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Sale 23

Pre-Long Beach Coin and Currency Auction


U.S. Coins - Silver Dollars - Morgan (1890-1904)
 
 
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Lot 2743
1890-CC Morgan Dollar. MS-60. Toned.
Estimated Value $230 - 270.
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$265
Lot 2744
  1890-O Morgan Dollar. A partial roll of bright white examples grading from MS-60 to MS-64. Lot of 15 coins.
Estimated Value $300 - 400.
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$345
Lot 2745
  1891 Morgan Dollar. Vam 5. ANACS graded MS-64. Frosty white with a hint of gold about the borders (PCGS # 7204) .
Estimated Value $250 - 300.
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$242
Lot 2746
1891 Morgan Dollar. ICG graded MS-61 Deep Mirror Prooflike.
Estimated Value $175 - 200.
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Lot 2747
1891-CC Morgan Dollar. ANACS graded MS-63. Well struck and mostly snow white (PCGS # 7206) .
Estimated Value $400 - 425.
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Lot 2748
1891-CC Morgan Dollar. MS-62. Well struck and toned.
Estimated Value $240 - 270.
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$345
Lot 2749
1891-O Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-65 PQ. An exceptional gem specimen. Well struck and totally white with a mixture satiny and frosty mint luster that is remarkably free from disturbances. Pop of 41 with none higher. This Premium Quality example is worthy of the finest set in the land.
Estimated Value $5,000 - 6,000.
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Lot 2750
1891-O Morgan Dollar. AU-50. Toned. The reverse is rotated 180 degrees.
Estimated Value $100 - 125.
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Lot 2751
1892-CC Morgan Dollar. MS-60 Plus. Frosty and white with a light mint flaw right of the date.
Estimated Value $425 - 475.
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$891
Lot 2752
1893 Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65. A well struck frosty white gem. Pop of 103 with only 3 higher by a point. This is a Premium Quality example for the grade (PCGS # 7220) .
Estimated Value $4,500 - 5,000.
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Lot 2753
1893 Morgan Dollar. MS-63. A very attractive frosty mint specimen with pleasing original pastel toning favoring hues of gold, blue and green.
Estimated Value $600 - 700.
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$863
Lot 2754
1893 Morgan Dollar. AU-50. Plenty of luster remains.
Estimated Value $150 - 175.
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$207
Lot 2755
  1893 and 1893-O Morgan Dollars. Fine to Very Fine. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $140 - 160.
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$265
Lot 2756
1893-CC Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-63. Choice semi reflective surfaces with a touch of delicate golden and russet toning about the borders. Popular Key Date CC mint issue. In an old NGC holder.
Estimated Value $3,000 - 3,500.
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$4,600
Lot 2757
1893-S Morgan Dollar. AU-50 to AU-55. Well struck with plenty of semi reflective mint luster to justify this numerical grade. The surfaces are lightly toned with light mottled russet-grey. The rims are nice and clean with no discernible bag marks on either side worthy of note. Under magnification we do note a light milling mark on the cheek and eyebrow which is mentioned only for the sake of complete accuracy. A high grade yet "affordable" example of this popular key date.
Estimated Value $15,000 - 20,000.
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$25,300
Lot 2758
1893-S Morgan Dollar. EF-40. A most pleasing example of this popular key date. Completely original with lovely old album toning on both sides. The rims are clean and the surfaces are remarkably free from noticeable nicks and scratches.
Estimated Value $7,000 - 9,000.
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$7,475
Lot 2759
1894-S Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-63 Prooflike. Well struck, with frosty Prooflike surfaces on both sides. A nice white, untoned example that offers lots of flash and eye appeal for the grade. PCGS reports 27 at this grade level, with 22 in MS-64 PL and only 2 in MS-65 PL (as the finest PL's available for the date).
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,200.
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$1,035
Lot 2760
1894-S Morgan Dollar. MS-60. Light bag marks.
Estimated Value $350 - 400.
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$403
Lot 2761
1895-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-61. An immensely popular, key date issue due to the rarity of fully Mint State examples. Mostly brilliant, with semi-reflective surfaces and a hint of golden color at the centers. Well struck, with nice feather and hair detail (a nice plus on this date). The MS-61 grade seems to derive mainly from the light scuffs that appear on both sides; otherwise, the luster, strike, and overall eye appeal are more indicative of an MS-64 grade. In the final analysis, we'd take this coin over a heavily bagmarked or poorly struck MS-63 any day -- and we suspect our bidding audience will express the same sentiment with strong bidding. PCGS reports 19 examples in MS-61 and only 52 finer -- not nearly enough to satisfy the intense demand from the thousands of collectors who love this series (PCGS # 7236) .
Estimated Value $10,000 - 12,000.
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$14,375
Lot 2762
1895-O Morgan Dollar. NGC graded AU-58. A well struck example with nearly full breast feathers. Lots of semi reflective surfaces still intact. A decidedly rare coin in such high grade.
Estimated Value $3,800 - 4,200.
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Lot 2763
1895-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded AU-53. Nice, strong luster for the grade. Mostly bright and white, with very little actual wear -- just the usual weakness at the centers. This 1895-O Dollar becomes very pricey in Mint State, so AU-53 has become a very popular and sought-after grade for this date (PCGS # 7236) .
Estimated Value $900 - 1,000.
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$690
Lot 2764
  1895-O and 1895-S Morgan Dollars. VG-10. Each is problem free for the grade. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $175 - 200.
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$207
Lot 2765
1895-S Morgan Dollar. VF-20. Cleaned with an edge bump at 5 o'clock.
Estimated Value $150 - 175.
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$253
Lot 2766
1896 Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65 Deep Mirror Prooflike. A well struck gem that resembles a proof in appearance. Totally white.
Estimated Value $400 - 500.
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$978
Lot 2767
1896-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-61. Another one of those "tough-in-Mint-State" Morgan Dollars. This one is milky white, with nice luster, but some light marks (mostly on the obverse). A nice alternative to the costly Choice to Gem examples of this date (PCGS # 7242) .
Estimated Value $900 - 1,050.
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$1,150
Lot 2768
1896-S Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-67 Prooflike. One of the most important 1896-S Morgan Dollars ever to cross the auction block and certainly the finest Deep Mirror Prooflike example ever to appear on the market. This remarkable coin is well struck, with Prooflike surfaces on both sides and extremely light die polishing lines indicating a fresh re-surfacing of the dies. Completely original and fully deserving of the lofty MS-67 grade. Faint golden toning on both the obverse and the reverse -- not enough to diminish the cartwheel brilliance and just enough to confirm the original status of the surfaces. A fabulous coin that is sure to set a record for the date.

