Been a few years since I stopped collecting, having sold off all my Morgans pre-silver boom to pay bills. I remember what must have been 20 years ago... magazines touting the undervalued nature of Morgans after a previous cash in values. How has the buillon price affected values on high and low mintage MS 65/66 Morgans? Has the recession caused prices to fall, or has the panic raised all boats in an attempt to find an alternative to stocks? I'm a big fan of nickels in general, particularly Buffalo Nickels, mint/proof set varieties, Morgans, and of course varities of all sorts fascinte me... If there was an undervalued series today, offering an interesting history and design chock full of varities to cherrypick and keep interest in the hunt... what would they be?