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1891 CC Morgan PCGS MS62


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1891 CC Morgan PCGS MS62

  • Mint: Carson City
  • Obverse Designer: George T. Morgan
  • Reverse Designer: George T. Morgan
  • Composition: Silver
  • Fineness: 0.9
  • Weight: 26.73g
  • ASW: 0.7734oz
  • Diameter: 38.1mm
  • Edge: Reeded

This is a photo of the exact 1891 CC Morgan PCGS MS62 you will receive.

The 1891 CC Morgan Silver Dollar is a notable entry in the storied Morgan dollar series. Specifically minted at the Carson City Mint, as indicated by the “CC” mint mark. This particular issue is highly sought after by collectors due to its rarity and the intriguing history of its mint location.

Designed by George T. Morgan, the obverse of the coin features the iconic profile of Lady Liberty, adorned with a Phrygian cap—a symbol of liberty and freedom—decorated with wheat and cotton, which represent America’s agricultural roots. The motto “E PLURIBUS UNUM” arcs above her head, and the date of issue, 1891, is shown at the bottom. Encircling Liberty are thirteen stars, symbolizing the original American colonies.

On the reverse, the coin depicts a bald eagle with outstretched wings clutching an olive branch and arrows, symbolizing the nation’s preference for peace coupled with its readiness for war. A wreath partially encircles the eagle, and above it, the motto “IN GOD WE TRUST” is inscribed in a distinctive Gothic script. The periphery of the coin is inscribed with “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and “ONE DOLLAR.”

This coin, struck in a composition of 90% silver and 10% copper, weighs 26.73 grams and has a diameter of 38.1 mm. The 1891 CC Morgan Silver Dollar is especially prized for its connection to the historic Carson City Mint and its aesthetic beauty, making it a coveted piece for numismatic enthusiasts and a valuable addition to any collection.

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