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Morgan Dollars continued...
Lot Symbol Lot Description CV or Estimate
121 image 1892-CC VF or very nearly so. A few marks o/w nice medium-grey original. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$300-360 SE


SOLD for $290.00
Will close during Public Auction
122 image 1892-O XF+ (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$100-125 SE


SOLD for $96.00
Will close during Public Auction
123 image 1892-S VF+ or better by wear, original, but w/ scratches on Liberty's cheek and neck, and a smaller one on the rev through the mintmark. An economical alternative for the collector not wishing to buy a very expensive AU coin (Uncs have five-figure price tags.) The entire mintage of 1,200,000 must have entered circulation right after they were issued. Bowers notes that this is one of the coins in the Morgan Dollar series where collectors often opt for a less-expensive VF, perhaps XF, because AU and better specimens are so rare and expensive. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$130-175 SE


SOLD for $220.00
Will close during Public Auction
124 image 1893 XF nice white original. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$440-525 SE


SOLD for $490.00
Will close during Public Auction
125 image 1893-CC VF a nice coin but there is evidence of a light cleaning. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$500-650 SE


SOLD for $550.00
Will close during Public Auction
126 image 1893-O F+ original. Nice light grey color. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$300-400 SE


SOLD for $340.00
Will close during Public Auction
127 image 1894 XF brightened from an earlier dipping, still ok for this scarce date that has been overshadowed by the equally scarce (but not equally priced) 1893-S for decades (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$750-900 SE


SOLD for $775.00
Will close during Public Auction
128 image 1894-S VF perhaps lightly cleaned. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$100-125 SE


SOLD for $94.00
Will close during Public Auction
129 image 1895-O F lightly cleaned. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$200-260 SE


SOLD for $280.00
Will close during Public Auction
130 image 1895-S VG original light grey. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$300-400 SE


SOLD for $360.00
Will close during Public Auction
131 image 1896-O XF+ perhaps better. A lot of mint luster so the assigned grade may be a bit conservative. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$105-140 SE


SOLD for $175.00
Will close during Public Auction
132 image 1899 VF+ brightened. A scarce Morgan Dollar though it appears frequently enough that the very low reported mintage of 330,000 has been the subject of some debate in the numismatic community. The issue was virtually unknown before 1940 resulting in very few well-worn specimens on the market today. The Treasury release of silver dollars in the 1950s and early 1960s led to many more coins (mostly higher-grade) entering the marketplace. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$80-100 SE


SOLD for $190.00
Will close during Public Auction
133 image 1901 XF medium-grey w/ decent eye-appeal for the grade. Surfaces are a bit "pebbled' but the 1901-P is notorious for being one of the most poorly-struck Morgan Dollars. This coin has full detail and would grade higher if the pebbling was absent. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$130-165 SE


SOLD for $140.00
Will close during Public Auction
134 image 1903-O MS63 white. A much higher grade were it not for two small light scratches on Liberty's cheek. Overall, a very eye-appealing coin. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$500-650 SE


SOLD for $500.00
Will close during Public Auction
135 image 1904-S XF+ white. Light wear on original surfaces. Most of the 2.3 million silver dollars minted in San Francisco in 1904 went into circulation immediately (mint state specimens are very difficult to obtain.) Because of the way they were struck only a small amount of surface friction renders them XF or lower. We tried to be conservative in grading the present specimen, but it may indeed be better given the extensive amount of mint luster still remaining. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$450-600 SE


SOLD for $420.00
Will close during Public Auction
136 image (3) Diff scarcer varieties of 1878 incl 8 Tail Feathers VF+ brightened, 8 over 7 Tail Feathers XF+ brightened (four under-type feathers show clearly), & 7 Tail Feathers Round Breast (R'79) XF/AU original. (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged) (imagee) (imagef)

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Est. US$110-135 SE


SOLD for $185.00
Will close during Public Auction
137 image (26) Diff 1879 // 1921-S mostly commons in higher-grade circ condition housed in (3) Whit albums 9427, 9428, & 9429 all with broken spines but the coins are sound. (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged) (imagee) (imagef) (imageg) (imageh) (imagei) (imagej) (imagek) (imagel) (imagem) (imagen) (imageo) (imagep) (imageq) (imager) (images) (imaget) (imageu)

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Est. US$650-800 B


SOLD for $675.00
Will close during Public Auction
138 image (8) Diff better date coins incl 1879-S Rev of '78 VF+ (light rev scratch), 1883-S XF+, 1885-S XF+, 1894-O VF+ (couple marks), 1896-S F lightly cleaned, 1899-S VG+, 1902-S F nice orig, & 1904 AU medium-grey original. A nice group! (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$360-450 SE


SOLD for $360.00
Will close during Public Auction
139 image (10) Diff 1881 // 1902-O commons all flashy MS60+ or better predominantly white. (Image) (imageb)

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Est. US$310-400 SE


SOLD for $440.00
Will close during Public Auction
140 image (12) 1881 // 1921-S commons w/ minor dup wide grade range. There is an 03-S G+ in the group. (Image) (imageb) (imagec) (imaged) (imagee) (imagef)

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Est. US$270-340 B


SOLD for $525.00
Will close during Public Auction

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