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Morgan Silver Dollars




ImageItem IDDescriptionSales Price
117690PARAMOUNT 1878 8TF $1 P65$ 1,475.00
NEW DIES WERE PREPARED WHICH PROTRAYED AN EAGLE WITH SEVEN TAIL FEATHERS. MINTAGE: 750,000 est. BECAUSE OF THE HIGH RELIEF, THE 1878 8-TAIL FEATHER WAS HARD TO STACK AND CAUSED STRIKING PROBLEMS, SO THE NEXT NEW 7 TAILFEATHERS ALSO HAD A SHALLOWER RELIEF DESIGN. SENSATIONAL EYE APPEAL! BOLD STRIKE. A 1ST YEAR MORGAN DOLLAR SELDOM SEEN IN THESE PARAMOUNT HOLDERS. Sensatiional eye appeal, only slight rim toning and mostly all white surfaces. Probably just shy of a <
 
117690PARAMOUNT 1878 8TF $1 P65$ 1,475.00
MS65 by todays grading standards.
 
121761SILVER 1878 8TF $1 MS64 CAC PC$ 575.00
HINTS OF RIM TONING. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL. WELL STRUCK WITH BOLD DETAILS, THE REVERSE HAS THE NARROW AND CONCAVE EAGLE S BREAST. BECAUSE OF THE HIGH RELIEF DESIGN CAUSING STRIKING PROBLEMS AND BEING HARD TO STACK, THIS WAS ALSO CHANGED TO A SHALLOWER RELIEF DESIGN. PCGS HAS CERTIFIED 3,612 IN MS64 WITH ONLY 239 WITH CAC CERTIFICATION. THERE ARE ONLY 239 OF ALL THE 5,660 GRADE BY PCGS & NGC!
 
129352SILVER 1878 7/8 WEAK $1 MS63$ 275.00
month as required by the Bland-Allison Act of 1878, these dies were gathered up and the new 7-tail feather design was superimposed over the 8-tail feather design. 4 OR MORE TAIL FEATHERS SHOULD SHOW UNDER THE EXISTING 7-TAIL FEATHER DESIGN IN ORDER FOR THE COIN TO BE ADVERTISED AS AN 1878 7/8 TAIL FEATHER DOLLAR. DON T KNOW WHY IT IS LISTED AS A WEAK VARIETY WITH 4 OF THE 8 SHOWING HAS TWO SHARP POINTS ON CHIN AND LIP? NOT SURE THE VAM OR VARIETY??
 
129863SILVER 1878 7/8TF $1 MS64 PCGS$ 500.00
pressure to produce the minimum of 2 million silver dollars per month as required by the Bland-Allison Act of 1878, these dies were gathered up and the new 7-tail feather design was superimposed over the 8-tail feather design. There are probably more than 16 die varieties. ESTIMATED MINTAGE: 600,000 (est)
 
133571SILVER 1878 7/8TF $1 MS62 PCGS$ 275.00
large number of working dies remained. Because of the pressure to produce the minimum of 2 million silver dollars per month as required by the Bland-Allison Act of 1878, these dies were gathered up and the new 7-tail feather design was superimposed over the 8 tail-feather design. At least 13 or more varieties exist. YOU CAN SEE CLEARLY 5 OF THE ORIGINAL 8 TAILFEATHERS ON THIS ONE! MODERATELY SCARCE IN PROOFLIKE
 
101900SILVER 1878 R79 $1 MS61 PCGS$ 150.00
adequate. Few pieces are boldly struck, especially on the reverse. RARE IN PROOFLIKE.
 
103970SILVER 1878 7TF R79 $1 MS64+$ 775.00
CONDITION! MINTAGE: EST 2,000,000. PCGS CERTIFIED AND CAC CERTIFICATION TOO. A GREAT PRICE POINT FOR THIS DATE. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL.
 
114917SILVER 1878 7TF R79 $1 MS64 CA$ 575.00
MARKS AND REVERSE IS VERY SMOOTH. A POPULAR MORGAN DOLLAR VARIETY THAT IS SOUGHT AFTER BY MORE AND MORE COLLECTORS. A HINT OF TONING ON OBVERSE AROUND THE DATE THAT IS LIGHT BRONZE IN COLOR LOOKS GREAT.
 
121818SILVER 1878 CC $1 MS64 CAC PCG$ 650.00
LETTERS, AND THE ANGLE WHICH THEY ARE POSITIONED, VARIES FROM DIE TO DIE.
 
116667SILVER 1879 $1 MS65 CAC PCGS$ 700.00
usually bagmarks which are heavy on most pieces. Scarce in fully prooflike.
 
