What Does CC Mean on a U. S. Silver Dollar?

Ever wanted to know what the CC on a Solver Dollar stands for? Get up-to-date information and reliable answers to your bullion and precious metals related questions here at ModernCoinMart's Complete Bullion Resource Center.

The “CC” on a U.S. silver dollar stands for “Carson City,” which was the location of a U.S. Mint branch that operated from 1870 to 1893, including a few years hiatus from 1885-1889. During this time, the Carson City mint produced several silver dollars and other coins, which were marked with the “CC” mintmark to indicate their origin.

Today, these coins are highly sought after by collectors due to their relative rarity and historical significance. In particular, the Carson City silver dollars are often referred to as “CC dollars” and are considered an appealing addition to any collection.

Overall, the “CC” on a U.S. silver dollar refers to the Carson City mint and is an important marker of the coin’s history and provenance.

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