1891 Mint Set with Gold

Number of
Required Items
21
Current Finest
Possible Set Rating
67.022
The year 1891 marked the swan song for the Seated Liberty series of silver coins, which had begun in the late 1830s and had defined American coinage design for most of the 19th century. New Orleans struck only 68,000 quarters that year, making it a semi-key issue. Fortunately, none of the 1891 Morgan Dollars are great rarities, though that would change the following year, and until 1897, certain Morgans would be the keys for a high grade mint set. Even though the 1891 Morgans are not show stoppers, another large coin will be – the Double Eagles are the tough ones here! The 1891-P is a low mintage issue (1,390 struck) and commands a low six-figure price in mid-Mint State grades. The 1891-CC is also a challenge, with fewer than 20 Mint State pieces graded by PCGS, and a five figure coin above XF.

Notes: This set has bonuses. Please see the Set Composition for a listing.

All-Time Finest (All Eras)

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted GPA with Top
Pop Bonuses
Set Rating User
1 D. L. Hansen 1891 Mint Set with Gold 2019 UPDATED 100.00% 64.99 65.51 65.51
D.
2 Louis Eliasberg 100.00% 59.40 R 59.40 59.40
3 Goldfinger's 1891 Mint Set 2012 90.48% 59.63 R 59.63 46.28
4 Harvey's 1891 Mint Set 71.43% 61.18 61.18 34.70
5 Bear Creek Collection 19.05% 63.20 63.20 14.15

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Current Finest

Rank Set Name % Complete GPA Weighted GPA with Top
Pop Bonuses
Set Rating User
1 D. L. Hansen 1891 Mint Set with Gold 2019 UPDATED 100.00% 64.99 65.51 65.51
D.
2 Harvey's 1891 Mint Set 71.43% 61.18 61.18 34.70
3 Bear Creek Collection 19.05% 63.20 63.20 14.15
4 Hansin Collection 1891 Mint Set w/Gold 19.05% 64.57 64.57 13.49
5 Numerius Negidius 4.76% 35.00 35.00 00.52