129036GSA 1879 CC $1*MS62 NGC$ 6,950.00
NGC CERTIFIED GRADE MS62. GSA CARSON CITY MORGAN. TOTALLY ORIGINAL CARTWHEEL LUSTER, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL. 756,000 1879 CC MINTED BUT ONLY 4,123 79-CC GSA S IN THE US GOVERNMENT GSA HOARD. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, ALL WHITE WITH DO DISTRACTING TONES, SMOOTH FIELDS FOR THE GRADE. INCLUDES BLACK GSA BOX. CLEAR CC MINT MARK AND THE ORIGINAL CARD TOO.
 
115516SILVER 1879 O $1 MS64 PCGS$ 675.00
CIRCULATIION IN LARGE QUANTITIES.
 
120609SILVER 1879 O $1 MS64 PCGS$ 825.00
in AU condition. Like other New Orleans minted Morgan dollars, they were released into circulation soon after being minted. NO APOLOGIES - YOU WILL LIKE IT TOO!
 
114641SILVER 1879 S $1 MS66+ PCGS$ 625.00
copper coin struck at the San Francisco Mint was the silver dollar. A less stressful producion schedule enabled mint personnelto concentrate on making the silver dollars of these years among the finest this country has ever produced. ROUND BREAST EAGLE VARIETY.
 
127680SILVER 1880/79 CC R78 $1 MS65$ 2,000.00
by the Bland-Allison Act of 1878, defective working dies may have been used. Or another possible cause may have been improper basining of the dies. Probably in an effort to limit the use of these defective dies, a number of 1880-CC dollars were struck with the flat breast reverse dies used to strike the 1878-CC dollar. Also, the dates were imperfectly obliterated on many of the working dies used to strike the 1879-CC dollar, and the 1880 date was punched in creating an overdate
 
127680SILVER 1880/79 CC R78 $1 MS65$ 2,000.00
variety. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, WELL STRUCK WITH BOLD DETAILS, ALL WHITE AND FROSTY.
 
123049SILVER 1880 CC $1 MS65 PCGS$ 1,225.00
dollars appear to be very poorly struck. PROPERBLY DEFECTIVE HUBS WERE USED IN MAKING THE WORKING DIES FOR THE 1880-CC DOLLAR. Later in the year they were discarded but not before several thousand imperfect coins had been struck. ALL WHITE SURFACES WITH NO TONES OR TONE SPOTS, BRILLIANT MINT STATE CARTWHEEL LUSTER, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL. A POPULAR CARSON CITY MORGAN DOLLAR!
 
123161SILVER 1880 CC $1 MS64 CAC PCG$ 700.00
1878, defective hubs were used in making the working dies for the 1880-CC dollar A popular Carson City and totally original from the mint.
 
100895SILVER 1881 S $1 MS64 PCGS$ 125.00
PCGS 1ST GENERATION SMALL TYPE RATTLER HOLDER. BRILLIANT MINT STATE LUSTER TYPICAL OF THIS DATE FROM THE SAN FRANCISCO MINT. MINTAGE: 12,760,000 By far the most common of all the S mint dollars in uncirculated condition. MOST ARE UNIFORM IN EXCELLENCE OF STRIKES AND LUSTER. THE REDFIELD HOARD CONTAINED A FEW THOUSAND DEEPLY MIRRORED PIECES.
 
109572SILVER 1881 S $1 MS65+ PCGS$ 225.00
MINIMUM ABRASIONS ARE COMON. A SEMI-PROOFIKE AND REALLY NICE.
 
118063SILVER 1882 O/S $1 MS64 STRONG$ 1,525.00
O MINT MARK AND SHIPPED TO NEW ORLEANS FOR STRIKING. THE CURVE OF THE S IS EASILY VISIBLE INSIDE THE O . ALL 1882 O/S DOLLARS EVIDENCE A RATHER FUZZY APPEARANCE, EVEN THOUGH THE STRIKE IS ADEQUATE. UNDER MAGNIFICATION YOU SEE THE EVIDENCE OF RUSTED DIES.
 
101737SILVER 1883 $1 MS65 PCGS$ 325.00
and most have superior luster.
 
P126799SILVER 1883 CC $1 MS65 PCGS$ 475.00
U.S. CARSON CITY MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR MINT STATE 65. A POPULAR CARSON CITY MORGAN DOLLAR. FROSTY LUSTER WITH NO TONES.
 
105811SILVER 1884 $1 MS65 PCGS$ 300.00
CANNOT BE CLASSIFIED AS A COMMON DATE BU DOLLAR. RARE IN FULLY PROOFLIKE.
 
105557SILVER 1884 CC $1 MS64+ PCGS$ 325.00
BRILLIANT MINT STATE CARTWHEEL LUSTER, FULL STRIKE & SHARP DETAILS DETAILS, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL! ALL ORIGINAL UNCLEANED SURFACES WITH A SLIGHT HINT OF A GOLDEN CRESCENT REVERSE TONE. FEW MARKS ARE ON EITHER SIDE AND WORTHY OF THE PCGS PLUS + GRADE.
 
