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Raw Morgan in pretty good shape, starts at 99 cents: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1891-S-Morgan-Dollar-90-Silver-U-S-Coin-Choice-Extremely-Fine-EF-XF-/281584097862?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item418fb85a46 Obverse Reverse and, an uncirculated 1979-S U.S. Mint proof set, also 99 cents: http://www.ebay.com/itm/1979-S-U-S-Mint-Proof-Set-/281583845906?pt=LH_DefaultDomain_0&hash=item418fb48212 The image files were too large to upload as attachments, I apologize.
This is my first post, Im going to see if I can figure this out. I buy and sell a lot. I have my regular Guys then some new people as well. I got a phone call on some morgans. If I wanted to come check them out. The guy wanted $200 for the 1895 S. Then $15/ each of the other 9. Sounded good to me so I went and Bought them. Im going to post 2 coins, I was wondering if you could tell me what you think they grade and maybe a value. Better yet if I should send them off to be graded? I think with getting the 95s, That I may start to build the set. I have collected coins for awhile and never really
I need help to determine the quality of this coin. Its a 1903 Morgan Dollar, USA. It is in very great lusterous condition, but it has some scrathches on the cheek and toned/burned edges and a dot in the reverse. The picture is very bad, bit can it be AU55 or is it less?
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