Goldberg Coins and Collectibles



Sale 23

Pre-Long Beach Coin and Currency Auction


U.S. Coins - Silver Dollars - Morgan (1884-89)
 
 
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Lot 2692
1884-CC Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-66. Spectacular obverse toning running the gambit of rainbow colors. In a 1st generation PCGS holder.
Estimated Value $750 - 1,000.
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Realized
$2,645
Lot 2693
1884-CC Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-66 PQ. Well struck with semi prooflike surfaces and very few marks. In a first generation PCGS holder and worthy of a Premium Quality bid.
Estimated Value $600 - 800.
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Realized
$1,898
Lot 2694
1884-CC Morgan Dollar. NTC graded MS-66. Our grade is MS-64 (PCGS # 7152) .
Estimated Value $275 - 300.
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Lot 2695
1884-CC Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-65. A frosty white example.
Estimated Value $250 - 275.
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Realized
$345
Lot 2696
1884-CC Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64 Deep Mirror Prooflike. A glittering totally white example.
Estimated Value $200 - 225.
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$345
Lot 2697
  1884-CC Morgan Dollar. ANACS graded MS-64 Ultra Deep Mirror. A blast white example.
Estimated Value $170 - 200.
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$288
Lot 2698
1884-CC Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-63 GSA. This is not your run-of-the-mill GSA Dollar, which is usually white and untoned. Rather, the reverse is toned in a spectacular display of blue, lilac, and gold colors (in fact, the reverse is so special that PCGS decided to flip the coin in the holder and present the reverse first). Untoned on the obverse (PCGS # 7152) .
Estimated Value $200 - 250.
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$184
Lot 2699
1884-CC Morgan Dollar. MS-61. Frosty and white.
Estimated Value $100 - 110.
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Realized
$138
Lot 2700
  1884-CC Morgan Dollar. GSA Holder. MS-60 or better. Each in the original black case with shipping box. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $250 - 300.
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$288
Lot 2701
1884-CC Morgan Dollar. MS-60 plus. In the GSA black plastic holder.
Estimated Value $120 - 140.
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Realized
$144
Lot 2702
  1884-CC Morgan Dollar. MS-60 Plus. In the black GSA holder.
Estimated Value $120 - 140.
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$138
Lot 2703
1884-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-66. Magnificent cool iridescent toning covers the entire obverse surfaces. This vivid gem will cause considerable attention among color enthusiasts.
Estimated Value $400 - 500.
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Lot 2704
1884-O Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-65. Lovely lilac and blue toning on the obverse. The reverse is mostly white.
Estimated Value $300 - 400.
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$322
Lot 2705
1884-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. Full rainbow toning on the left and right sides of the obverse. White on the reverse (PCGS # 7154) .
Estimated Value $250 - 300.
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Lot 2706
  1884-O Morgan Dollar. Vam 20. ANACS graded MS-64 Deep Mirror Prooflike. Glittering white.
Estimated Value $120 - 140.
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$173
Lot 2707
  1884-O Morgan Dollar. MS-60 to MS-63. A nice original BU roll of dollars. Lot of 20 coins.
Estimated Value $400 - 500.
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$460
Lot 2708
1885 Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded Proof 62. A well struck brilliant proof example with decent cameo contrast. Light golden iridescence hugs the outside borders. A total of 930 proofs were made. In an older PCGS holder (PCGS # 7320) .
Estimated Value $750 - 800.
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$1,955
Lot 2709
1885 Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-66. This coin is all about color and beauty, which are heaped in generous quantities on the obverse. Conversely, the back of the coin is dazzling white, with just a touch of golden-orange on the outermost rims. A dazzler.
Estimated Value $400 - 500.
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$414
Lot 2710
1885 Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. Great rainbow toning on the obverse with green highlights (PCGS # 7158) .
Estimated Value $1,700 - 2,000.
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Lot 2711
1885 Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-64 Prooflike. A spectacular toned example! The strike is full with mild to medium mirrors, however, its the obverse toning that will draw all the attention. A natural blending of blue, green and violet tones covers the obverse while the reverse is basically white. In an older NGC holder.
Estimated Value $500 - 750.
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Lot 2712
1885-CC Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-66. A frosty white mint example. Pop of 232 with 13 in MS-67 and 5 in MS-68.
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,200.
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Realized
$1,553
Lot 2713
1885-CC Morgan Dollar. ANACS graded MS-62. Nice white example with a touch of tone about the borders (PCGS # 7160) .
Estimated Value $300 - 330.
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$391
Lot 2714
1885-CC Morgan Dollar. MS-61. Frosty.
Estimated Value $275 - 325.
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$391
Lot 2715
1885-O Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-67. A lovely totally white example with frosty devices throughout. Pop of 194 with 3 in MS-67 Star and 7 in MS-68.
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,200.
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Lot 2716
1885-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-66 PQ. A well struck frosty white gem. In an old green PCGS holder (PCGS # 7162) .