118768SILVER 1884 S $1 AU58 CAC PCGS$ 2,975.00
ACTUALLY ONLY 38 IN MS64 $130,000 AND ONLY 48 IN MS63 $55,000. A MS60 IS VALUED AT $8,750.
 
116138SILVER 1885 $1 MS66 NGC$ 325.00
STRONGLY DOUBLED DATE DIGITS AT TOP AND WILL BRING A MODEST PREMIUM - THIS IS NOT A VAM 6.
 
121052SILVER 1885 CC $1 MS64+ PCGS$ 925.00
UNDER DATE. ONE OF THE LARGEST DASHES KNOWN. C3a REVERSE WITH DIE CHIPS WITHIN BOTH MINT MARK C S. A BEAUTY WITH EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL.
 
119363SILVER 1885 S $1 MS64+CAC PCGS$ 1,450.00
DEMAND AND GEMS ARE WORTH A PREMIUM. PCGS PRICE GUIDE MS65 $2.100 MS66 $6,750. PCGS CERTIFIED WITH THE CAC STICKER AND THE + DESIGNATION CERTIFIES THIS ONE AS A PREMIUM GRADE.
 
123058SILVER 1885 S $1 MS63 PCGS$ 375.00
PCGS CERTIFIED GRADE.
 
115062SILVER 1886 S $1 MS63PL PCGS$ 775.00
KNOW HOW MANY OTHER OF THESE ARE IN THE 1ST GENERATION PCGS HOLDER?
 
104226SILVER 1887 $1 MS64 PCGS$ 110.00
GRADE CERTIFIED BY PCGS.
 
119407SILVER 1887/6 $1 MS62 PCGS$ 450.00
REMAINS OF THE 6 SHOWING AS CURVED LINES ON EITHER SIDE OF THE BOTROM OF THE 7 AQND BRINGS A SUBSTANIAL PREMIUM IN ALL GRADES. OVERALL EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL AND ORIGINAL UNCLEANED SURFACES. LOTS OF LUSTER.
 
118649SILVER 1887 O $1 MS65+ PCGS$ 5,350.00
Luster is often deficient and gems are elusive. SLIGHT HIGH POINT WEAKNESS.
 
118059SILVER 1887 S $1 MS64 PCGS$ 675.00
2,200 IT IS DIFFICULT TO FIND ONE OF THESE WITHOU EXCESSIVE BABMARKS. A FEW DIE VARIETIES EXIST BUT ALL ARE FAIRLY MINOR.
 
126422SILVER 1887 S $1 MS64 PCGS$ 750.00
2012! and was glad he traded it back for a MS65!! A MS65 sells for $2,590. A few die varieties exist but all are fairly minor. Proof-likes are fairly scarce and some are cameo. One sided proof-likes are not uncommon.
 
128589REDFIELD 1887 S $1 R65$ 575.00
BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR FROM THE LAVERE REDFIELD COLLECTION SOLD BY PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN CORP. JUNE 1976. Mr. LaVere Redfield died in 1974 at the age of 76. He left over 400,000 silver dollars in his estate. Redfield started as a potato digger in Idaho. He scrimped and saved wherever possible even arguing with grocery clerks over a few cents on food items. He bought real estate, etc. at tax sales. During the depression he moved
 
128589REDFIELD 1887 S $1 R65$ 575.00
to California and was called THE JUNKMAN because he purchased supposedly worthless stock from several Los Angeles stockbrokers which no one else would touch for next-to-nothing prices. Later, Redfield bought a large stone house in Reno, Nevada where he apparently started his silver dollar collection. He packed away rolls and bags of silver dollars behind a 39 inch concrete wall in his basement. During his life, few people were aware of his actual wealth.
 
122377SILVER 1888 $1 MS65 PCGS$ 220.00
1888-P dollars is good. APPARENTLY MANY MILLIONS WERE LOST IN THE SILVER DOLLAR MELTS OVER THE YEARS.
 
122889REDFIELD 1888 S $1 R65$ 850.00
BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR FROM THE LAVERE REDFIELD COLLECTION SOLD BY PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN CORP. JUNE 1976. Mr. LaVere Redfield died in 1974 at the age of 76. He left over 400,000 silver dollars in his estate. Redfield started as a potato digger in Idaho. He scrimped and saved wherever possible even arguing with grocery clerks over a few cents on food items. He bought real estate, etc. at tax sales. During the depression he moved
 
122889REDFIELD 1888 S $1 R65$ 850.00
to California and was called THE JUNKMAN because he purchased supposedly worthless stock from several Los Angeles stockbrokers which no one else would touch for next-to-nothing prices. Later, Redfield bought a large stone house in Reno, Nevada where he apparently started his silver dollar collection. He packed away rolls and bags of silver dollars behind a 39 inch concrete wall in his basement. During his life, few people were aware of his actual wealth.
 
