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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 - 10550
$1 1800 PCGS AU58
$ 21500.00
We'd bet that 20+ years years ago when coins were raw, someone at some point called this coin a GEM MS 65. It absolutely has that look!

Superior surfaces are unbelievably clean and smooth. Even using a strong glass there are NO problems of ANY size to be found ANY where. A moderate and totally original luster makes the totally original pearl/pale gold/pewter colors stand out. The wear is super light and there is NO discolorations. Miss Liberty and the details are really well struck. The eye appeal is awesome!

PCGS 28, NGC 50, CAC 6. Earlier this year an NGC AU58 sold at auction for $17,625.00 08/2014 Stacks. We did sell another we had a few months ago for around the same thing we are asking for this coin (and that coin was slightly darker). This is a spectacular Bust Dollar. Buy this, the 1802, and the 18023-and find an 1801 and you have a heck of an instant collection!

Item - 10780
$1 1859O PCGS MS64
$ 8950.00
Above average! These typically come hacked up and crusty. This coin certainly is NOT.

From across the room you can see this coins full booming luster. The luster shows off sleek and really clean surfaces. Only with a strong glass can you find a contact marks and a line or two on the obverse. There is small bagmark at 12:00 in the reverse. Both sides have thin band of original blue framing parts of the rims only. The centers are a faint gold/silvery color. This coin does not appear to have ever been dipped or messed with. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 25, NGC 22, CAC 5. PCGS has graded only 2 coins higher. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $7,475.00 11/2011 Heritage. We paid more for this coin! Your not going to see many really nice examples like this ever offered.

Item - 10768
$1 1866 PCGS PR65 CAMEO
$ 25000.00
This coin has mirrors you can see from Pluto! WOW!

Mega deep mirrors beam from all over. They are also exceptionally clean, have amazing clarity, and have nearly blinding reflectivity. They look like a freshly made and highly polished sheet of glass. There are some light splashes of pale blue toning scattered about. Miss Liberty and the details are thickly frosted and have full strikes. Your eye balls will pop out and roll around due to this coins wild beauty!

ONLY 725 pieces were minted. PCGS 5, NGC 1, CAC 1. the last auction record we see for one of these was from 01/2013 Heritage. The coin was NOT CAC but brought $21,150.00. This coin sold back in 2011 for $26,450.00. We can't stress how rare these really are. Opportunity knocks loud here!

Item - 10769
$1 1871 PCGS MS65
$ 59500.00
A true GEM W/Motto MS Seated Dollar!

We can't stress enough how superb this coin is. generally most GEM MS seated Dollars are not all that great. This coin is way above average and we do consider it HIGH END. The surfaces are super clean and have a velvety texture. Even using a strong glass you will not find any problems. A full booming luster is coupled with strong semi-prooflike mirrors. A delicate moderate coating of original reddish/pale tangerine/gold toning swirls evenly allover. Miss Liberty and the details are frosted and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is gorgeous!

PCGS 5, NGC 5, CAC 3. This coin lat sol din the Gardner collection for $57,281.00 06/2014 heritage. We know MS Seated dollars better then anyone. That price was CHEAP! you rarely see any GEM MS Seated offered-let alone CAC ones. We can't stress enough what a tremendous opportunity this coin represents. It will be a star in ANY MS Seated or Type set.

Item - 10831
$ 32500.00
We have handled the NGC MS68 specimen and the runner up-the NGC MS67, so we know what the VERY best HI Dollars look like. Of ALL the HI Dollars we have EVER seen, this coin is by far the most colorful. No other HI Dollar has colors that even come close!

First, this magnificent GEM us ULTRA HIGH END. The surfaces are impeccable and are semi-satiny. Even with a strong glass there are NO hidden problems to be found. A surprising full booming luster really makes the wild original colors blaze from all over. Rick but vibrant shades of deep aqua blue/green/magenta open into crispy golden brown/pale olive/blue centers. All of the details are exceedingly sharply struck. The eye appeal is jaw dropping!

