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    Scarce Early Proof Morgan

    1879 $1 PCGS/CAC Proof 64+


    From a lower mintage of 1,100 coins struck in proof format, the 1879 Proof Morgan is seen far less often in the market than it's contemporaries of the 1880's. Well struck with plenty of character. Rich golden centers with very visible mirrors underneath. Attractive peripheral toning of orange and deeper gold can be seen on both sides, too.

    Gorgeous Cameo

    1881 $1 PCGS Proof 67 CAM ex: D.L. Hansen


    Challenging cameo example from a mintage of only 984 proofs struck of this issue. Virtually flawless, fully mirrored fields and sharp, frosted devices are adorned in a lovely champagne patina adding to the already exceptional eye appeal. The finest example graded, a Proof 68 Cameo resides in the primary collection of D.L. Hansen.

    Beautiful Toning

    1883 $1 PCGS Proof 67 ex: D.L. Hansen


    Magnificent gem proof example from this final year for which the Philadelphia Mint struck Morgan dollar proofs. Fully struck design elements and flawless mirrors are coated in gorgeous patina of blended rose, blue-green, and lavender toning. Spectacular eye appeal! A 67 cameo example resides in the primary collection.

    1887 $1 PCGS Proof 64


    Just 710 coins struck in the proof format for this issue. A vibrantly brilliant Proof boasts full white color on both obverse and reverse. A cloudy milk streak runs the length of the left obverse field, though, this does little to impact what is clearly an overall strong eye appeal throughout.

    Pretty Rim Toning

    1889 $1 PCGS Proof 61


    Just 811 coins struck in the proof format for this issue. Iridescent green, blue and finally red/orange toning spills inward from the rims towards honey golden centers. Quite attractive color overall on this more affordable proof Morgan.

    Beautifully Toned Gem Proof

    1898 $1 NGC Proof 67


    A fantastic, premium gem example from a mintage of just 735 coins struck in proof format. Impeccably struck mirrors are virtually pristine and beautifully tinted in shades of olive, blue, peach, and violet. The reflectivity and toning is most vibrant along the peripherals of the obverse and is especially bright on the reverse.