Highly Elusive 1895-O Dollar, MS63 PCGS1895-O $1 MS63 PCGS. Nearly unobtainable in strictly Uncirculated condition, the 1895-O is one of the few issues in the Morgan Dollar series that approaches the rarity in Mint State of the legendary 1892-S and 1893-S. All the necessary conditions for an attractive, high grade Dollar seem to have conspired against the 1895-O. The typical coin shows indifferent luster, numerous abrasions, and a weak strike. This brilliant coin has a bright, satiny, metallic sheen over both sides. It is also almost fully struck with only the faintest bit of weakness evident over the ear of Liberty, while the eagle's breast feathers are fully defined. The only abrasions of any note are a couple of milling marks on the cheek of Liberty and a cluster of field marks in the reverse field between the eagle's right (facing) wing and the wreath. Population: 18 in 63, 16 finer (3/05).
From The Milwaukee Shore Collection.(#7236) (Registry values: P9, N7079) (NGC ID# 255Y, PCGS# 7236)
Weight: 26.73 grams
Metal: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
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