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What has happened to the price of MS67 Morgans? THEY HAVE BECOME TOO STUPID CHEAP. We still believe that PROPERLY graded (CAC) pieces are worth at least $1,000.00. There are not as many PCGS/CAC MS67's around as you think. The prices WILL eventually get back to the $1,000.00 level. We sure can't buy many really nice ones around $800.00!
Where have all the REAL DMPL's gone was well? Even common dates are not so common at todays ridiculously low prices.

There are many great values in dollars today! 
We simply can't buy nice pieces. We have NOT given up on the dollar market!

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Item - 11730
$1 1847 PCGS MS63
$ 5975.00
This coin is a wonderful example of choice MS Seated Dollar.

From across the room you can clearly see and feel this coins total originality. The surfaces are a combination of sleek with traces of light semi-prooflike mirrors. There are LIGHT scattered ticks and a few lines-however NONE are big or detract. The luster is actually strong too. Both sides are a deep antique silver color with faint champagne highlights. Miss Liberty and the details are exceptionally struck and have generous light frost. The eye appeal is great!

PCGS 20, NGC 22, CAC 2. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $5,290.00 back in 2011. Finding a seriously choice and totally ORIGINAL piece like this is much harder then you think! Be glad your not competing for it in an auction.

For a sneak peek, visit PCGS cert verfication: 31383121

Item - 11718
$1 1861 PCGS PR66
$ 25500.00
This is a VERY cool high end coin. Its everything it should be for a PR66!

Deep mirrors beam from all over. They have great clarity, cleanliness, and are highly reflective. Both sides are evenly covered by original moderate shades of deep reddish gold/pale forest green/blue/purple colors. The mirrors reflective the colors boldly. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and have full strikes. The eye appeal is fabulous!

Only 1000 were minted but this date is famous for having the majority melted by the Mint due to poor sales. PCGS 3, NGC 7, CAC 3. PCGS has graded only one coin higher. Recently this coin brought $21,150.00 in auction. Prior to that, this coin last sold in 02/2013 for $26,437.00. The prices seem a bit too cheap. Anyway, this coin would make a welcome addition to any PR Seated Dollar, Type, or Civil War era set.

Item - 11592
$1 1873 TRADE PCGS MS64
$ 5750.00
Having exclusively built the all time FINEST EVER Trade Dollar set, we know how every should come. We have NEVER seen an 1873 remotely close to this in terms of eye appeal!

The quality of this piece s VERY high end. The surfaces have virtually NO imperfections (just a few microscopic ticks). A strong luster enhances the no question rich album toning that is all over. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and are well struck. The eye appeal is nothing like you have ever seen for a MS 1873 TD!

PCGS 47, NGC 33, CAC 9 (we think this coin might be reaped 2x). The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought only $4,700.00. If you see the image of it, its no where near close to this piece! We assure you, you'll never see another 1873 as colorful!

Item - 11684
$ 15500.00
This is a magnificent GEM Proof Trade Dollar. Most collectors do not realize how difficult it is to find ANY PR 1874's in GEM PR let a lone a superb Cameoed one like this.

Deep and powerful mirrors beam from all over. The mirrors are crystal clear, super clean, and have bold reflectivity. They look like a freshly made sheet of glass. A wonderful totally original mix of pale navy/blue/green/gold/deep olive/purple colors all vividly swirl on both sides. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted a creamy white. The details are well struck-although there is a touch of softness on the eagles leg (typical). The eye appeal is pretty neat!

ONLY 700 were minted. PCGS 3, NGC 10, CAC 2. Here is how extremely rare these are: this piece was the LAST coin to sell at auction-in 02/2008. Back then it realized $20,700.00 in spirited bidding (we were actually an underbidder then) to Gene Gardner. The current Collectors Universe Value is only $16,000.00-a price we feel is too low relative to its appearances. Good luck finding another after this piece is sold w/only 3 graded after PCGS 30+ years of operations!

Item - 11636
$1 1876 PCGS PR64 CAMEO
$ 3875.00
Here is a wonderful near borderline GEM Proof Trade Dollar. Even though they are scarce, this is a set you can complete in PR64/65, Cameo and non Cameo.

Deep and glittering mirrors beam from all over. They also have strong clarity, remarkable cleanliness, and of course bold reflectivity. They actually look like a freshly made sheet of glass. A natural, vibrant, and moderate coating of pale reddish gold mixes with silver colors. There is one tiny toning dot at 4:00 or so on the obverse. Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and have thick frost. The eye appeal is tremendous!

PCGS 22, NGC 17, CAC 4. Do NOT be fooled by the pops. This is a very scarce coin. In 04/2015 one sold at auction for $3,995.00. The current Collectors Universe Value is $5,150.00. Even commoner dates like 1880 in PR64 CA (pop 158) are selling for around $4,100.00. We can't stress enough what a fantastic value this coin represents.


