1883-CC Silver Morgan Dollar PCGS MS65


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1883 Carson City Morgan Dollar

Morgan dollars from the Carson City Mint have a special place among collectors. Compared to other Morgan silver dollars, those bearing the Carson City mintmark tend to be harder to find. Also, a number of them never made it into circulation and were preserved in government storage until they were rediscovered and sold to the public.

PCGS MS65 1883 Carson City Morgan Silver Dollar

As collectors of Morgan dollars know, MS65 is a tipping point for this coin. At this grade and higher is where the values really rise. This coin received the grade of MS65 from PCGS. This coin is a great example of mint state, and there is another very important aspect of this coin being graded by PCGS. Before a coin is graded by PCGS, it is checked for authenticity. Since this coin has been graded by PCGS, it is guaranteed authentic and the grade is accurate.

1883-CC Morgan Design

Both sides of this silver dollar were designed by George T. Morgan and that is where this coin gets its name from. George T. Morgan used a real woman to create this is a depiction of Liberty.

The front of the Morgan dollar shows a side profile of Liberty. Her hair is very detailed and this is one of the main areas checked for wear during grading. Other than the word “LIBERTY,” the other inscriptions form a border around Liberty along with 13 stars. These inscriptions read “E PLURIBUS UNUM” and “1883.”

The reverse of the 1883-CC Morgan shows a bald eagle with its wings stretched out. Below the eagle is a wreath, and below the wreath is the Carson City mintmark. The words “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and “ONE DOLLAR” are also found on this side.

Add a spectacular coin to your collection today with this PCGS MS65 1883 Carson City Morgan dollar.

Additional information


U.S. Mint





Country of Manufacture

United States (US)



Edge Design




Metal Type


Mint Mark

Carson City

Reverse Designer

George T. Morgan



Strike Type

Mint state