1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollar Coins PCGS MS66 - Silver.com™
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1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollar Coins PCGS MS66

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The release of Silver Morgan Dollars at the United States Mint took course over a period of 1878 to 1904, and once again in 1921. During this period of time, the US Mint used five branch mint facilities to issue the coins. The Denver Mint issued the coins the fewest number of times, just once in 1921. However, the Carson City Mint had the next lowest number of issues. Now, 1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollars are available to you for purchase online from Silver.com in certified condition.

Coin Highlights:

  • Coins ship to you in PCGS protective plastic slabs!
  • Seventh coin in the Silver Morgan Dollar Series at Carson City!
  • Original mintage limited to 1,136,000 coins only!
  • Availability of certified coins is limited!
  • Consists of .7734 Troy ounce of actual silver content.
  • Issued a face value of $1 (USD) by the United States.
  • Bears a Grade of Mint State 66 from the Professional Coin Grading Service.
  • Liberty features on the obverse.
  • American bald eagle on the reverse.
  • Comes with a CC mint mark from the Carson City Mint.

The Carson City Mint was founded in 1863 and began issuing coins for the US Mint in 1870. As a primary role, the Carson City Mint stuck to issuing mostly silver denominations for the US Mint. The US Mint had purpose-built the Carson City Mint branch to take advantage of local sources of silver found in the American West, particularly the Comstock Lode in Nevada.

When it comes to the Morgan Dollars, the Carson City Mint issued the coins from 1878 to 1885. Following a three-year pause in production from 1886 to 1888, the Carson City Mint resumed striking Silver Morgan Dollars in 1889 and would continue to do so until 1893 when the branch mint closed permanently.

Liberty features on the obverse of 1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollars. This left-profile relief shows Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap with a coronet and laurel wreath in her hair. The design field also includes 13 stars, six on one side of Liberty’s bust and seven on the other side.

An American bald eagle is found in the reverse design of the 1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollar Coins. This design, as well as the obverse image, comes from George T. Morgan and was created in 1878. The American bald eagle is featured here in front-facing relief with the arrows of war in one talon and the olive branch of peace.

These 1884-CC Silver Morgan Dollar Coins come to you in plastic slabs with Mint State 66 grade. Coins in this condition showcase above-average mint luster and have only a few scattered contact marks that are small and may be present in the primary focal points of the coin. It is also possible that light hairlines may be present, but these are only visible under magnification.

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Weight 0.77340 oz

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Brand: US Mint

Year: 1884

Grade: Ms66

Grade Service: PCGS

Mint Mark: CC – Carson City

Purity: .900

Manufacturer: US Mint

Thickness: 2.85 mm

Diameter: 38 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: PCGS Plastic Slab

Weight: .7734 Troy Ounce

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