Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by jello, Jul 11, 2010.
Some of my better date Morgans:
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Very nice!! Great 93 s too!
That's the beauty of Morgan's is some are affordable you can get one like a ms 65 cac 1881-s for a couple hundred bucks cause their not rare in high grade
This coin was far less than $200, and looks even nicer than it photographs.
Here's a good one I'm not sure if I posted here
Two of my latest pick ups.
1921 MS65 PL CAC: low pop
This has beautiful toning, but the pics don't do it justice. At an angle, the majority of it is a rust - orange:
Another I couldn't resist. It's better in hand. Great reflective fields!
Beautiful 82-CC! From your picture, it looks undergraded to me. The TPG's give more leeway when grading GSA's in my opinion and the cheek looks better than many MS65's i've seen.
I did a lot of comparing of this coin to others. When I saw it I just had to get it. It does look better than the other 82-CC GSA MS64 coins out there that I have seen.
This one came today:
Sweet looking 79-S. Tell me that got DPL!
Yes it did!
I don't think I've ever seen such pronounced die polishing lines on a morgan
Here's another of mine
Her sister has more:
So she does nice coins
They almost look like they were sruck in sequence
Mainebill and blueVette: love your DPL's. I own a few myself, but don't have as good of pictures.
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