133509SILVER 1888 S $1 MS64+ CAC$ 1,975.00
IN GEM CONDITION, CONSIDERABLY MORE THAN THE 1886-S. MINTAGE: 657,000. PCGS CERTIFIED WITH THE PLUS {+} AND ALSO CAC CERTIFIED!
 
100360SILVER 1889 $1 MS63 OGH$ 75.00
The 1889-P is rarely found in superb condition. Very scarce in lustrous prooflike condition.
 
110579SILVER 1889 $1 MS64 PCGS$ 95.00
IT IS PROBABLY LESS AVAILABLE IN UNCIRCULATED GRADES THAN THE MORE PUBLICIZED 1888-O! APPARTENTLY MANY MILLIONS WERE MELTED. LUSTER IS OFTEN JUST MEDIOCRE AND MOST ARE HEAVILY BAGMARKED.
 
112921SILVER 1889 $1 MS62 PCGS$ 60.00
Because it is a high-mintage Philadelphia dollar, manyk lack high point detail. Luster is often mediocre and most pieces are heavily bagmarked. Also to make the dies last longer, many appear to be softly struck. The 1889-P is rarely found in superb condition.
 
114557SILVER 1889 $1 MS64 PCGS$ 85.00
MAKE THE DIES LAST LONGER, THEY WERE SOFTLY STRUCK.
 
130420SILVER 1889 CC $1 AU50 PCGS$ 7,400.00
ADDITION TO ANY MORGAN DOLLAR SET! THIS ONE CAME OUT OF AN OLD OLD COLLECTION WHICH WAS TRADED FOR A HIGHER GRADE.
 
132622SILVER 1889 O $1 MS64+ CAC PCG$ 1,875.00
premium. ONLY A FEW UNCIRCULAED SMALL o SPECIMENS ARE KNOWN.
 
104932SILVER 1889 S $1 AU55 PCGS$ 175.00
BAGS BECAME AVAILABLE IN THE 1940 S SO THEY BECAME COMMON.
 
121456REDFIELD 1889 S $1 R65$ 575.00
BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR FROM THE LAVERE REDFIELD COLLECTION SOLD BY PARAMOUNT INTERNATIOINAL COIN CORP. JUNE 1976. Mr. LaVere Redfield died in 1974 at the age of 76. He left over 400,000 silver dollars in his estate. Redfield started as a potato digger in Idaho. He scrimped and saved wherever possible even arguing with grocery clerks over a few cents on food items. He bought real estate, etc. at tax sales. During the depression he moved
 
121456REDFIELD 1889 S $1 R65$ 575.00
to California and was called THE JUNKMAN because he purchased supposedly worthless stock from several Los Angeles stockbrokers which no one else would touch for next-to-nothing prices. Later, Redfield bought a large stone house in Reno, Nevada where he apparently started his silver dollar collection. He packed away rolls and bags of silver dollars behind a 39 inch concrete wall in his basement. During his life, few people were aware of his actual wealth.
 
P133423SILVER 1890 $1 MS63 PCGS$ 90.00
U.S. SILVER DOLLAR MINT STATE 63 PCGS CERTIFIED. FROSTY PHILADELPHIA MINT TYPE LUSTER WITH NO TONES AND EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL..
 
103699PARAMOUNT 1890 CC $1 P60$ 1,375.00
POPULAR CARSON CITY MORGAN DOLLAR INSIDE THE PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN CORP. BLACK HOLDER U.S. SILVER DOLLAR MINT STATE 60 SEALED HOLDER. THESE ARE HARDLY SEEN AND ARE A DATE MOST COLLECTORS OF THE PARAMOUNT HOLDERS DO NOT HAVE. LOOKS MORE LIKE A MS63+ GRADE BY TODAY S STANDARDS? BLUE GRAY TONING SURROUNDS THE DEVICES AND REALLY LOOKS GREAT. THIS IS THE ONLY ONE OF THIS DATE I HAVE EVER HAD TO SELL! DO NOT HESITATE AND THINK ABOUT IT TOO LONG - IT WILL SELL FAST.
 
P130773SILVER 1890 O $1 MS65 PCGS$ 1,750.00
VAM 10A HOT 50! ALL WHITE AND EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL. PCGS HAS ONLY GRADED 294 MS66/MS66+!
 
121191SILVER 1890 O $1 MS64DMPL PCGS$ 1,850.00
just to the right of the date. Prooflikes aare fairly available and usually have good contrast. However, the strike is often weak. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL AND DEEP MIRRORS ON BOTH SIDES.
 
