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1893-CC USA, Morgan Dollar, Carson City Mint

1893-CC United States, Morgan Dollar


A circulated cartwheel from the scarcer and always popular Carson City mint. Cotton bolls, leaves and wheat ears are worn but distinct. Feathers are weak but just about visible on eagle's head, and tips of wings are weak but most wing feathers are distinct. I would grade this coin Fine (Sheldon VF20), but I also note that it has been encapsulated and graded VF20 by PCI. Whilst PCI are considered by many to be a "third tier" grading company, I think the grade they have assigned this coin is in line with the "big two". I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£318.95
1842 United States Seated Dollar

1842 (Philadelphia) Seated Dollar


An early circulated example of this popular large silver type coin. Worn but reasonably well detailed, we note obverse and reverse graffiti which is somewhat masked by the slate grey toning. I would grade this coin About Fine (Sheldon F15 details) but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


For uncertified coins I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£192.95
1884 USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1884 (Philadelphia) Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful Philly cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed the attractive amber, russet and burgundy toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Choice Uncirculated (Sheldon MS64), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£159.95
1888-O USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1888-O Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful New Orleans cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed the attractive rainbow toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Uncirculated (Sheldon MS63), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£124.95
1900 USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1900 (Philadelphia) Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful Philly cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed the attractive amber, russet and burgundy toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Choice Uncirculated (Sheldon MS64), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£124.95
1899-O USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1899-O Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful New Orleans cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed the light peripheral rainbow toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Choice Uncirculated (Sheldon MS64), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£119.95
1900-O USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1900-O Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful New Orleans cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed a trace of the peripheral rainbow toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Choice Uncirculated (Sheldon MS64), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£119.95
1885-O USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1885-O Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful New Orleans cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed the attractive amber, russet and burgundy toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Choice Uncirculated (Sheldon MS64), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£115.95
1888 USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1888 (Philadelphia) Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful Philly cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed the attractive rainbow toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Uncirculated (Sheldon MS63), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£115.95
1898-O USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1898-O Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful New Orleans cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed the attractive russet, burgundy and cobalt toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Uncirculated (Sheldon MS63), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£115.95
1898 USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1898 (Philadelphia) Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful Philly cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed the attractive amber, russet and burgundy toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Uncirculated (Sheldon MS63), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£112.95
1901-O USA, Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder, Lustrous & Toned Uncirculated

1901-O Morgan Dollar, Paramount Red Holder


A beautiful New Orleans cartwheel presented in a desirable Paramount International Coin Corp red holder. Although this coin is not pedigreed to the Redfield Hoard, Paramount encapsulated the Redfield and non-Redfield coins around the same time in the late 1970's. Well struck and lustrous, this coin has developed the light peripheral rainbow toning for which the Paramount holders are well known. Paramount used black inserts for MS60 (uncirculated), red for MS65 (gem uncirculated) and green for better than MS65, so at the time this coin was encapsulated they considered it to be a gem uncirculated coin. Of course, that was before intermediate numerical grades were popularised by NGC/PCGS etc. I would grade this coin Choice Uncirculated (Sheldon MS64), but I have provided high-resolution close up photos so you can decide on a grade for yourself. 


I provide a grading opinion using both the UK descriptive system and the Sheldon scale (based on ANA Grading Standards and/or PCGS Photograde) which will be better known to my US customers. I offer a grading opinion as a courtesy, but please examine the high resolution close up photos carefully and decide on a grade for yourself. 


£112.95
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