Exactly what I was looking for, fits perfectly with my collection. So much history.
Well, al410, looks like you were concerned about nothing. Most all dealers are as honest as the day is long. They have to be to stay in business and also they love coins and the collecting crowd just as much as you do. By the way.......nice Morgan!
Nice honest example of a great date, cool
11.5$ Southern Dollars, The little “Big Easy” set
That one looks like the Silver Dollars that were in circulation when I was a kid. All the old ranchers used them. From Southern California, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming. They were "Hard Money." I still have several that I earned working the beeves. Good memories.
Nice original VG10. I've always been pleased with my purchases from them.
This is a wholesome coin rich in texture and history. What is not to like?
I like to use all the wisdom and experience this forum has to offer so before doing business with a company I was not familiar with I inquired here. I know for many on the forum this may not be a big purchase but for me it was, so thanks for the info.
Nice looking coin with that grey color. Congrats!
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That coin reminds me of a Silver Dollar story.......I was 9 years old. My Dad and I were were on "business" trip. A 1954 Chevy pickup pulling a trailer. Going from Southern California to who knows where. Anyway, we stopped for the night in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. I remember the cost of the motel was $6. Some kid carried in a suitcase to the room. My Dad gave him a tip. Once the kid left the room my Dad said, "Oh, GAWD! I gave him a buck..I thought it was a half dollar!" He was so upset. Anyway, that motel is still there and its right down the street from the Silver Dollar Bar. Everytime now when I go to that neighborhood I take The Lovely Mrs. Hydrant into that establishment and buy a round or two. And I think back to that day when my old man said, "Oh, GAWD!" and I think of that long ago Silver Dollar. I miss him. GAWD do I miss him!
Nice, circulated, original, problem-free example of a legendary, scarce date and mintmark combo.
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It would be a large purchase to me, but I would have had no concern with them at all.
Congrats on a nice coin with history that shows.
There’s some real history in that piece.👍
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Nice problem free CC Morgan, I like it!
How could you dislike a "CC" Morgan.
Kennedys are my quest...
I've purchased gold from them. No problems.
Very nice old CC Morgan... Scarce date as well... I have heard other good reports on Northern Nevada Coin... Good to promote such things here on the forum. Cheers, RickO
I love the look of that Morgan! Great pickup!
First time I looked at this thread I was wondering why somebody bought a 90-CC in VG in a slab for some reason. No idea what was going on in my head at that moment.
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Thats a great coin wow doesnt get more wholesome then that!! Northern is one of my favorite dealers by far!!
Back in 1968 I bought 600 unsearched Silver Dollars for $1.75 each. There were 2 1889-CC in the lot that looked like that!
Nice original piece.
Cool grade, I'm sure you'll have that for a while