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Being a rare and antique piece, the 1882 Morgan Dollar represents a good investment option. Made up of 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper, this Morgan Dollar is 38.1 mm i...Read more
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Being a rare and antique piece, the 1882 Morgan Dollar represents a good investment option. Made up of 90 percent silver and 10 percent copper, this Morgan Dollar is 38.1 mm in diameter while weighing 26.73 grams. Tracing its roots back to the Mint Act of 1873 and the Bland-Allison Act of 1878, this Morgan Dollar has great historical significance. Named after its designer, George T. Morgan, this silver dollar is a part of the Morgan Dollar series which was minted from 1878-1904, and again in 1921. Interestingly, as a representation of liberty, the 1882 Morgan Dollar depicts an American woman, presumably Miss Anna W. Williams, a schoolteacher from Philadelphia, instead of the usual Greek–style figure. Own this rare silver dollar and revisit the historical era!

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GeoUnited States
Sub GeoNot Available
Coinage TypeCirculation Coinage
DenominationDollar
Year1882
CompositionSilver
Catalog NumberKM# 110

Coin NameMorgan Dollar
Mint NameU.S. Mint
Obverse DescriptionLaureate head left, date below flanked by stars
Reverse DescriptionEagle within 1/2 wreath
Obverse LegendE.PLURIBUS.UNUM
Reverse LegendUNITED STATES OF AMERICA
Diameter (mm.)38.1
Fineness0.9
Weight (g.)26.73
Actual Weight (oz.)0.773

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1882 Morgan Carson City Silver Dollar

 | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
Created: 05/07/12
I retired in 2009 and needed a hobby, I had collected coins years ago and had sold most of them. My approach was different this time as I concentrated my purchases in silver. I had a winning bid on this key date (low mintage) 1882 Morgan cc because I found it to be a good buy and having a Carson City Morgan is special to any collection. I do not purchase anything under an AU grading so I do not have a huge collection. My particular coin is MS having a small nick in the field to the left of the Liberty portrait, otherwise a affordable nice looking coin. People seem to always enjoy looking at coins, it is fun and most of all a good investment as silver has continued to increase in value.
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Silver Fun

 | Yes, I would recommend this product to a friend.
Created: 07/12/12
I have converted some stock into silver.

My favorite coins are Morgans, the New Liberty, and Peace dollars. I first bought about 30 ungraded Morgans just to stock what I thought I may need if I ever have to trade them for goods. I then moved into graded Morgans and Peace dollars. After that I moved into graded Ms-69 Ms-70, in Cameos and Ultra Cameos in the New Liberty. This is not to say I have ignored the older Walking Liberty in MS-62-65.

I have also diversified my investemnts in Morgans and Peace dollars, Franklin halves, and some junk silver, so I have collected the recent Walking Liberty and the Canadian Maple Leaf. I also very much enjoy seeking out the unusual bars and coin bullion. I missed Marylin Monroe at $45...shucks!

Investing in silver bullion and coins is not only exciting for the hunt, but also for the investment opportunities. I could have bought gold, but it's no where near as much opportunity for the fun of the hunt and the thrill of the find!

See you on the auction block
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COLLECT THE RARE CARSON CITY MORGAN DOLLARS.THEY ARE SCARCE,AND HISTORIC.

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Created: 02/12/12
IN THE NOT SO DISTANT PAST I OWNED ALL BUT (7) MORGAN DOLLARS. WHAT I MEAN BY ALL BUT (7)IS THAT I HAD ALL MINTS FROM 1878-1904 & 1921. THE MINTS WERE SAN FRANCISCO,NEW ORLEANS,PHILLADELPHIA,AND OF COURSE CARSON CITY.I HAD (72) MORGAN DOLLARS IN TOTAL. THE ONLY MISSING COINS WERE CARSON CITY MORGANS. I HAD (6) OF THE (13) NEEDED TO COMPLETE THE ENTIRE YEAR AND MINT SET. SO TO MAKE A LONG STORY SHORT.THE CARSON CITY MORGANS HOLD A SPECIAL PLACE IN MY HEART. THEY'RE SCARCE,AND WERE MINTED WERE THE SILVER WAS MINED. CARSON MORGANS ARE SPECIAL,INDEED.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful.
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1882 CC GSA Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar should be collected

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Created: 16/06/12
The 1882 CC GSA Uncirculated Morgan dollar should be collected. Of the 1,133,000 1882 CC Morgan dollars minted, only 605,000 are part of the GSA hoard of the 70's. The 605,000 1882 CC hoard included many circulated Morgan Silver Dollars. Also, Many of the Uncirculated 1882 CC GSA have been already cracked out of their orginial GSA holders and put into private collector's sets. The 1882 CC Morgan dollar has the lowest numbers of the so called "Common" CC dates, (1882,1883 and 1884 CC) both in total mintage and number of GSA hoard found. With this and as the years go by, the 1882 CC GSA Uncirculated Morgan Silver dollar coin in the orginial GSA holder is poised to greatly increase in value.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful.
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Having fun with history!

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Created: 04/03/12
I am putting a morgan dollar collection together, so I got this coin for the set. But, I am a silver coin lover, especially the morgans or cartwheels. So far I'm only 8 coins away from completing the set, and I haven't spent a fortune doing it. With silver on the rise, I'm having fun and investing at the same time. I love a shinny BU coin, but at the same time, I enjoy looking at a circulated coin and wondering who could have held this coin 100 years ago! If you enjoy history ,you can't go wrong with morgans.
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