1890 Morgan Silver Dollar

Pushed higher by bullion prices your Morgan silver dollar value is a minimum of. $ Also, because of scarcity and worth more to collectors are those minted at the Carson City mint.

We do adjust lighting levels. This is the exact coin you will receive. You will receive the exact coin s in the photo. Our goal is to photograph it in a way that allows you to see what the item wi However, circulated and slightly worn Morgan dollars are valued by collectors if they have a nice "eye appeal" quality.

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S Morgan US silver dollar - High Grade Not professionally Graded but believed to be an AU, as seen in photos. Shipped First Class USPS Shipped First Class USPS O $ Morgan silver dollar MS 64+ PL ICG certified.

The coin is in raw uncertified condition and is a very nice coin. You will receive the exact coin s in the photo. Our goal is to photograph it in a way that allows you to see what the item wi Please wait for the invoice before paying Posted with eBay Mobi Nice Bright Album Coin!

Nice luster on this great album coin. Imagine what this classic has seen! Great for your type collection or a high grade set. This is your chance to ge We do adjust lighting levels. We do not enhance the colors, edit out bag marks, scratches or any flaws. We attempt to take the best photo's that gives you a honest view of what the coin details look l This coin is not graded, you'll have to judge the condition from the photos, it is the coin you will receive.

I did not acquire this coin, it is part of a large estate that I am liquidating and has be Please wait for the invoice before paying Posted with eBay Mobile. The condition of this coin is based off of your grade. San Francisco uses an "S" and if no mintmark is present your coin was produced at the main mint in Philadelphia.

Your silver dollar may be worn and not the ultimate "Uncirculated" grade. Also, values on the chart reflect most silver dollars are worth close to silver bullion value unless in this top uncirculated condition. However, circulated and slightly worn Morgan dollars are valued by collectors if they have a nice "eye appeal" quality.

Of value to you and interest to collectors, circulated silver dollars often develop a pleasing antique look. What was originally bright white mint luster fades as a coin circulates and is replaced with a soft silver grey hue. Naturally over time toning darkens within the design giving highlights to features and accenting details.

This normal process produces a worn but still eye appealing silver dollar. Two circulated and worn dollars are pictured, both collected and removed from circulation long ago.

The top coin has less wear and exhibits greater detail but both are viewed has having above average appearance. Overall quality does improve Morgan silver dollar value. As you grade your Morgan dollars, view not only the amount of wear but also step back and judge the general eye appeal of your coin.

Evenly distributed wear, covered by a soft toning of silver grey with no distracting marks does stand out as an eye appealing coin. Follow along with the images and descriptions as a Morgan dollar begins to wear from freshly minted "Uncirculated" condition, to a very worn example in "Good" condition. By judging the different stages of wear, a "Grade" is determined. The greater the detail remaining, the greater your Morgan silver dollar value. A silver dollar in the "uncirculated" grade never saw use in commerce.

Your coin must not show any signs of wear and retain the look of brand new, often with natural toning that occurs to silver coins. Look for the first signs of abrasion from wear on the highest part of Liberty's cheek below the eye and the front of her chin. Wear to the surface removes the delicate texture of original mint luster leaving these areas dull. Slight wear of design limited to only the tops of the highest points, defines the "extremely fine" grade. Loss of detail is minor with the merging of just a few strands of hair found above Liberty's forehead and below her cap.

Folds in the cap also show small amounts of rubbing with a tiny loss of roundness. Your coin still retains a pleasing sharpness in appearance.

Circulation has now reduced finer design detail to the point of merging. Clearly visible, moderate wear describes silver dollars in "fine" condition.

Liberty's hair both above and below the ear is noticeably worn with wide flat spots now replacing the original fine lines. Turning to the reverse, the leaves in the wreath are now very flat, most feathers in the eagle's neck have merged and the very tips of the eagle's wings lack any detail. Lack of design defines this old silver dollar as "Good" condition. Liberty is mostly an outline, once a cap, hair curls and head band are now obscured. Lettering now connects to the rim in places but readable.

Lack of any hair line above the forehead places this coin solidly in this lower grade.





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