John Dirnbauer Rare Coins and Collectibles


Updated on Monday, December 1st, 2014.

       Very Special Prices on three Very Special Coins:


*1893 CC Morgan Dollar. PCGS MS-64. Flashy blast white luster and a great strike on this near-gem scarce date dollar. The Carson City Mint had a short 23 year span of operation with 1893 being the final year. 667,000 CC dollar coins were minted during this final year of production and most saw heavy circulation. The majority of the surviving mint state specimens were poorly struck and/ or heavily bag marked. Only 12 coins have graded numerically higher at PCGS. Ex JMD Collection. $18,500.

*1893 S Morgan dollar, NGC AU-58. This outstanding coin features steel-gray surfaces with deeper charcoal highlights in the protected areas. It was lightly circulated yet shows very few marks. Dreams are made of coins that look like this one. This issue represents the lowest regular mintage (100,000) in the series. Most numismatists would agree that the 1893 S is the most important key coin in the Morgan dollar series.
Ex JMD Collection.     $42,500.

*1894 Morgan Dollar, PCGS MS64+, CAC. This coin possesses beautiful cream-white luster and a razor-sharp full strike. There are very few marks on a coin that must have just barely missed a Gem grade from PCGS. The 110,000 mintage is the second lowest business strike just behind the 1893 S Morgan Dollar. Ex JMD Collection (my personal collection.) $20,750.


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