The coins all weigh between 26.4 and 26.6 grams besides 2 or 3 that are much more worn than the others. These few are between 25 to 26 grams. They all sound the same with a ping test. None of them are Carson City or key date coins. Most of them are in very good condition. Besides one, they all look very good to my untrained eye. This is why I suspect I might have gotten taken. Since the world is under lock down, I can't take them to a coin shop for an evaluation any time soon. I'll post pictures of 2 of them. The first is a 1921 Denver Morgan. The next one is the odd one. A 1921 Philadelphia. It has an unreeded edge so I figure it must be fake. But it also seems to sound the same during the ping test. It weighs 26.5 grams and seems dimensionally the same as all the others except the unreeded edge has a slightly thicker rim, almost like a high relief coin would. These coins are all from 4 out of the 5 mints that produced Morgans. As I said, all but CC. Some seem so exceptional that it is hard to believe my luck. I see the tiny M on both the front neck and back ribbon very clearly. I assume this might be harder for fakers to get crisp. Any thoughts from the crowd? Fakes get better every year I suppose. This must be a difficult hobby as a result. Thank you for any feedback. I might post other examples later if there is any interest or for further clarification if anyone thinks it necessary. And that hasn't even touched the other half that are peace dollars.