1885-CC VAM 4 MS65 [...0232]

Value Information: PCGS Value Guide: Non-variety MS65=$1150

Hot 50 Variety. The 1885-CC VAM 4 is unique for its bold dash under the “8” in the date, where the weakened area of the die around the “8” broke out from the die face...

$950.00
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1903-S VAM 2 XF45 [...7030]

Value Information: PCGS Value Guide: N/A

Top 100 Variety. As one of the most desirable VAMs in the Top 100, any PCGS XF45 “Micro S” specimen is an exciting find. After all, high end AU’s at one time were bringing something approaching $20,000 and XF45’s $7500...

$1,950.00
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United States, California

1878-P VAM 166 AU50 [...1832]

Value Information: PCGS Value Guide:  XF40=$1750; AU55=$4000

A VAM 166 in XF condition is normally priced around $1700, but the grade of this VAM 166 specimen is an even loftier PCGS AU50. Who knows when we'll handle another one this nice...

$1,650.00
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United States, California

1878-S VAM 26 AU53 [...5730]

Value Information: PCGS Value Guide: N/A

Top 100 Variety. The “Long Nock” varieties represent a fascinating look at the first Morgan dollars struck in 1878 at the San Francisco Mint. This reverse didn’t last long, and simply put, today they’re worth a fortune...

$815.00
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United States, California