Silver Dollars – My Morgan List

Silver Dollars – My Morgan List

Hidden Profits In High Grade
Morgan Silver Dollars (1878-1921)

This Series Is One Of My Two Favorite Choices

Morgan Silver DollarThe Morgan silver dollar, named after designer George T. Morgan, is one of the most widely collected and studied silver coins ever produced by the US government. This investment grade silver dollar can provide healthy profits for reasons most investors completely overlook, yet nearly everybody can get started regardless of their investment budget.

The timing could not be better regarding this investment as one of the most fascinating books on the Morgan Silver Dollar has been published by rare coin author Q. David Bowers. The Official Red Book of Morgan Silver Dollars (Whitman Publishing LLC) provides Bower’s insight along with pricing and history on one of America’s favorite rare coins.

There are a number of compelling reasons to invest in Morgan Silver Dollars and all focus on its history and origins of its notoriety. Most Morgan Silver Dollars were produced in large quantities because of the infamous deal struck between early Nevada silver producers and the US Mint. These silver producers of the Comstock Lode had an oversupply of silver and America had unemployed workers, a combination that likely led to the Bland-Allison Act of 1878 which authorized the new Morgan Silver Dollar. It was legislated that silver from the Comstock Lode was designated specifically to produce large quantities of Morgan silver dollars with the intended benefit of helping with the unemployment problem. As is sometimes the case with government intervention, the plan wasn’t well designed and a great deal more coins were minted than were needed for everyday commerce, necessitating costly government storage of the surplus. Finally in 1918, the burden of storage was addressed, and under provisions of The Pittman Act, almost 300 million of these silver dollars were melted, without regard or record as to date or mint mark. This unfortunate action has led to one of the great investment opportunities in America’s most prized silver coin.

Morgan Silver Dollar Book8 Reasons Which Could Influence Your Decision
Including My First, Second, and Third Investment Rules

1. The Morgan silver dollar is one of the most important and well-known silver coins ever minted. It is more popular than $20 gold pieces, more popular than type coins and even more popular than commemorative coins. It literally stands for and represents the Old West and the lore that goes with stagecoach delivery and mining towns. It is also the first of two early silver coin series which are my favorite non-bullion choices.

2. The Morgan silver dollar is not obscure but a virtual price barometer of the coin business. Analysis of rare coin prices places importance on this series because it is widely held and historically significant. But the driving force behind my recommendation is that many high grade coins within the series are just too cheap. In fact they now trade for about the same price as much more common modern issues.

3. The authorized melting of almost 300 million coins in 1917 created investment opportunities whose upside is still being analyzed. The Morgan silver dollar was produced at 5 different mints over a span of 28 years and so contains dates and mint-marks that are overlooked even today. And the popularity of this important silver coin insures a wide distribution meaning past graded examples are in strong collector hands so even large dealers only have access to limited numbers regardless of demand.

4. With the inception of PCGS grading, the coin’s condition and authenticity are guaranteed since PCGS employs only world-class graders, who independently agree on the coin’s grade. A PCGS grade is as well respected as Abe Lincoln’s word and you can learn why by watching: The PCGS Grading Process Video

5. Rare coins are graded using the Sheldon Scale of 1 to 70 and the higher the number the better the coin’s condition. Choosing the correct grade is important because investment by condition is a hallmark of rare coin success. Most Morgan dollars saw immediate circulation because they were needed for commerce. This process pushed the number of uncirculated examples lower and collector demand for mint state examples pushed prices higher: Which leads to my First Investment Rule: The most important grade is Mint State 65 (MS 65) or Gem Uncirculated, because the number of coins graded decreases dramatically but in many cases the price point remains attractive.

6. Since the advent of independent certification by The Professional Coin Grading Service, records of the total number of Morgan Silver Dollars graded by condition are published each month. A simple peek at the PCGS Population Report will reveal the exact number graded and their assigned grade. Using population numbers and the selling price leads to my Second Investment Rule: You can figure each coin’s Benefit Factor which is a simple way to choose the coin with the best investment value. What is even more fun is that this technique is not widely understood and can be verified with a calculator.

7. The Morgan Silver Dollar is one of America’s most beautiful coins. Our dignified Miss Liberty is on the front (called the obverse) and a majestic eagle whose wings are outspread, holding an olive branch in one talon and a bundle of arrows in the other is on the reverse. This coin is a classic from the golden age of U.S. coin design. The grade of these coins is guaranteed by PCGS but it is important to remember that the coin’s eye appeal is paramount. That is why I hand select each example insuring they are “blast white” and fall within the top portion of the grade range. I use 30 years of experience to provide this “extra value” at no extra cost which leads to my Third Investment Rule: Morgan silver dollars with great eye appeal always deliver better price performance.

8. This graph will illustrate that today’s pricing presents historically low premiums and a better chance of long term investment success.

