1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL

$715.00

The Coin Store is proud to offer an extraordinary 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL.

The third party grading service, NGC has certified this Morgan Dollar as authentic and has given this 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL MS65.

The NGC certification number for this coin is 114602-005 which can be verified on the NGC homepage.

This 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL MS65 is currently in stock and ready to ship.

 

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1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL

The Coin Store is proud to offer an extraordinary 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL.

The third party grading service, NGC has certified this Morgan Dollar as authentic and has given this 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL MS65.

The NGC certification number for this coin is 114602-005 which can be verified on the NGC homepage.

This 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL MS65 is currently in stock and ready to ship.

 

 

The Coin Store Top Shelf Award

The Coin Store Top Shelf Recognition

This 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL has earned its position into our elite store category of “Top Shelf Coins”.

Below we will explain why we assigned this coin this honor.

The population numbers for this coin are really low for this year, grade and DMPL condition.

Of the three major grading companies, there were over 5,801 1880-S Morgan Dollars DMPL graded.
There are only 596 that were graded higher (as of 05July21).

 

Population Numbers for the 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL (as of 05July21)

 

NGC Population – 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in MS: 163,404
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in PL: 9,381
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar Total graded in DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like): 1,974
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in MS65 DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like): 438
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded higher in DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like): 130

 

PCGS Population 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in MS: 166,581
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in PL: 12,994
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like): 2,920
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in MS65 DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like): 630
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded higher in DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like): 285

 

ANACS Population – 1880-S Morgan Dollar DMPL
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded : 13,700
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in PL:  1,729
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like): 907
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded in MS65 DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like): 345
  • 1880-S Morgan Dollar total graded higher in DMPL (Deep Mirror Proof Like): 183

 

Information on the Morgan Dollar

  • Value: 1 United States dollar
  • Mass: 26.73 g (412½ gr)
  • Diameter: 38.1 mm (1.5 in)
  • Thickness: 2.4 mm (0.09 in)
  • Edge: Reeded
  • Composition: 90.0% Silver, 10.0% Copper
  • Years of minting: 1878-1904, 1921, 2021

 

Morgan Dollar design

The Morgan dollar was a United States dollar coin minted from 1878 to 1904, and in 1921.

The Morgan Dollar is named after its designer, United States Mint Assistant Engraver George T. Morgan.

The obverse depicts a profile portrait representing Liberty, modeled by Anna Willess Williams, while the reverse depicts an eagle with wings outstretched.

Morgan Dollar designations

A brilliant uncirculated Morgan Dollar can receive one of three designations;

  • MS ( typical business strike)
  • PL (business strike with proof like qualities)
  • DMPL (business strike with deep mirror proof like qualities)

Morgan Dollar Mint marks

The mint mark, if present, appears on the reverse, below the ribbon to the south (bottom) of the coin which is above the “o” in “Dollar”.

  • None (Philadelphia mint)
  • CC – (Carson City mint)
  • S – (San Francisco mint)
  • O – (New Orleans mint)
  • D – (Denver mint)

 

Not a big Fan of Morgan Dollars? Why not check out our Lincoln Cents for Sale in the Lincoln Cent Category.

Our pricing structure follows the Consumer Price Guide which is produced by the publisher of the Greysheet

Please consider the use of the Consumer Price guide as the value guide for coins. It follows the dealer grey sheet in pricing and it is from the same company.

With multiple price guides, conflict with pricing, and updates of price guides, the Consumer Price Guide from Coin Dealer Newsletter seems the logical choice.

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