1878-1904 Morgan Dollars - MS-62 PL Proof Like NGC

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Prooflike dollars are the first couple of hundred coins struck from new or newly polished dies. Dates and mint marks of our choice.

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Product Specifications

Product ID: 66224
Year: 1878-1904
Mint Mark: Varies
Grade: MS-62 PL
Denomination: $1
Diameter: 38.1 mm
Thickness: 3.1 mm

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1878-1904 Morgan Dollars - MS-62 PL Proof Like NGC
 
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4.0

Rare Collectibles vs American Eagles

By Tucker the Truth Seeker.

from Delray Beach, FL

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Mint Condition
  • Rare
  • Recognized Brand

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      Comments about 1878-1904 Morgan Dollars - MS-62 PL Proof Like NGC:

      These Morgans are rare and collectible. They have numismatic
      value.
      As opposed to a 2014 First Strike MS70 American Silver Eagle.
      The 2014 Eagles are not rare - have almost no numismatic value -
      and should be priced as bullion. First Strike and a High Grade
      should add no value to these US Gov't Mint products.
      Being newer in coin collecting is the antithesis of a valuable coin.
      As an aside - the US cannot succeed without manufacturing and
      industry. Now, the public sector believes that service and innovation
      alone will carry the nation. It will not. The nation will fail.

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