Surprising Near-Mint 1893-S Dollar1893-S $1 AU58 PCGS. Many collecting authorities suggest to Morgan dollar enthusiasts that if many dates are out of one's reach in Mint State, that the near-Mint or AU58 coin becomes a viable alternative at a fraction of the price. While a near-Mint 1893-S dollar such as the present coin is less expensive than a fully Mint coin, it is still an important five-figure rarity. This piece offers great eye appeal with only minor, focused wear on the high points. Bright silver luster is flashy with a strong cartwheel effect and gold and orange elements at parts of the margins. Population: 11 in 58, 34 finer (11/10).
From The Shrike Set - The Karschner Collection of Morgan Dollars.(Registry values: P10, N4719) (NGC ID# 255U, PCGS# 7226)
Weight: 26.73 grams
Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
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