I'm strongly considering starting a silver dollar collection for the first time. When I was younger I had some small collections of circulated coins that weren't worth much and didn't take it very seriously. I'm now considering creating a serious collection both for the enjoyment of it and for a long term investment so I definitely want to consider sell-ability of my collection in the future. I'm trying to decide whether to collect an entire Peace Dollar set or a subset of the Morgans and would like advice from seasoned collectors. I was leaning towards numismatic coins in the MS-62 or higher variety. To try to collect the entire Morgan set with all years and dates is obviously incredibly expensive in circulated condition much less uncirculated. Is there a subset of the Morgans that would hold resell value and be affordable that I should look into? I really like both the Peace Silver dollars and of course the Morgans. I think I prefer the obverse of the Peace and the Reverse of the Morgan. I also notice there is a difference in the coloring of both coins and I'd say generally I have to give a nod to the Morgans there. But something about liberty on the front of the Peace I've always found to be one of the most beautiful designs. The Peace dollars would be more affordable but I could still easily spend $10k in the long run on an MS-63 set it seems by the time I factor in the key dates. So here's my questions: 1. With the luster generally being better on Morgans than Peace, I can see needing higher grades of Peace to enjoy the same level of eye appeal? Is this true in practice? 2. If I were to collect Morgans what is a good subset that would be valuable to a collector for resale in the future and would be affordable to do? 3. Is it important to have all the coins in a collection at the same grade (i.e. All at MS-63)? Do buyers tend to look negatively on buying a set with mixed grades? Like would it be foolish to do a Peace set with MS-64 or 65's for common coins and then dip down to say 61 or 62 for the key dates? 4. Is it even reasonable to expect to sell an entire collection or is it more likely if/when I sold in the future I'd have to break the collection up? 5. Should a collection be from all the same grading company (NGC, PCGS, etc)? I tend to like NGC and lean towards going all NGC but I notice there seems to be more PCGS available for Peace dollars for instance. 6. Any other suggestions?