1884 S Morgan

Discussion in 'What's it Worth' started by Pacecar, May 7, 2012.

  1. Pacecar

    Pacecar Well-Known Member

    I recently picked this one up to upgrade the filler I had for my Morgan set. I was wondering what you think it might grade by a TPG. I am biased, but I think it's knocking on AU's door.

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  3. Morgandude11

    Morgandude11 As long as it's Silver, I'm listening

    Looks XF 45 or so to me. Knocking on the door of AU. That is a brutal date, as it is a conditional rarity in MS. Could go as high as an AU 53???
  4. BUncirculated

    BUncirculated Well-Known Member

    Looks AU to me.

    GDJMSP Numismatist Moderator

    Low AU but I suspect it might be AT.
  6. Pacecar

    Pacecar Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the answers and please keep them coming. I also would like to know what you think would have been an appropriate price for this coin. I will let you know what I paid for it later.
  7. cremebrule

    cremebrule Active Member

    Is it just me or does the coin looked cleaned/dipped to you? There appears to be an uneven (even flat on the obverse) amount of luster and some extra wear on the obverse.
  8. silverspoonvint

    silverspoonvint New Member

    Probably AU details but fairly certain it is cleaned.
  9. silverfool

    silverfool Active Member

    I'll go with an AU but the look is kinda off. but with pictures you never know what's from lighting. the same coin can look a lot different in a series of pictures with lighting changes/ background etc.
  10. Stang1968

    Stang1968 Member

    I'm looking at XF45 details, cleaned.
  11. Pacecar

    Pacecar Well-Known Member

    Thanks for the answers. I personally don't think it has been cleaned. In hand I don't see the scratches usually associated with cleaning, but I am no expert either. All in all I don't think I did too bad considering I paid $27 for it.:)
  12. blu62vette

    blu62vette Member

    Looks cleaned or AT, the faint pastel color on the obverse does not look natural.
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