122893REDFIELD 1890 S $1 MS62 NGC$ 175.00
BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR FROM THE LAVERE REDFIELD COLLECTION SOLD BY PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN CORP. JUNE 1976. Mr. LaVere Redfield died in 1974 at the age of 76. He left over 400,000 silver dollars in his estate. Redfield started as a potato digger in Idaho, He scrimped and saved wherever possible even arguing with grocery clerks over a few cents on food items. He bought real estate, etc. at tax sales. During the depression he moved
 
122893REDFIELD 1890 S $1 MS62 NGC$ 175.00
to California and was called THE JUNKMAN because he purchased supposedly worthless stock from several Los Angeles stockbrokers which no one else would touch for next-to-nothing prices. Later, Redfield bought a large stone house in Reno, Nevada where he apparently started his silver dollar collection. He packed away rolls and bags of silver dollars behind a 39 inch concrete wall in his basement. During his life, few people were aware of his actual wealth. NGC
 
122893REDFIELD 1890 S $1 MS62 NGC$ 175.00
CERTIFIED MS62 IN THE ORIGINAL PARAMOUNT BLACK HOLDER. SHADES OF BLUE, GREY AND BRONZE MOSTLY ON THE OBVERSE. A GREAT SAN FRANCISCO DATE WITH THE REDFIELD PEDIGREE
 
125250REDFIELD 1890 S $1 R65$ 475.00
BRILLIANT LUSTER, SHARP STRIKE, SLIGHT RIM TONING & SUPER EYE APPEAL. IN THE ORIGINAL A SILVER DOLLAR from THE REDFIELD HOLDER - Mint State 65 - THE PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN CORPORATION.
 
108408REDFIELD 1891 CC $1 R65$ 1,350.00
A CARSON CITY MORGAN DOLLAR IN THE RED HOLDER PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN. CORPORATION MINT STATE 65 SEALED HOLDER CERTIFIED FROM THE FAMOUS REDFIELD HOLDER AS NOTED ON THE HOLDER. THESE ARE AS HARD TO FIND AS THE ONES IN THE GSA HOLDERS AND MAYBE EVEN HARDER DUE TO AVAILABLITY. BRILLIANT MINT STATE CARTWHEEL LUSTER SLIGHT RIM TONING TYPICAL OF REDFIELD HOLDERS. FULLY STRUCK WITH SHARP DETAILS. PROBABLY A MS64 BY TODAY S STANDARDS. THIS IS THE SPITTING EAGLE VARIETY .
 
124205SILVER 1891 CC $1 MS64 CAC NGC$ 1,275.00
CERTIFIED 158 IN HIGHER GRADES AND PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 984 IN HIGHER GRADES. ONLY A SMALL NUMBER HAVE CAC CERTIFICATIONS!
 
104941SILVER 1891 O $1 MS64+ CAC$ 3,675.00
FOR $7,750 Mint records show that 3,534,616 1891-O dollars were struck from reclaimed trade dollar bullion. A PERFECT NEW ORLEANS DATE FOR THE COLLECTOR THAT LIKE A LITTLE ORIGINAL TONING.
 
121776SILVER 1891 O $1 MS64 CAC PCGS$ 875.00
69 ONES GRADED BY NGC HAVE A CAC STICKER.
 
121569REDFIELD 1891 S $1 R65$ 425.00
BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR FROM THE LAVERE REDFIELD COLLECTION SOLD BY PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN CORP. JUNE 1976. Mr. LaVere Redfield died in 1974 at the age of 76. He left over 400,000 silver dollars in his estate. Redfield started as a potato digger in Idaho. He scrimped and saved wherever possible even arguing with grocerty clerks over a few cents on food items. He bought real estae, etc. at tax sales. During the depression he moved
 
121569REDFIELD 1891 S $1 R65$ 425.00
to California and was called THE JUNKMAN because he purchased supposedly worthless stock from several Los Angeles stockbrokers which no one else would touch for next-to-nothing prices. Later, Redfield bought a large stone house in Reno, Nevada where he apparently started his silver dollar collection. He packed away rolls and bags of silver dolloars behind a 39 inch concrete wall in his basement. During his life, few people were aware of his actual wealth.
 
122723SILVER 1891 S $1 MS65+ CAC PCG$ 2,675.00
EVERY CERTIFICATION. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 112 IN HIGHER GRADES AND ONLY 35 OF THESE HAVE CAC CERTIFICATION.
 
122016SILVER 1892 $1 MS65 CAC PCGS$ 4,950.00
PCGS CERTIFIED GEM WITH THE CAC CERTIFICATION TOO! A WHITE FROSTY MINT STATE CARTWHEEL LUSTER WITH HINTS OF A VERY LIGHT GOLDEN RIM TONES. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL. SLIGHT HIGH POINT WEAKNESS OVER LIBERTY S EAR AND THE TOPS OF A FEW OF THE EAGLE S BREAST FEATHERS BUT CERTAINLY WORTHY OF THE GRADE. A FEW DIE VARIETIES EXIST BUT NONE ARE SIGNIFICANT. WORTHY OF BEING IN ANY HIGH GRADED MORGAN DOLLAR SET.
 