As stated earlier, this is the only MS-67 1896-S DMPL graded by either NGC or PCGS. In fact, PCGS has yet to certify a DMPL example of this date. NGC has graded only two other DMPL's: one in MS-62 and one in MS-63. Consider this: 5,000,000 1896-S Silver Dollars were struck, yet this singular beauty remains as the ultimate example of the date. While most people are fighting over scraps in the modern Registry Sets, here's a chance to own the finest example of the date…not by one point, but by FOUR!
Estimated Value $75,000 - 100,000.
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Lot 2769
1896-S Morgan Dollar. S over S. MS-63. White with a mixture of satiny and frosty mint surfaces. Scarce variety.
Estimated Value $1,400 - 1,600.
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$1,438
Lot 2770
1897-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-63. One of the tougher O-Mint Morgan Dollars to find in any grade, much less Mint State. This example is well struck for the date and has very light toning near the edges. Finding a nicer example is difficult, as PCGS has graded only 36 finer (PCGS # 7248) .
Estimated Value $2,700 - 3,200.
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$3,680
Lot 2771
1897-O Morgan Dollar. AU-58. Toned.
Estimated Value $150 - 200.
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$196
Lot 2772
1897-S Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-66. A nice white example with semi-reflective surfaces and satiny devices. Pop of only 12 with 2 in MS-67.
Estimated Value $1,000 - 1,200.
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$1,265
Lot 2773
  1897-S Morgan Dollar. MS-60 and better. Lot of 4 coins.
Estimated Value $150 - 170.
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$230
Lot 2774
1898 Morgan Dollar. Proof 66 Deep Cameo. A stunning, black-and-white cameo Proof Dollar pedigreed to the famed Wayne Miller Collection. This remarkable coin was the featured coin in Miller's 1982 tome, "The Morgan and Peace Dollar Textbook", where he called it one of the finest proof Dollars in existence. Housed in a specially inscribed, custom-made Capital Plastics type holder.
In 1986, Miller's Silver Dollar collection sold for a then-record price of $1.2 million. There, this coin was called "Brilliant Proof 69"!
Estimated Value $8,000 - 12,000.
Superior Galleries "The Hoagy Carmichael and Wayne Miller Collections", January 1986, Lot 1393.

