1880-CC Morgan Silver Dollar PCGS MS64
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|Country of Manufacture
|United States (US)
|Year of Issue
|George T. Morgan
|Weight - Primary Unit Value
Why buy this Morgan 1880-CC Silver Dollar?
This 1880-CC Morgan Silver Dollar was one of 591,000 struck at the Carson City Mint in 1880. It is a fairly common date because of the fact that many were preserved in the General Services Administration hoard. Its “CC” Mint mark has enabled the coin to retain strong valuation among collectors.
Who designed the Silver Morgan Dollar and what does it represent?
The Morgan Silver Dollar gets its name from its designer, George T. Morgan. The coin departed from traditional Greco-depictions of Liberty in favor of an American figure, which Morgan modeled off of Anna Willess Williams. On the reverse, a laurel wreath partially encircles an eagle that holds arrows and an olive branch, symbols of preparedness for war and peace.
What does Mint State 64 from the Professional Coin Grading Service mean?
A grade of Mint State 64 from the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) indicates that a piece has an average or above average strike and either a couple of severe or a few moderate marks or hairlines.
If you love Carson City Morgans, take advantage of this opportunity to add an 1880-CC Morgan Silver Dollar to your collection by picking this piece up from MCM!
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