102929SILVER 1892 CC $1 MS62 CAC$ 2,100.00
VERY FEW 1892-CC DOLLARS WERE RELEASED PRIOR TO THE 20TH CENTURTY. There was only 1 in the U.S. GOVERNMENT GSA SALES. BY THE 1980 S, UNCIRCULATED 1892-CC S were valued at more than all other CC issues except 1889, 1893, and 1879. At least nine varieties exist for this date, but none are valued at more than the date itself. ALL ORIGINAL WITH NO CLEANING, EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, SLIGHT RIM TONING LOOKS GREAT, BRILLIANT MINT STATE LUSTER, MOST LIGHTLY SURFACE ABRASIONS,
 
102929SILVER 1892 CC $1 MS62 CAC$ 2,100.00
FULLY STUCK WITH BOLD DETAILS. OF 7,090 PCGS GRADE MINT STATE ONLY 441 HAVE THE CAC STICKER TODAY.
 
124718SILVER 1892 CC $1 MS63 PCGS$ 3,575.00
ONLY ONE IN THE U.S. GSA HOARD. SCARCE IN CIRCULATED AND UNCIRCULATED GRADES.
 
125947SILVER 1892 CC $1 MS65 NGC$ 8,850.00
SCARCE IN CIRCULATED GRADES TOO - MANY MUST HAVE BEEN LOST IN THE GREAT MELTS THROUGH THE YEARS?? PREMIMUM FOR THE NGC GRADE - SENSATIONAL EYE APPEAL AND A REAL CARSON CITY GEM QUALITY BEAUTY!
 
129051REDFIELD 1892 CC $1 R65$ 2,975.00
BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR FROM THE LAVERE REDFIELD COLLECTION SOLD BY PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN CORP. JUNE 1976. Mr. LaVere Redfield died in 1974 at the age of 76. He left over 400,000 silver dollars in his estae. Redfield started as a potato digger in Idaho. He scrimped and saved wherever possible even arguing with grocery clerks over a few cents on food items. He bought real estate, etc. at tax sales. During the depression he moved
 
129051REDFIELD 1892 CC $1 R65$ 2,975.00
to California and was called THE JUNKMAN because he purchased sjupposedly worthless stock from severl Los Angeles stockbrokers which no one else would touch for next-to-nothing prices. Later, Redfield bought a large stone house in Reno, Nevada where he apparently started his silver dollar collection. He packed away rolls and bags of silver dollas behind a 39 inch concrete wall in his basement. During his life, few people were aware of his actual wealth.
 
133025SILVER 1892 CC $1 MS64$ 3,275.00
SCARCE IN UNCIRCULATED MANY MUST HAVE BEEN LOST IN THE GREAT MELTS THROUGH THE YEARS. SCARCE IN PROOKLIKE TOO.
 
117648SILVER 1892 O $1 MS64+ CAC$ 2,450.00
feathers probably due to inadequate striking pressure rather than worn dies. Most are heavily abraded too.
 
117752SILVER 1892 O $1 MS63 PCGS$ 475.00
ARE RARE. ONE OF THE RAREST OF THE MORGAN DOLLARS IN PROOFLIKE. All being said, these one does have excellent eye appeal - with few heavy marks on either side and you need to use magnification to see the way it was minted.
 
125145SILVER 1895 O $1 MS61 PCGS$ 19,500.00
very very few of these to sell in all the years of being in business.
 
119593SILVER 1895 O $1 AU55 PCGS$ 2,500.00
REMAINS WITHIN THE PROTECTED AREAS ON BOTH SIDES OF THIS ONE. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL.
 
116125SILVER 1896 $1 MS66 CAC PCGS$ 575.00
PCGS CERTIFIED GEM AND ALL ORIGINAL SMOOTH WHITE SURFACES, SLIGHT RIM TONES, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL.. MINTAGE: 9,976,000. TYPICALLY HAS GOOD LUSTER, AVERAGE BAGMARKS AND A STRIKE WELL ABOVE AVERAGE. GEMS ARE AVAILABLE AND READILY SALEABLE BECAUSE OF THEIR OVERALL PLEASING APPEARANCE. COMMON IN LIGHTLY CIRCULATED. PCGS AND CAC CERTIFIED.
 
123194REDFIELD 1896 $1 R60$ 175.00
BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED MINT STATE MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR FROM THE LAVERE REDFIELD COLLECTION SOLD BY PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN CORP. JUNE 1976. Mr. LaVere Redfield died in 1974 at the age of 76. He left over 400,000 silver dollars in his estate. Redfield started as a potato digger in Idaho. He scrimped and saved wherever possible even arguing with grocery clerks over a few cents on food items. He bought real estate, etc. at tax sales. During the depression he moved
 
123194REDFIELD 1896 $1 R60$ 175.00
to California and was called THE JUNKMAN because he purchased supposedly worthless stock from several Los Angeles stockbrokers which no one else would touch for next-to-nothing prices. Later, Redfield bought a large stone house in Reno, Nevada where he apparently started his silver dollar collection. He packed away rolls and bags of silver dollars behind a 39 inch concrete wall in his basement. During his life, few people were aware of his actual wealth.
 