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$17,250
Lot 2775
  1898 Morgan Dollar. ANACS graded MS-65 Deep Mirror Prooflike. A snow white example.
Estimated Value $400 - 500.
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$489
Lot 2776
1898-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-67 M.J.O. on the holder. An exceptional gem white example with a hint of delicate golden toning about the extreme borders. Boldly struck with pristine mint surfaces that simply do not get better than this. Pop of 74 with none higher (PCGS # 7254) .
Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,500.
From the M.J.O. Collection.

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Lot 2777
1898-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-67. A nice well struck white example. Pop of 74 with none higher (PCGS # 7254) .
Estimated Value $1,300 - 1,500.
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$1,553
Lot 2778
1898-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-64. Each in a first generation PCGS holder. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $80 - 90.
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$86
Lot 2779
  1898-O and 1923 Morgan Dollars. Consists of: 1898-O NGC MS-63; 1923 PCGS MS-63. Lot of 2 coins.
Estimated Value $40 - 50.
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$46
Lot 2780
1898-S Morgan Dollar. MS-63. White with semi prooflike surfaces.
Estimated Value $300 - 350.
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$265
Lot 2781
1899-O Morgan Dollar. NGC graded MS-67. A well struck snowy white gem with immaculate frosty mint surfaces. Here is one that is unimprovable. Pop of 41 with none higher.
Estimated Value $1,400 - 1,500.
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Lot 2782
1899-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-66. Well struck with light hints of light golden toning evenly spread on both sides. A very choice example for the grade (PCGS # 7260) .
Estimated Value $230 - 260.
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$265
Lot 2783
  1899-O Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65 (4 pcs) and PCGS MS-64 (1). All are fresh and snow white. Lot of 5 coins.
Estimated Value $350 - 375.
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$391
Lot 2784
1899-O Morgan Dollar. MS-65. A frosty white gem.
Estimated Value $70 - 90.
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Lot 2785
1899-S Morgan Dollar. MS-62. Well struck and nicely toned with semi prooflike surfaces.
Estimated Value $225 - 250.
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$242
Lot 2786
1900 Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded Proof 62. A deep iridescent toned proof example flavoring the darker violet hues. A total of 912 proofs were made. In an old green holder (PCGS # 7335) .
Estimated Value $750 - 800.
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$1,323
Lot 2787
1900-O Morgan Dollar. O over CC. MS-64. Light golden toning.
Estimated Value $550 - 600.
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$460
Lot 2788
1900-S Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-65. A bright, mostly white mint gem with lovely semi reflective surfaces. Pop of 315 with 71 in MS-66 and 1 in MS-67 (PCGS # 7270) .
Estimated Value $950 - 1,050.
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$1,093
Lot 2789
  1901, 1903-S and 1904-S Morgan Dollars. Very Fine to Extremely Fine. A trio of scarce Morgan dollars. Lot of 3 coins.
Estimated Value $200 - 235.
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$380
Lot 2790
1901-O Morgan Dollar. MS-63. Deep rainbow toning on both sides.
Estimated Value $75 - 100.
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$115
Lot 2791
1903 Morgan Dollar. PCGS graded MS-66. Strong luster and a pleasing cartwheel effect on both sides. White and untoned. A clean, high-grade example (PCGS # 7284) .
Estimated Value $450 - 500.
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$489
Lot 2792
1904 Morgan Dollar. Proof 63. A very choice proof specimen with excellent cameo contrast. The central portions are cream color that radiate outwards to violet with electric blue iridescence added to the mix on the reverse. Destined to be sent to the grading services encapsulation. Only 650 proofs struck.
Estimated Value $1,200 - 1,300.
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$4,485



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