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1882-CC $1 MS66 PCGS # 7134

Classic rainbow bag toning graces the obverse of this Carson City dollar. Whereas album toned coins follow the thin-film interference color progressoin radially from the centers outwards, bag-toned Morgans often exhibit a somewhat linear trajectory ...

1882-O $1 MS65 PCGS # 7136

The last of the early New Orleans issues less commonly seen with toning, this coin features rich toning with an interesting thin pink line that traverses the obverse, perhaps caused by a rubber band during years of storage; from Mike DeFalco (Numisma...

1882-O $1 MS65 PCGS # 7136

The last of the early New Orleans issues less commonly seen with toning, this coin features rich toning with an interesting thin pink line that traverses the obverse, perhaps caused by a rubber band during years of storage; from Mike DeFalco (Numisma...

1882-S $1 MS67 PCGS # 7140

Featured on the front of the color brochure prepared by PCGS for the display of the Sunnywood Collection, this coin was chosen most often as the favorite in the set by collectors who visited the display. It was once dubbed "The Electric Rainbow Wond...

1882-S $1 MS67 PCGS # 7140

Featured on the front of the color brochure prepared by PCGS for the display of the Sunnywood Collection, this coin was chosen most often as the favorite in the set by collectors who visited the display. It was once dubbed "The Electric Rainbow Wond...

1883 $1 MS66 PCGS # 7142

Another classic banded rainbow toned dollar, this time from the Philadelphia Mint, and uncommon as such. The 1883-P issue can be found with color, but more often one encounters album toning, or lesser rainbow bag toning. An example with full-blown b...
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