Estimated Value $250 - 300.
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$748
Lot 2717
1885-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-66. Light golden and violet toning across the obverse. In an old green PCGS holder (PCGS # 7162) .
Estimated Value $190 - 210.
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$380
Lot 2718
1885-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65 PQ. Well struck, bright and brosty with a near perfect cheek. In a first generation PCGS holder.
Estimated Value $125 - 175.
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$288
Lot 2719
1885-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65. Frosty white, housed in an older-generation, green-label PCGS holder (PCGS # 7162) .
Estimated Value $70 - 90.
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$86
Lot 2720
1885-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. Stunning vivid rainbow toning covers the obverse. In a 1st generation PCGS holder. This beauty is worthy of a premium bid.
Estimated Value $300 - 400.
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$834
Lot 2721
1885-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. A band of rainbow toning covers a portion of the obverse. In a 1st generation holder.
Estimated Value $200 - 250.
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$253
Lot 2722
1885-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64 Deep Mirror Prooflike. Well struck with blazing mirror surfaces that appear as platinum grey in color.
Estimated Value $125 - 150.
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$150
Lot 2723
1885-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. Warm sunset toning on both sides which deepen at the borders. Quite an attractive coin.
Estimated Value $40 - 50.
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Lot 2724
1886 Morgan Dollar. Proof 60. A pleasing brilliant untoned proof example. This one will improve with age.
Estimated Value $650 - 750.
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$1,323
Lot 2725
1886 Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-65. Pleasing blue and gold obverse toning. In an older NGC holder.
Estimated Value $300 - 400.
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$173
Lot 2726
1886-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. Frosty white and untoned. Nicely struck, with about 85% of the hair and feather details showing. This date is scarce in any grade above MS-63 (PCGS reports only 131 examples in MS-64) and, in MS-65, this date becomes a super-rarity (with only 3 examples reported by PCGS)! (PCGS # 7168) .
Estimated Value $4,500 - 5,500.
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$6,900
Lot 2727
1886-S Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-66. Nicely toned on both sides in choice gold and brown colors.
Estimated Value $275 - 325.
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Lot 2728
1886-S Morgan Dollar. MS-62. A mixture of satiny and frosty mint luster.
Estimated Value $170 - 190.
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$207
Lot 2729
1887 Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65. Wonderful rainbow toning, with considerable purple and green colors on the obverse (PCGS # 7172) .
Estimated Value $2,000 - 2,300.
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Lot 2730
  1887 Morgan Dollar. Vam 14. ANACS graded MS-65 Deep Mirror Prooflike. Light golden toning about the borders.
Estimated Value $200 - 300.
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$230
Lot 2731
1887 Morgan Dollar. MS-64. Vivid matching rainbow toning on both sides.
Estimated Value $100 - 150.
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Realized
$98
Lot 2732
  1887-O Morgan Dollar. ANACS graded MS-64 Deep Mirror Prooflike. A glittering white example.
Estimated Value $300 - 400.
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$518
Lot 2733
1887-S Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. A brilliant, pure white example. Lightly bagmarked on the reverse, just enough to keep it out of the Gem category. Check out the obverse though -- it's nice (PCGS # 7180) .
Estimated Value $425 - 450.
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$460
Lot 2734
  1887-S, 1888-S and 1902-S Morgan Dollars. Extremely Fine to About Uncirculated. Lot of 3 coins.
Estimated Value $150 - 200.
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$311
Lot 2735
1888 Morgan Dollar. MS-64. Dark rainbow toning on both sides.
Estimated Value $100 - 150.
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$127
Lot 2736
  1888 Morgan Dollar. Roll. MS-60 to MS-63. A nice original BU roll of dollars. Lot of 20 coins.
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$518
Lot 2737
  1888 Morgan Dollar. Roll. MS-60 to MS-63. A nice original BU roll of dollars. Lot of 20 coins.
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$546
Lot 2738
  1888 Morgan Dollar. Roll. MS-60 to MS-63. A nice original BU roll of dollars. Lot of 20 coins.
Estimated Value $500 - 550.
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$546
Lot 2739
1889 Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-66. A frosty white gem specimen. Pop of 74 with none higher.
Estimated Value $1,600 - 1,800.
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Lot 2740
1889 Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. Lovely rainbow toning covers the entire obverse while the reverse is mostly white. In a 1st generation PCGS holder.
Estimated Value $200 - 250.
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$265
Lot 2741
1889-CC Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-64. An exceptional example of this rare, "key" date, Carson City Mint issue. Bright and brilliant, with the flashy "look" that mimics a well-struck S-Mint Dollar (for example an 1881-S or an 1882-S). Bold cartwheel luster and shimmering, semi-reflective surfaces. The 1889-CC Dollar remains a condition-rarity today, despite 17 years of certification -- NGC reports only 28 examples in this grade, 4 in MS-65, and 1 in MS-67! A tremendous opportunity for the serious collector to obtain a top-notch example of this extremely popular rarity.
Estimated Value $25,000 - 35,000.
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Realized
$39,100



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