Gold: 1876.57
Silver: 23.53
Platinum: 845.00
Palladium: 2181.59
How much is my U.S. 1881-CC $1 business strike dollar worth?



About 1881-CC $1 MS Morgan Dollars

With its original production run of 296,000 pieces, the 1881-CC boasts one of the lowest mintages of any Carson City Morgan dollar, even lower than the key-date 1893-CC, with its mintage of 677,000. However, there are many more survivors of the 1881-CC than the 1893-CC, and this is seen in terms of price and availability. Yes, the 1881-CC is one of the pricier CC Morgans but is available in decent quantities through MS66, above which it becomes a scarce coin. A handful of MS68s exist but are priced beyond the means of most collectors, though they find plenty of eager bids from deep-pocketed registry set collectors. PLs and DMPLs appear in the marketplace with regular frequency, even in the Gem range.



Coin Date: 1881-CC
Denom: $1 / Silver dollar
Desg: MS
Mint Mark: CC
Mint Location: Carson City
Mintage: 296,000
Coinage Type: Morgan
Coinage Years: 1878-1921
Composition: 90% silver; 10% copper
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 38.1 mm
Weight: 26.73 gr
Designer: George T. Morgan
Edge: Reeded
Catalog #: 7126
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