The Morgan dollar
is "by far the most widely collected and traded numismatic coin in the world" (Louis Golino, CoinWeek.
A new appendix on Morgan dollar
errors has also been added.
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Friday at the track known as "The Beast of the Southeast," or Lowe's Motor Speedway Charlotte, in North Carolina.
He covers the America of the Morgan Dollar
era, anatomy of a dollar: a brief look at design, the Morgan dollar
series: a market study revisited, a year-by-year breakdown of circulation and prices for collectors, and Morgan Dollar
Some individual highlights include: 1879 Flowing Hair Stella $4 Cameo Proof 67, 1916-S $20 MS66, Friedberg 2231-B Series 1934 $10,000 dollar note Gem Crisp Uncirculated 65, Friedberg 1223-g Series 1882 $10,000 Gold Certificate - punch cancelled and listed as "Extremely Rare" in the catalog, 1890 Seated dime Proof 68 Deep Cameo, 1871 Judd-1100 pattern quarter in copper Proof 65 Red, 1899 Morgan dollar
Proof67, 1836 Gobrecht dollar Judd-60 Proof 63, 1922-S and 1923-S Peace dollars both MS67 Ex: Binion Collection, and a 1900-O/CC Morgan dollar
NGC Graded Proof 64 Ultra Cameo Triple Struck with Reverse Rotation $31,200 1903 Morgan Dollar
Also highlighting the auction is an 1863 Liberty Seated $1, an 1868 Liberty Seated Dollar, an 1876 Trade Dollar, an 1879 - CC Morgan Dollar
, 1879 - CC Morgan Dollars
, 1898 China, Fengtien Dollars and an 1883 $2.
Howard $161,000 Lot 1474-1483 Double Pan-Pacific Set, sold individually, ex Good River $768,401 Lot 1490 1795 Flowing Hair 2 leaves PCGS MS63, ex Good River $112,700 Lot 1800 1889-CC Morgan Dollar
PCGS MS64 $ 50,600 Lot 2031 1921 Peace Dollar NGC MS67 $ 33,350
Other highlights from The Good River Collection include: 1794 Half Dime NGC MS67, 1797 $10 Large Eagle NGC MS61, 1909 $20 NGC Proof 66, 1879 Flowing Hair $4 Stella NGC PR63, 1839 25c No Drapery NGC MS66, 1918/7-S 25c PCGS MS64, 1860-O Seated Liberty Dollar NGC MS66, 1897-O Morgan Dollar
PCGS MS66, 1901 Philadelphia Morgan Dollar
NGC MS65, 1921 Peace Dollar NGC MS67, and hundreds of other superb quality coins.
Some highlights of this auction include: Lot 437 1879 $4 PCGS PF62 Flowing Hair $138,000 Lot 488 1797 $10 Capped Bust PCGS AU55 $126,500 Lot 407 1909 Quarter Eagle PCGS PF65 $47,150 Lot 29 1851 Seated Dollar PCGS MS60 $46,000 Lot 412 1915 Quarter Eagle PCGS PF66 $39,100 Lot 539 1909 Double Eagle PCGS PF64 $39,100 Lot 62 1870-CC Seated Dollar PCGS MS63 $36,800 Lot 302 1889-CC Morgan Dollar
NGC MS63 $33,350 Lot 30 1852 Seated Dollar PCGS AU53 $32,200 Lot 52 1864 Seated Dollar PCGS MS65 $32,200
Lot 1466, an 1884-S NGC MS64 Morgan Dollar
, sold for $62,100.
Among notable lots were 745, ex Dean Collection, an 1884 Morgan Dollar
, PCGS PF68, that hammered down for $44,850, as well as lot 1030, a 1901 Morgan Dollar
NGC PF68, sold at $27,600.