PCGS 12, NGC 11, CAC 6. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in major auction brought $23,000.00 05/2012 Goldberg. This particular piece we are offering has been off the market with a major collector of HI coins for over two decades. We assure you, the electrifying colors and the HIGH END QUALITY would have this coin is a furious bidding war in ANY major auction.

This is nothing like and HI Dollar you have or ever will see!

Item - 10739
$1 1881S PCGS MS65
$ 1500.00
KABOOM! Its time to keep the Christmas colors out !

This marvelous totally original bag toned GEM has deeper but electric shades of evergreen/magenta/violet that swirl all over the obverse. The reverse is white with gold by the rims. Both sides enjoy semi-prooflike surfaces and a strong luster. A small light bagmark can be seen on the cheek-if you look really hard (it shows more in the image). Miss Liberty and the details are sharply struck and do stand out. Th e eye appeal is dazzling!

The value of this coin is determined by its stunning color. Any one who collects superb examples of mother natures work on Morgans will love this piece!


Item - 10888
$1 1881S PCGS MS68
$ 4950.00
What a gorgeous coin this is!

A thin band (a mini crescent) of totally original blue/violet/amber colors frames the obverse rims only. The balance of the coin is an intense silvery white. The surfaces are what you expect for an MS68: intensely lustrous and VERY clean. Even the overall condition of the cheek will impress the pickiest of buyers. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp full strikes. The eye appeal is phenomenal!

PCGS 115, NGC 239, CAC 65. The last auction record we could find for one of these was only $4,112.00 08/2014 Heritage. That coin was not as pretty as this one (an NGC CAC piece brought $4,994.00 01/2015). Plus, the current Collectors Universe value is $5,900.00.


Item - 10484
$1 1882 PCGS MS66
$ 2875.00
If this were an 80S, it probably would be a MS66+! We see little reason why it is not.

Super surfaces are super satiny and are super clean. Even frost breaks are held to a minimum. A strong luster shows off original white surfaces. Miss Liberty and the details are frosty and have crisp sharp strikes. The eye appeal is fantastic!

PCGS 253, NGC 243, CAC 51. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell in auction brought $3,055.00 09/2014 Heritage. Opportunity knocks loud here!


Item - 10878
$ 22500.00
Featured on the front of the color brochure prepared by PCGS for the display of the famous wildly toned Sunnywood Collection, this coin was chosen most often as the favorite in the set by collectors who visited the display. It was once dubbed "The Electric Rainbow Wonder Coin" by a group of Morgan specialists.

. We'll start with the fact this was the Sunnywood collectors FAVORITE coin in the entire set. This spectacular coin is an exceptionally wildly beautiful and technically superb example of what would otherwise be a common date San Francisco Morgan dollar. You could certainly make an argument for MS68 with this terrific piece. We can't find any problems, any where. The colors clearly are from a burlap bag and are totally original. Electric shades of amber/violet/pearl green/azure blue all swirl together on the obverse. The reverse has some hints of reddish gold. Not only are Miss Liberty and the details fully struck, her cheek is absolutely PERFECT! On a scale of 1-10 (10 being the best) , the eye appeal is an 11+++!!!!

The value of this coin is all about the color. At the Simpson Sunnywood sale in October 2014, this coin realized $21,150.00 in intense bidding. The current owner has changed direction in their collecting efforts recently. They requested we place this coin in a great home where it will reside for a long period of time. Opportunity knocks so loud here-its deafening!

Item - 10901
$1 1883S PCGS MS64
$ 6950.00
Before certification, a coin like this would have been called a GEM. We took one look and knew we had to own it!

First, this HIGH END GEM clearly has moderate cameo contrast. WOW! An intense headlight booming luster really makes that stand out. You can see some scattered ticks-mostly on the obverse. There is a thin cut in the hair-visible only w/a glass. Both sides are a powerful mint white. The obverse has a thin band of reddish gold framing the rims only. Miss Liberty and the details are fully struck and have thick 80S type PL frosting. The eye appeal is wicked awesome!

PCGS 445, NGC 250, CAC 60. The last PCGS CAC piece to sell at auction brought $6,148.00 08/2014 Heritage. An NGC CAC coin sold for $8,225.00 12/2014. This coin deserves a premium because of the neat cameoed appearance.


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