Item - 11689
$1 1877 PCGS MS65+
$ 21500.00
Legend has built the all time #1 MS Trade dollar set there could EVER be (the Legend Collection). With unlimited resources we searched the world for the finest pieces. The 1877 was the very last date we needed. So few were nice or accurately graded. Save for the MS66 in our set, we have NEVER seen a 1877 more colorful or finer then this coin!

Remarkable surfaces are have just a few tiny HIDDEN ticks. They are super clean to the naked eye and have a superb satiny texture. The luster is actually strong. We have NEVER seen an 1877 (nor many other MS TD's) with suck a remarkable mix of colors. Totally original shades or lime/pale green/gold/pale blue swirl all over the obverse. The reverse is a kaleidoscope of original navy/violet/green/gold and probably a few more colors we can't figure out! Most important: Miss Liberty and the details are frosty are sharply struck. There is only minor weakness in the stars and NO weakness in the eagles legs. The eye appeal is jaw dropping awesome!

PCGS 11, NGC 11, CAC 9. This is the ONLY MS65+ graded by PCGS or NGC. We assure you, the ONLY PCGS CAC MS66-the real MS66 will not be for sale anytime soon. In fact, if we did not have the MS66, this would be the coin in our set. If you seek a better date for a Type coin, collector MS toned coins, or love GEM MS Trade Dollars, this is the one you want. Everything about it is a WOW!

Item - 11690
$ 12750.00
Magnificent in both quality and eye appeal! This is not a date known to come fully black and white or really nice looking. Of course when we first this piece, we were in love!

Deep and glorious mirrors beam from all over. Thy have great clarity, cleanliness , and bold reflectivity. They look like a freshly formed sheet of fine glass. Superb and totally original shades of dusky gold/pale purple/deep champagne colors evenly blanket both sides. No question Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and have needle sharp strike. The eye eye appeal is really neat!

THIS IS A PROOF ONLY DATE: 900 WERE MINTED. PCGS 6, NGC 4, CAC 1. PCGS has graded only 2 higher. We have seen other PR66's and we can assure you, they do NOT have the life or true reflectivity like this coin does. This coin sold for $10,868.00 in our October 15th Regency Auction in Las Vegas. At that price-we had to own it! Even much commoner dates l(if there is such a thing) like an 1880 sell for $13-$14,000.00 in auction. This 1878 is a prime example of the a market itself putting great coins on sale.

Item - 11578
$ 23500.00
THIS IS A BONAFIDE NEAR MISS ULTRA CAMEO! We fully agree this coin is on the cusp of being a full PR67 too!

Deep mirrors beam from all over. They have remarkable clarity, cleanliness (the lines are on the holder), and of course bold reflectivity. The mirrors look like freshly made ice on a winters coldest day. We compared this coin the remarkable PR 66+ 1882 DCameo we just sold. The mirrors are equal. Just the frost on the devices was a little lighter. Yes, this coin was that close to full DCameo. Miss Liberty and the details dramatically add to the stunning contrast. They are also fully struck and enjoy thick frost. The eye appeal is spectacular!

This is a PROOF ONLY date with 960 minted. PCGS 6, NGC 19, CAC 6. PCGS has graded ONLY 2 coins PR66+ Cameo. No PR66+ CA has sold at auction. We assure you, this coin is NOT average in any respect. Its hard to put this coin back in the safe! You can NOT buy a great stunning coin like this cheap. However, the market has made coins like this pretty much go "on sale". Opportunity knocks so loud here!

Item - 11475
$1 1878 8TF PCGS PR64+CAMEO
A TRUE PR64.9+!!!
$ 16750.00
We're NOT hyping this coin. It is so SUPER high end, we did resubmit it seeking a PR65 CA. We do not know what PCGS sees to hold it back.

Deep mirrors really boom from all over. They have exceptional clarity, cleanliness, and of course stunning reflectivity. If you twirl them, they are like a rolling liquid. We did inspect the mirrors multiple times and found ZERO defects. Both sides are bathed in a original super light blue/purple color mix. You still see a lot of silver. Miss Liberty and the details are needle sharp in strike and boldly stand out. They also have thick silvery frost. The eye appeal is extremely impressive!

ONLY 500 were minted. PCGS 5, NGC 4, CAC 5. PCGS has graded 2 coins PR64+ CA.There are ONLY 6 higher (NO PR65's). Even in PR 64 CA (NO PLUS) one sold for $12,338.00 02/2015. This will be a great fit into any GEM PR collection of Morgans!

Item - 11308
$ 65000.00
We fully assure you, there are not many Capped Dies similar to this piece at all.

Almost legal (need to have 4 inches to be called a PL) mirrors are surprisingly deep. Overall the surfaces are extra clean. This coin exhibits great luster and flash from the mirrors-which happen to be on BOTH sides. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and are fully struck. The eye appeal is exceptional!

PCGS 12, NGC 9, CAC 5. We purchased this coin because we remembered how hard it was to find a really nice Capped Die. This is NOT your typical Capped Die either!

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