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U.S. Coin Values: Morgan Dollars.

About 1893-CC $1

The 1893-CC Morgan dollar is one of the most famous and scarcest of all regular-issue Morgan dollars. Adding to its allure is that it is the last of the CC-mint Morgan dollars, hailing from the legendary Carson City Mint. Yet, there are just enough survivors for this piece that it remains obtainable, and there are plenty of specimens on the market at any given time.

The coin is relatively common through MS62, much scarcer in MS63, extremely scarce in MS64, and exceedingly rare in MS65 or higher grades. PLs are extraordinarily tough in any grade, with a handful known in the MS65 range. DMPLs are downright rare, with none known in the Gem level. Beware, many counterfeit 1893-CC Morgan dollars are on the market masquerading as the real deal. Buy certified when possible, unless confident in the ability to decipher authentic raw pieces from counterfeits.

Obverse: Portrait of Liberty centered. On the left are found 7 stars with the words E*PLURIBUS*UNUM followed by 6 stars on the right. The date is positioned at the bottom.

Reverse: The heraldic eagle is centered holding a bunch of arrows and branch surrounded by and olive leaves. The words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA * ONE DOLLAR frame the periphery. Mint mark, if any, appears above the letters DO of DOLLAR.

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Coin Date: 1893-CC
Denomination: $1 / Silver dollar
Designation: MS
Mint Mark: CC
Mint Location: Carson City
Mintage: 677,000
Coinage Type: Morgan
Coinage Years: 1878-1921
Composition: 90% silver; 10% copper
Strike Type: Business
Diameter: 38.1 mm
Fineness: 0.9
Weight: 26.73 gr
Designer: George T. Morgan
Edge: Reeded
PCGS #: 7222
NGC ID: 255S
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