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1900-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a009t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1880-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The New Orleans minted 1880 Morgans are worth more than the other minted versions. These coins don't sell very often but when they do its for a pile of money. Most recent sells noted coming from 2016 for $22k.
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a013t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver: 1889-O and 1901-O.
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a017t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1902 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a026t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1879 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a030t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1900-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a035t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver: 1881 and 1881-S.
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a038t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1900-O/CC Morgan Silver Dollar. This coin features a New Orleans "O" mintmark struck over a Carson City "CC" mint mark - which resulted in parts of the underlying "CC" being visible around the "O" on the reverse of the coin. At first it seems bizarre how a Carson City "CC" mintmark could even appear on this coin considering the fact that the Carson City Mint stopped producing dollar coins in 1893 - 7 years earlier. The Philadelphia Mint is responsible for producing the coin dies before shipping them out to the branch Mints. One theory is that since Carson City was no longer producing Morgan dollars - The Philadelphia Mint simply took the old dies and partially defaced the "CC" mint mark and replaced it with the "O" mint mark before sending them to the New Orleans Mint. Another theory is that the engraver accidently punched the "CC" mintmark onto the coin and later replaced it once the mistake was found.
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a043t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1891-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a047t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver: 1887-S and 1901-O.
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a050t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar, 90% Silver. PCGS graded AU50, Trace of wear now seen on higher points of design. Bits of luster may remain.
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a055t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1891 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a058t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1885-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. 1885-O Morgans have sold reliably for between $150 and $180 over the last 2 years.
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a061t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a065t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two 1921-S Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. Many of the 1921 Morgans are actually older Morgans and peace dollars melted down and re-coined. The Pittman Act, passed in 1918, authorized the melting and recoining of millions of silver dollars.
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a069t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1884-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1884 Morgan Silver Dollar minted in San Francisco is one of the most valuable Morgans issued ever. Because of this very few are bought and sold, making it even harder to verify the value. Current listings for the coin at online marketplace start the bidding for MS-65 versions at $150,000.
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a074t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1890 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a079t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two 1921 Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted. Due to the Pittman Act, passed in 1918, many of the 1921 Morgans are actually older Morgans and Peace dollars melted down and re-coined.
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a084t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1885 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a089t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1921 and 1921-S Morgan Silver Dollars. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted.
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a094t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1921-D Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The 1921 Denver minted Morgan was the only Morgan ever minted at the Denver mint.
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a097t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver: 1887 and 1880-S.
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a101t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a104t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1890-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a107t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1892-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a109t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two 1921-S Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. Many of the 1921 Morgans are actually older Morgans and peace dollars melted down and re-coined. The Pittman Act, passed in 1918, authorized the melting and recoining of millions of silver dollars.
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a111t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1882 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a114t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1899-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a116t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1921 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted.
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a118t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1878 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. This was the first year that the Morgan Silver Dollar was minted.
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a122t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1901-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, graded MS63.
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a124t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1921-S and 1921-D Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. The 1921 Denver minted Morgan silver dollar was the only Morgan ever minted at the Denver mint.
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a126t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1878-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a129t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1897-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver. The New Orleans 1897 Morgan Silver Dollars seem to be selling for much more than the ones minted in San Francisco or Philadelphia.
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a130t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1921 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a132t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1901-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a134t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1889-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a135t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1879 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a137t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1880-S Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a138t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two Silver Morgan Dollars: 1901-O and 1921-D. The 1921 Denver minted Morgan was the only Morgan ever minted at the Denver mint.
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a140t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, 7 tail feathers, slanted top arrow feather.
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a143t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1889-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a144t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1883 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a146t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1887-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, 7 tail feathers, slanted top arrow feather.
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a149t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1880 Morgan Silver Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a151t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1900-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a153t.jpgDESCRIPTION: Two 1921 Morgan Dollars, 90% Silver. The Minting of Morgans started up again in 1921. Not since 1904 had these coins been minted. Due to the Pittman Act, passed in 1918, many of the 1921 Morgans are actually older Morgans and Peace dollars melted down and re-coined.
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a154t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1885-O Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver, toned. 1885-O Morgans have sold reliably for between $150 and $180 over the last 2 years.
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a155t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1921 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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a158t.jpgDESCRIPTION: 1883 Morgan Dollar, 90% Silver.
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