1878-CC Morgan Silver Dollar Prime BU MS Full Monster Rainbow Color Toned Gem
This is a Raw Ungraded 1878-CC Morgan Silver Dollar. This is a beautiful coin with prominent colors of Blue and Purple on the Obverse and Reverse of the coin. This coin with it's colorful toning and proof like features is not only a visually pleasing silver dollar but a welcome addition to any Toned Morgan Dollar collection.
Mint Mark: CC - Carson City
Face Value: $1.00
Total Produced: 2,212,000
Silver Content: .90
Silver Weight: 26.73 Grams
Our Professional Opinion Of Coin Grade: MS 62
Current Book Value Of this Coin Without Toning: $6,000.00
Premium Value Added For The Quality Of Toning Present On This Coin: $400.00
Current Value Of This Coin With Toning Included: $6,800.00
Toning Authentication: Market Acceptable
If you looked at every raw toned coin on our site you would see that 99% of our raw toned coins are deemed to be Market Acceptable and the reason for this is when selecting raw coins to be sold we attempt to offer only Market Acceptable coins with tones and attributes similar to the tones seen in graded salable holders by PCGS, ANACS, NGC, ICG. Occasionally though we will run across coins we feel toned coin lovers like you and our main customer base would be interested in and will offer them because they contain such a high level of eye appeal and beauty regardless of the fact they have little or no chance of being graded without being labeled as artificially toned. Our goal is to help our collectors find top of the line additions to your personal sets because you deserve the best color at very reasonable prices. As collectors ourselves we found that finishing a set can take countless years and brake the bank account. So we search far and wide to offer the most variety and best class coins on the market and we hope that you will agree.
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