Morgan Silver Dollar Graph

LEARN MORE ABOUT ONE OF MY FAVORITE SILVER SERIES

Invest $4000 And Take Advantage Of My 5% Discount Rare Coin Club

1. Call toll free (1-800-225-7531) with your questions and I will offer more insight including a few potential pitfalls because all coin choices involve some risk. Also keep in mind that while my pricing list is complete it is only a reference. I rarely have all coins for two reasons: First, while the technical grade of MS 65 is guaranteed by PCGS I choose examples which fall into the higher end of that grade range. Second, these carefully chosen coins must also be blast-white in color. This approach does not cost you more but offers hidden investment value because coins with superior “eye appeal” are like owning beach front property.

2. There is nothing which can replace holding these gem uncirculated 100 year old Morgan dollars in your hands so here is my Risk-Free Offer: If you believe, as I do, that classic silver coins represent a great opportunity call and inquire about availability. There is no obligation and this will allow us to custom fit this investment to your specific needs regardless of your budget. If you decide to place an order the coins will be hand selected, premium quality PCGS MS 65 examples and we even pay for shipping and insurance.

Your satisfaction is guaranteed and if you are not delighted simply return the coins within 7 days for a complete no questions asked refund. And by the way your $4000 purchase makes you part of my 5% Rare Coin Club which gives you a 5% discount on future rare coin investments. It is just my way of saying thanks for considering one of my favorite rare coin choices.

Thanks for reading.
Ken Edwards
1-800-225-7531

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MORGAN DOLLARS CERTIFIED BY PCGS MS65 – Gem Uncirculated
Premium Quality – Hand Selected Within The Grade Range

PCGS No Date MS65 pop Jun. 15, 2017 Rarity Price Benefit Factor
7072 1878 8TF 784 68 $1,375 6.2
7076 1878 7TF Rev 79 442 121 $1,600 9.5
7080 1878-CC 2154 25 $1,550 2.2
7082 1878-S 4504 12 $300 5.0
7084 1879 1218 44 $700 7.9
7090 1879-O 428 125 $3,200 4.9
7092 1879-S 25345 2 $125 2.1
7096 1880 1249 43 $600 8.9
7100 1880-CC 2638 20 $1,100 2.3
7118 1880-S 36546 1 $125 1.5
7124 1881 1249 43 $690 7.8
7126 1881-CC 4829 11 $900 1.5
7128 1881-O 764 70 $1,100 8.0
7130 1881-S 53593 1 $125 1.0
7132 1882 1726 31 $500 7.8
7134 1882-CC 5695 9 $460 2.6
7136 1882-O 1075 50 $1,090 5.7
7140 1882-S 18874 3 $125 2.8
7142 1883 4468 12 $220 6.8
7144 1883-CC 8772 6 $450 1.7
7146 1883-O 8736 6 $230 3.3
7150 1884 2476 22 $325 8.3
7152 1884-CC 8240 7 $450 1.8
7154 1884-O 15495 3 $125 3.5
7158 1885 9053 6 $145 5.1
7160 1885-CC 4415 12 $1,100 1.4
7162 1885-O 20383 3 $135 2.4
7164 1885-S 574 93 $1,750 6.7
7166 1886 16699 3 $135 3.0
7170 1886-S 375 143 $2,250 7.9
7172 1887 17648 3 $145 2.6
7176 1887-O 368 146 $2,000 9.1
7180 1887-S 459 117 $2,100 7.0
7182 1888 4017 13 $230 7.3
7184 1888-O 2320 23 $500 5.8
7186 1888-S 357 150 $2,600 7.2
7188 1889 2347 23 $325 8.8
7194 1889-S 735 73 $1,550 5.9
7196 1890 691 78 $1,400 6.9
7198 1890-CC 352 152 $5,000 3.8
7200 1890-O 746 72 $1,600 5.6
7202 1890-S 874 61 $1,180 6.5
7206 1891-CC 699 77 $3,800 2.5
7210 1891-S 530 101 $1,400 9.0
7240 1896 5185 10 $200 6.5
7246 1897 1887 28 $330 10.8
7250 1897-S 1285 42 $580 9.0
7252 1898 2605 21 $230 11.2
7254 1898-O 12986 4 $175 2.9
7256 1898-S 465 115 $1,600 9.0
7258 1899 1410 38 $800 5.9
7260 1899-O 8516 6 $175 4.5
7262 1899-S 518 103 $1,840 7.0
7264 1900 4247 13 $175 9.0
7266 1900-O 6956 8 $175 5.5
7268 1900-O/CC 847 63 $1,900 4.2
7270 1900-S 605 89 $1,375 8.1
7274 1901-O 3143 17 $175 12.2
7278 1902 1725 31 $400 9.7
7280 1902-O 5197 10 $155 8.3
7282 1902-S 380 141 $2,200 8.0
7284 1903 3355 16 $250 8.0
7286 1903-O 2415 22 $600 4.6
7290 1904 318 169 $2,100 10.0
7292 1904-O 12479 4 $145 3.7
7294 1904-S 145 370 $9,000 5.1
7296 1921 5484 10 $175 7.0
7298 1921-D 1964 27 $350 9.7
7300 1921-S 1180 45 $800 7.1