117710SILVER 1896 O $1 MS62 PCGS$ 2,975.00
abrasions as the 1896-O. A FULLY STRUCK PIECE IS RARE, AND WITH MINIMUM BAGMARDS IS EVEN MORE UNUSUAL. EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL AND PERFECT FOR A MINT STATE MORGAN DOLLAR COLLECTION.
 
121474SILVER 1896 O $1 MS63 PCGS$ 7,350.00
MS66 (2). MOST WERE RELEASED INTO CIRCULATION EARLY. DO NOT HESITATE FOR THIS NEW ORLEANS DATE AND GRADE. PRICE GUIDE MS64 $40,000
 
117791SILVER 1896 S $1 MS63 PCGS$ 4,275.00
VERY FINE. MINTAGE: 5,000,000. NO TONING WITH BRILLIANT CARTWHEEL LUSTER, LIGHT SURFACE MARKS BUT NONE SEVERE, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL.
 
117812SILVER 1896 S $1 MS62 PCGS$ 3,500.00
ABRASIONS PARTICULARLY ABOUT LIBERTY S FACE AND MUCH WEAKNESS ON THE HIGH POINTS DUE TO INADEQUATE STRIKING PRESSURE. THE 1896-S IS ELUSIVE IN GRADES ABOVE VRY FINE SO YOU WILL REALLY DO WELL TO INCLUDE THIS IN YOUR MORGAN DOLLAR SET.
 
117881SILVER 1897 O $1 MS62 CAC PCGS$ 3,100.00
COLLECTION.
 
115803SILVER 1898 O $1 MS66+ CAC PCG$ 775.00
twice the price of the 1889-CC. They appeared in 1962-1964 but were thought to have been lost in the great melts of silver dollars. IT STILL HAS A GOOD LONG TERM POTENTIAL.
 
104149PARAMOUNT 1899 $1 P65$ 775.00
A RED HOLDER PARAMOUNT INTERNATIONAL COIN CORP. U.S. SILVER DOLLAR MINT STATE 65 THIS IS THE FIRST 1899-P I HAVE EVERY HAD TO SELL IN A PARAMOUNT RED HOLDER. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL, MOSTLY WHITE SURFACES WITH A SATIN FROSTY MINT STATE SURROUND BY BRONZE RIM TONING LOOKS FANTASTIC. ALMOST MARK FREE! DON T HESITATE TO GET THIS ONE!!!
 
104235SILVER 1899 O $1 MS64 PCGS OGH$ 90.00
RIM TONE AT TOP OF OBVERSE LOOKS FINE,
 
105540SILVER 1899 O $1 MS65+ PCGS$ 250.00
detail. A FAVORITE OF MORGAN DOLLAR TYPE COLLECTORS.
 
116133SILVER 1899 O $1 MS66+ CAC PCG$ 975.00
POPULATION 132 WITH ONLY 177 IN HIGHER GRADES. FEW HAVE THE CAC CERTIFICATION.
 
132411SILVER 1899 O $1 MS65+ PCGS$ 225.00
STRUCK WITH SHARP DETAILS. ALL WHITE WITH NO DISTRACTING TONES OR TONE SPOTS. A BEAUTIFUL NEW ORLEANS MORGAN DOLLAR. A FAVORITE OF MORGAN DOLLAR TYPE COLLECTORS . PROOFLIKES ARE SOMEWHAT SCARCE
 
132493PARAMOUNT 1899 S $1 P60$ 525.00
PARAMOUNT U.S. SILVER DOLLAR MINT STATE 60 BLACK HOLDER. SEMI PROOFLIKE SURFACES WITH BRONZE RIM TONING LOOKS FANTASTIC.
 
114927SILVER 1899 S $1 MS65 PCGS$ 2,375.00
This is really a pretty SAN FRANCISCO MINTED MORGAN DOLLAR - SEMI-PROOFLIKE ON BOTH SIDES AND YOU CAN T TAKE YOUR EYES AWAY FROM LOOKING AT IT!
 
119189SILVER 1900 $1 MS66 CAC PCGS$ 675.00
APOLOGIES. PCGS AND CAC CERTIFIED. ONLY 21% OF MS65-S GRADED BY PCGS AND NGC HAVE THE CAC STICKER.
 
100073SILVER 1900 $1 MS66 CAC PCGS$ 575.00
the 1900-P is more elusive in BU conditon than the rather large mintage would indicate. CIRCULATED PIECES ARE NOT ABUNDANT EITHER! This leds to the theory that many of the PHILADELPHIA mint dollars which were struck in 1900 were actually dated 1899?
 
