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1885-CC Morgan Dollar. Image: Stack's Bowers / CoinWeek.

1885-CC Morgan Dollar : A Collector’s Guide

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes .....   November 6, 1885, was a black letter day for the Carson City Mint. On the...
1883-CC Morgan Dollar. Image: Heritage Auctions (visit www.ha.com).

1883-CC Morgan Dollar : A Collector’s Guide

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes ..... The Carson City Mint struck 1,204,000 Morgan dollars in 1883. The majority were held by...
1881-S Morgan Dollar. Image: Stack's Bowers / Adobe Stock.

1881-S Morgan Dollar : A Collector’s Guide

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes ..... The 1881-S Morgan dollar is a large silver coin struck at the San Francisco branch...
1897 Morgan Dollar. Image: Stack's Bowers / CoinWeek.

1897 Morgan Dollar : A Collector’s Guide

The Philadelphia Mint struck 2,822,000 Morgan dollars in 1897, the majority of which were produced in January, June, and December. With no immediate need...
1892-S Morgan Dollar. Image: Heritage Auctions / CoinWeek.

1892-S Morgan Dollar : A Collector’s Guide

The 1892-S Morgan dollar was one of a handful of dates in the series where most, if not all, of the coins entered circulation....
Prooflike and Deep Mirror Prooflike Morgan Dollars are highly sought after by collectors.

Morgan Dollars for Beginners: Proof vs. Prooflike

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek ....   There are many aspects of coin collecting that can seem daunting to the uninitiated, but as...
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1905 Lewis and Clark Expo Coins and Medals From the U.S. Mint

By Vic Bozarth for PCGS ......   We wind our way to 1905 in this series covering the coins, medals, and tokens produced in conjunction with...
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1904 St. Louis World’s Fair Coins and Medals Struck by the U.S. Mint

By Vic Bozarth for PCGS ......   In part four of this series, we arrive at the 1904 Louisiana Purchase Exposition in St. Louis, for which...
1886 Morgan Dollar. Image: CoinWeek.

1886 Morgan Dollar : A Collector’s Guide

Millions of 1886 Morgan Dollars Were Struck and Stored The 1886 Morgan dollar is a coin that most hobbyists classify as common in all but...
1904-O Morgan Dollar. Image: CoinWeek.

1904-O Morgan Dollar : A Collector’s Guide

1904 Was Supposed to Mark the End of the Morgan Dollar In mid-to-late 1904, an article appeared in newspapers across the country with the blaring...
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Morgan Dollar, 1878-1921 : A Collector’s Guide

By Charles Morgan and Hubert Walker for CoinWeek Notes .....   The Morgan Dollar - A Federal Boondoggle of Vast Proportions Though it might seem to be...
1893-CC Morgan Dollar. Image: CoinWeek / Stack's Bowers.

1893-CC Morgan Dollar : A Collector’s Guide

How Did the Morgan Dollar Get Its Name? The Morgan dollar gets its name from United States Mint engraver George T. Morgan, who designed the...

Why Collect Commemoratives? A Better Question Might Be “Why Not?”

Collecting Commemoratives By Ron Drzewucki If you collect modern U. S. coins, then you collect commemoratives. Today, practically every coin the United States Mint produces commemorates...

The 1920 Wilson Dollar: A Counterfeited Rarity

An elusive Wilson Dollar medal represents a challenge for collectors of higher grades   The Wilson Dollar by Numismatic Guaranty Company ...... The Wilson dollar was struck...
2023 Morgan and Peace Dollars.

Uncirculated 2023 Morgan, Peace Silver Dollars on Sale July 13

The United States Mint announces that the 2023 Morgan and Peace Uncirculated Silver Dollars will go on sale on July 13 at noon EDT....

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