After lying unnoticed in a U.S. Treasury vault for over 60 years, a hoard of Uncirculated Carson City Morgan silver dollars was discovered during an inventory audit. The General Services Administration (GSA) branch of the government sealed the coins in special holders for sale to the public. In the final sale in 1980, the GSA received 200,000 more orders for these scarce and sought-after silver dollars than they could fill! Only 2% of all Morgans were struck at America’s short-lived frontier mint in Carson City, Nevada, and demand for the century-old “CC” dollars was far greater than expected!
Littleton now offers you scarce “CC” silver dollars, carefully preserved in mint Uncirculated condition for over a century, and still sealed in holders from the U.S. government sale! Here are lustrous issues of the 19th century, including the 1885, which boasts the lowest mintage of all “CC” Morgans. SAVE when you buy this six-coin set!
- Mint Mark: Carson City
- Product Type: Sets
- Grade: Uncirculated