Morgan Dollar

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Morgan Dollar

A $1 coin minted in the United States between 1878 and 1904, and again in 1921. It featured Lady Liberty on the obverse and is named for George T. Morgan, who designed it.
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Items of interest for the marathon auction include: Bulova silver tone ladies bracelet watch with diamond accents, 2002 Liberia Lincoln pure gold twenty-five dollar coin, German Private Issue Kennedy pure gold ducat, 1890 uncirculated Morgan silver dollar coin, 2001 Liberia Gettysburg gold ten dollar coin, 1854 Indian Princess Head pure gold dollar coin, Goebel Hummel TMK 3 Little Gardener 4.
A Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars: A Complete History and Price Guide appears in its fourth updated, revised edition to provide the latest values and grading instructions for the Morgan silver dollar, and is a pick for any coin collector's library.
A Guide Book of Morgan Silver Dollars: A Complete History and Price Guide appears in its third updated edition to provide the latest market analysis for each date and mintmark of the Morgan silver dollar.
Other coins such as an 1893-S Morgan silver dollar, 1895-O Morgan silver dollar, other Morgan silver dollars, 1923 peace dollar, an 1893 Columbian exposition half dollar and an 1851 U.
An example of the kind of collectible transaction that can occur was the recent sale of a Morgan Silver Dollar which went for $53,000 in the HobbyRat auction," said Mr.
Attracting widespread in-person, phone, and Internet bidding were: a 1915-S Panama-Pacific Octagonal $50 gold in MS-63 (PCGS) at $69,000, an 1895 Morgan silver dollar in Proof-64 (PCGS) at $63,250, a 1794 Half Dime in MS-64 (PCGS) at $48,300, and an 1856-S Type II Liberty Head gold dollar in MS-64 (NGC) at $39,100.
This eBay auction offers an extraordinary 1896 Morgan Silver Dollar, the rarest and most expensive coin ever sold exclusively Online at an Internet auction.
Included in this sale were several highlights, such as an 1893-S silver dollar in mint state 64 that realized $287,500, which is a spectacular price for a Morgan silver dollar, and a 1794 silver dollar in very fine 20, a well-worn example of America's first silver dollar, which sold for $97,750.
Among the leading coins in this week's sale was a 1904 Morgan silver dollar MS 65 PCGS, realized $2,500.
A college student, who started collecting coins as a young child when "the tooth fairy" left Morgan silver dollars under his pillow, is the winner of the 2012 Professional Numismatists Guild (www.
coins include Morgan silver dollars, silver eagles, dollar sets, trade dollars, half dollars, peace silver dollars and Eisenhower dollars.
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