121156SILVER 1900 $1 MS66+ CAC PCGS$ 1,700.00
ABRASIONS WILL COMMAND A PREMIUM. Considered a common date but more elusive in BU condition than the rather large mintage would indicate. Circulated pieces are not easy to find either. This lends weight to the theory that many of the Philadelphia mint dollars which were struck in 1900 were actually dated 1899??
 
117215SILVER 1900 O/CC $1 MS65 PCGS$ 2,375.00
EXIST. THIS IS A SLEEPER IN THE MORGAN DOLLAR SERIES! THIS ONE IS A VAM 9 R CENTERED SHIFTED RIGHT. THIS ONE IS FULLY STRUCK WITH COMLPLETE DETAILS. ALL WHITE WITH BRILLIANT MINT STATE CARTWHEEL LUSTER. EXCEPTIONAL EYE APPEAL. PCGS GEM CERTIFIED AND WORTHY WITH FEW MARKS ON EITHER SIDE. A SLIGHT BAGMARK ABOVE THE EAGLE S HEAD PROBABLY HELD BACK AT LEAST A PLUS + GRADE? EXCESSIVELY RARE IN PROOFLIKE CONDITION.
 
124596SILVER 1900 O/CC $1 MS63 PCGS$ 850.00
Philadelphia mint) and after imperfectly filling in the CC mintmark, the O mintmark was punched into several of these working dies. Six different varieties exist. A POPULAR AND SLEEPER MORGAN DOLLAR FOR ALL COLLECTORS. THIS IS A VAM 8 - CENTERED DIE CHIPS. ALL WHITE SURFACES, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL, BRILLIANT MINT STATE LUSTER. EXCESSIVELY RARE IN FULLY PROOFLIKE.
 
118890SILVER 1900 S $1 MS65 PCGS$ 1,900.00
BREAST CAN BE SEEN. PCGS CERTIFIED GEM QUALITY AND AN EXCEPTIONALLY CHOICE MORGAN DOLLAR FREE OF BAGMARKS. SATIN SURFACES AND FULL LUSTER ON THIS DATE IS WORTH A PREMIUM.
 
130928SILVER 1901 $1 XF45 CAC PCGS$ 1,850.00
VARIETY KNOWN AS THE SHIFTED EAGLE AND MUCH OF THE REVERSE IS STRONGLY DOUBLED ESPECIALLY THE TAIL FEATHERS.
 
119809SILVER 1902 $1 MS66+ CAC PCGS$ 1,975.00
VERY SCARCE IN PROOFLIKE.
 
127962SILVER 1903 O $1 MS65+ CAC PCG$ 775.00
OF ALL HAVE A CAC STICKER.
 
129882SILVER 1904 $1 MS64 PCGS$ 575.00
HAVE BEEN CERTIFIED AS MS66! I HAVE HAD VERY FEW BU 1904-P!
 
109526SILVER 1904 O $1 MS65PL PCGS$ 375.00
ORGINAL UNCLEANED. MINTAGE: 2,788,650. Typically has dull, drab luster with lots of abrasions. EXCESSIVELY RARE IN PROOFLIKE.
 
125181SILVER 1904 S $1 MS65 CAC OGH$ 12,200.00
QUALITY. PCGS HAS ONLY CERTIFIED 143 IN MS65 AND 11 IN MS66 AND ONLY 2 IN MS67. THE SCAN DOES NOT SHOW THE FLASHY BRILLIANT LUSTER!!
 
111393SILVER 1921 $1 MS64 PCGS$ 95.00
MORGAN DOLLAR
 
116012SILVER 1921 $1 MS65 NGC$ 150.00
NGC CERTIFIED GEM. ALL ORIGIANL WHITE SURFACES, EXCELLENT EYE APPEAL.
 
116134SILVER 1921 $1 MS66+ PCGS CAC$ 1,975.00
Luster is usually just adequate and sometimes exceptional like this one is. NO TONES OR TONING, NO APOLOGIES.
 
115695SILVER 1921 D $1 MS65+ CAC$ 695.00
DOLLAR STRUCK AT THE DENVER MINT! A POPULAR MORGAN DOLLAR TYPE. ALL HAVE THE MICRO-D MINT MARK. MANY ARE WEAK BUT THIS ONE HAS A STRONG BOLD D . DIES CRACKS ON BOTH SIDES ON THIS ONE TOO. REALLY A GREAT MORGAN DOLLAR FOR ANY COLLECTOR.
 
110138SAE 2000 $1 MS69 NGC$ 55.00
SAE NGC CERTIFIED BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED, GREAT EYE APPEAL.
 
110146SAE 2008 $1 MS69 NGC$ 50.00
SAE EARLY RELEASES EAGLE NGC MS69