The Morgan silver dollar is an iconic American coin that gets its name from its designer, George T. Morgan. The coin has several minting periods, including 1878 to 1904, and again in 1921. Among the most cherished Morgan dollars are those struck at the Carson City Mint during the late 1800s. In this listing, you will find one of those treasured Carson City coins that have also been professionally graded by PCGS. Provident Metals now has 1882-CC Morgan Dollar Silver Coins available to you for purchase online.
When you purchase the 1882-CC Morgan Dollar Coin in this Provident Metals listing online, you will receive a true piece of American history. These coins were struck at the legendary Carson City Mint, which is confirmed by their mintmark as well as on the label from PCGS. This label, which is encased in the coins plastic protective slab, also includes the coins grade of Mint State 65.
Lady Liberty is shown on the obverse of 1882-CC Morgan Dollars. In this design, we see Liberty facing left with a Phrygian cap and a crown of cotton and wheat upon her head. Her face is based on the profile image of a woman from Philadelphia named Anna Willess Williams. You will find inscriptions also on the obverse reading E PLURIBUS UNUM, 1882.
A heraldic eagle design is found on the reverse of 1882-CC Morgan Dollar Silver Coins. In this image, we see the eagle with its wings spread wide as it clutches arrows and an olive branch in its talons. Inscriptions on the reverse face read UNITED STATES OF AMERICA, IN GOD WE TRUST, ONE DOLLAR. You will also see the Carson City mintmark on the reverse.
The Carson City Mint was designed by architect Alfred B. Mullett and consisted of an impressive Renaissance Revival sandstone structure. In 1870, a Seated Liberty Dollar became the first coin struck at Carson City. To designate this fact, that coin and all others produced there received a CC mintmark just below the heraldic eagle on the reverse field. Minting operations ceased at Carson City in 1893, and by 1899 the mint formally closed its doors. Today, the structure still stands and is home to the Nevada State Museum.
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|Mint Mark||CC - Carson City|
|Designer (Obverse)||George T. Morgan|
|Designer (Reverse)||George T. Morgan|
|Product Series||Morgan Silver Dollar|
|Certificate of Authenticity||No|
|Capsule Size||38 mm|
|Packaging||PCGS Plastic Slab|
|Metal Content||.7734 Troy Ounce|
|Shipping||Orders over $199 Ship Free|
|Packaging Dimensions||3.3 x 2.4 x 0.4|