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1880-CC $1 Morgan Silver Dollar VAM5-8/7 high & die gouge arrow feather— $680.00 (Save 2%!)
Fine 1880-CC MORGAN Dollar Silver ? VAM5-8/7 high & die gouge arrow feather ? (Discovered by Walter Breen, October 1964. Revised 2006.), This coin is a Top 100 Morgan VAM., 90% silver, 10% copper, 0.77344 troy ounces of pure silver, 26.73g, 591,000 minted, Mint records indicate that 591,000 1880-CC silver dollars were originally produced....
1880-CC $1 Morgan Silver Dollar VAM5-8/7 high & die gouge arrow feather
Fine 1880-CC MORGAN Dollar Silver ? VAM5-8/7 high & die gouge arrow feather ? (Discovered by Walter Breen, October 1964. Revised 2006.), This coin is a Top 100 Morgan VAM., 90% silver, 10% copper, 0.77344 troy ounces of pure silver, 26.73g, 591,000 minted, Mint records indicate that 591,000 1880-CC silver dollars were originally produced. Writing in 1993, however, Bowers relates that the Assay Commission found 96,000 '80-CC dollars to be of insufficient silver fineness. These coins were melted in early 1881, leaving a net mintage of 495,000 coins for this issue. Although not a great rarity in Mint State, the 1880-CC has always been popular due to the CC mintmark. Most collectors settle for MS 64 or MS 65 examples. RARE The coin scanned is the one you are buying. Please view scan to determine your own grade Unless stated otherwise in the description below, the item you see pictured here is exactly the coin you will receive. All coin grading is subjective as we each have our own personal preferences. Please reference the photos and ask me any questions you wish. Our goal is to gain your loyal patronage by providing Five Star products with courteous, prompt, and fair customer service. We are proud of our eBay Feedback - we invite you to read our customer comments. If you are a returning customer we thank you for your loyal patronage, and if this is your first time buying from us, we welcome you to our loyal customer family. Buy Now - Free First Class Mail Shipping Item specifics Seller Notes: “We are not collectible experts nor appraisers, so our grading is based upon our own experienced opinion. Sorry, we cannot accept returns on bullion items. On coins where the value is largely derived from the value of the spot metal, we cannot allow returns due to fluctuations in the commodities markets.” Year: 1880 Circulated/Uncirculated: Uncirculated Composition: 90% Silver, 10% Copper Strike Type: Business Certification: Uncertified Mint Location: Carson City Grade: Ungraded Country/Region of Manufacture: United States Detailed item info Product Information Ron Guth The 1880-CC Silver Dollar is a fairly common date thanks to the Treaury hoards that were sold by the General Services Administration (GSA) in the lat 1970's and eatly 1980's. Literally bags and thousands of coins came on the market but the demand was enough to meet all the supply. PCGS has certified over 17,000 1880-CC Dollars as of March 2011 but that number includes all of the different varieties of the year. Nonetheless, 17 bags of anything is a significant quantity, especially Silver Dollars. Despite the large quantities of graded coins, the 1880-CC has been able to maintain a strong valuation...collectors love the CC mintmark. Several varieties exist of the 1880-CC Silver Dollar, some major, some minor. The most obvious difference is on the reverse. Some 1880-CC Silver Dollars were struck with the reverse of 1878 (flat instead of rounded breast, and with a flat fletch on the top-most arrow). Other varieties include variations of overdates, plus the often minute VAM varieties. As far as condition goes, most of the certified 1880-CC Silver Dollars are MS-64, bracketed on either side by nearly equal amounts of MS-63 and MS-65 examples. A small percentage of MS-67 examples have been certified by PCGS (see the PCGS Population Report), with none finer. Prooflike examples comprise less than 10% of the population and Deep Mirror Prooflike examples make up less than two percent of the total population. Collectors may be selective when choosing an 1880-CC Silver Dollar, thanks to the large supply. Collectors should seek out well-struck examples that are either blast white or attractively toned. Product Identifiers PCGS Number 7100 Key Features Year 1880 Category Dollars; Morgan Dollar Country The United States of America Mint Carson City Strike Type Business Other Features Denomination $1 Mint Location Carson City, Nevada Mint Mark CC Diameter 38.1 millimeters Weight 26.73 grams Mintage 591 Composition 90% Silver, 10% Copper Designer George T. Morgan Edge Reeded
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