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1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollar Coins NGC MS66

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Introduced in 1878, the Silver Morgan Dollar was issued by a total of five branch facilities of the US Mint. Among the first to contribute was the Carson City Mint, a purpose-built US Mint facility in Nevada. In the 21st century, Carson City Mint Silver Morgan Dollars are highly-coveted specimens from the history of the series. Now, 1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollars are available to you for purchase online at Silver.com in certified condition.

Coin Highlights:

  • Coins ship to you inside protective plastic slabs courtesy of the NGC!
  • Seventh release from the Carson City Mint!
  • Mintage limited to 1,136,000 coins!
  • Availability of certified coins is limited!
  • Consists .7734 Troy ounces of actual silver content.
  • Issued a face value of $1 (USD) by the United States.
  • Bears a Grade of Mint State 66 from the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
  • The obverse depicts Liberty.
  • On the reverse is the heraldic eagle.
  • Comes with CC mint marks from the Carson City Mint.

The Carson City Mint was built by the US Mint to take advantage of local sources of silver discovered in the American West in the 1860s and 1870s. Chief among these was the Comstock Lode. Though the Carson City Mint did issue some gold denominations of American coinage, its primary role was to strike silver coins, with the Silver Morgan Dollar the most common and popular from the mint.

Silver Morgan Dollars were issued by the Carson City Mint from 1878 to 1885. Production paused at the mint between 1886 and 1888, with coining resuming in 1889. When coining resumed in 1889, the only denomination still issued by the mint was the Silver Morgan Dollar. In 1893, the last Silver Morgan Dollars were issued by the Carson City Mint before its closure later in the year.

The obverse side of 1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollars features the left-profile bust of Lady Liberty. This design was created in 1878 by George T. Morgan for the coin program and features the image of Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap, coronet crown, and a laurel wreath. This side of the coin also features 13 stars.

On the reverse face of 1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollars is an image of the heraldic eagle of the United States. The design shows the American bald eagle in front-facing relief with its wings spread wide as its talons clutch the arrows of war and the olive branch of peace.

These 1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollar Coins are available to you in MS66 condition with plastic slabs. The MS66 grade is for coins with an above-average mint luster, no more than four small contact marks, light hairlines only visible under magnification, and the possibility for one or two light scuff marks.

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Weight 0.77340 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Year: 1884

Grade: MS66

Grade Service: NGC

Mint Mark: CC – Carson City

Purity: .900

Manufacturer: US Mint

Thickness: 3.1 mm

Diameter: 38.1 mm

Condition: Uncirculated

Face Value: $1

Issuing Country: United States

Obverse Designer: George T Morgan

Reverse Designer: George T Morgan

Edge Design: Reeded

Packaging Type: NGC Plastic Slab

Weight: .7734 Troy Ounce

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