U.S. Coin Values: Morgan Dollars (GSA).
About 1880-S GSA Hoard $1
The 1880-S GSA Morgan dollars are rare, and certainly much tougher to find than almost any of the Carson City Morgan dollars that form the bulk of the GSA Morgans. The 1880-S GSA Morgan dollars are found both circulated and uncirculated and in hard packs as well as soft packs. PLs and DMPLs are relatively rare and, as do GSA silver dollars in any condition, command substantial premiums.
|Denomination:||$1 / One dollar|
|Mint Location:||San Francisco|
|Coinage Type:||Morgan silver dollar|
|Composition:||90% silver; 10% copper|
|Designer:||George T. Morgan|
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