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    A Morgan Dollar lot that includes: 1878-S $1 MS64 PCI (MS61), brilliant and boldly struck, extremely clean surfaces but somewhat subdued; 1879-S MS65 PCI (MS63). moderately prooflike and needle-sharp, a clean cheek, the mintmark is lightly repunched; 1880-O AU58 PCI (AU58), dove-gray color, nearly full luster, free from obtrusive bagmarks; 1880-S MS64 PCI (MS62), flashy and brilliant, a needle-sharp strike, booming semi-prooflike luster; 1880-S MS65 Prooflike PCI (MS63 Questionable Toning), radiant golden-brown patina, exquisitely struck; 1881-O MS62 PCI (AU58), crisply struck and untoned, lightly rusted dies; 1881-S MS65 PCI (MS64), lustrous and well struck, beautifully preserved except for a faint pinscratch across the cheek, golden-brown patina; 1883-O MS64 PCI (MS62), vivid golden-brown patina, booming luster, lightly abraded; 1884-O MS65 PCI (MS64), lustrous, a bold strike, imposing eye appeal, struck from clashed dies; 1884-O MS64 PCI (MS64 PVC), semi-prooflike, wisps of tan color, exceptionally preserved fields, well struck; 1885 MS62 PCI (MS60 Cleaned), untoned and faintly hairlined, a sharp strike, good luster; 1885-O MS64 Weak Struck PCI (MS64), light peach and gold patina, lustrous and refreshingly undisturbed, 1890 MS63 PCI (MS62), lustrous, light honey-gold color, a typical strike; 1892-S VF30 Cleaned PCI (VF30 Cleaned), subdued slate-gray color, a scarce and relatively low mintage issue; 1896 MS64 Deep Mirror Prooflike PCI (MS62), sharply struck and moderately prooflike, light peach color; 1897 MS62 PCI (MS62), VAM-6A, Top 100 Variety, the 'pitted reverse' variety from a rusted reverse die, satiny and sharply struck; 1897-S MS63 Deep Mirror Prooflike PCI (MS60 Prooflike), crisply struck, moderately mirrored fields, scarce as prooflike; 1898-O MS63 PCI (MS62), nicely struck and faintly toned, reasonable luster, a nearly pristine reverse; 1898-O MS63 PCI (MS63); well struck example with milky silver-gray color, the upper cheek has a wispy pinscratch; and an 1899-O MS63 PCI (MS62), the reverse border has light gold patina, lustrous and well struck.(#7082) (Registry values: P1, N24)

    Learn more at the Newman Numismatic Portal at Washington University in St. Louis.

    Auction Info

    Auction Dates
    January, 2004
    7th-10th Wednesday-Saturday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 13
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