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Morgan Silver Dollars

  • 1883-CC Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1883-CC Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    The silver strike called the Comstock Lode, the largest in U.S. history, gave birth to the Carson City Mint (‘CC’).  The Carson City Mint coined Morgans for only 13 years between 1878 and 1893, a paltry 2% of all Morgan Dollars minted...

    $595.00
  • 1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    The silver strike called the Comstock Lode, the largest in U.S. history, gave birth to the Carson City Mint (‘CC’).  The Carson City Mint coined Morgans for only 13 years between 1878 and 1893, a paltry 2% of all Morgan Dollars minted...

    $595.00
  • 1902-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1902-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $115.00
  • 1901-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1901-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $119.00
  • 1900-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1900-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $119.00
  • 1899-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1899-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $119.00
  • 1890-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1890-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $185.00
  • 1888-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1888-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $135.00
  • 1887-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1887-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $175.00
  • 1885-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1885-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $115.00
  • 1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar - Brilliant Uncirculated Condition

    When the New Orleans Mint opened back in 1835, New Orleans was considered “The Queen of the South,” the richest city in America.  The volume of trade moving up and down the Mississippi cried out for a branch mint to serve its bustling...

    $115.00