About 1884-CC Morgan Dollars
This is one of the most common Carson City Morgan dollars, with all CC-mint Morgans enjoying an enthusiast base all their own. Thus, premiums are strong even on the relatively common examples such as this one. These are widely available through a grade of about MS66 and become much scarcer at higher levels. A tiny number survive above MS67, with a few in the MS68 range ? a threshold at which serious bidders seemingly stop at almost nothing to claim their prize. PLs are scarce and DMPLs are somewhat scarcer, with those grading higher than MS65 very challenging but available for a price.
|Denom:||$1 / Silver dollar|
|Mint Location:||Carson City|
|Composition:||90% silver; 10% copper|
|Designer:||George T. Morgan|
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