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1 Morgan dollar 1893 s

nik90nik90 Posts: 14
edited January 17, 2024 5:57PM in U.S. Coin Forum

Hi
I have found a rare Morgan series 1 1893s dollar
I have two coins
I am a small collector of coins.
Intrasting me what is your opinion for this coint?
Regards

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  • nik90nik90 Posts: 14
    edited January 17, 2024 5:58PM

    Onother one is in mint condition

  • Manifest_DestinyManifest_Destiny Posts: 3,010 ✭✭✭✭✭

  • nik90nik90 Posts: 14
    edited January 17, 2024 5:58PM

    Position of s mark

  • PerryHallPerryHall Posts: 45,198 ✭✭✭✭✭

    PCGS Coin Facts shows specific die markers for the 1893-S S$1. If these markers aren't on your coin, you can be sure that it's fake.

    Worry is the interest you pay on a debt you may not owe.

  • MarkKelleyMarkKelley Posts: 1,740 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Firstly, it's "coins", not "coints". Secondly, these are forgeries.

  • GreenstangGreenstang Posts: 717 ✭✭✭✭
    edited January 10, 2024 10:12AM

    Both the 1893’s are counterfeit.
    My question would be, if these Morgan’s were genuine, why is a coin that
    could be worth 5 figures not certified

  • nik90nik90 Posts: 14
    edited January 17, 2024 5:59PM

    Hard to be a truth,thanks

  • nik90nik90 Posts: 14
    edited January 17, 2024 6:00PM

    Pm

  • nik90nik90 Posts: 14
    edited January 17, 2024 6:00PM

    Pm

  • Manifest_DestinyManifest_Destiny Posts: 3,010 ✭✭✭✭✭

    It's still fake. But you already know that.

  • slider23slider23 Posts: 634 ✭✭✭✭
    edited January 10, 2024 11:15AM

    All three coins are fakes. The 79 CC has a know fake reverse.

    The 93S had only one obverse die. Below is the correct position of the date. There are a number of other issues on both 93 S besides the date position.

    OP Fakes Below

    I want to say welcome and sorry that your coins are counterfeits.

  • GreenstangGreenstang Posts: 717 ✭✭✭✭

    Showing more pictures of the same Morgan’s is not going to change anybody’s mind,
    they are still counterfeits. Also as previously stated, they are coins, not coints.

  • nik90nik90 Posts: 14
    edited January 17, 2024 6:02PM

    Thanks for discussing... I resolve the problem with the year position and s mark
    Thanks

  • goldengolden Posts: 8,961 ✭✭✭✭✭

    All fakes.

  • DennisHDennisH Posts: 13,959 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Fake.
    Fake.
    Fake,

    When in doubt, don't.
  • vplite99vplite99 Posts: 1,172 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Coins should have been stamped "COPY".

    Vplite99
  • ajaanajaan Posts: 17,029 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Did anyone mention they are fake?


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  • CCDollarCCDollar Posts: 717 ✭✭✭✭✭

    Another two minutes of my life I will never get back. Take care...

    CC

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  • RobertScotLoverRobertScotLover Posts: 511 ✭✭✭✭

    Is it just me.
    New member with under 10 posts.
    Thinks his wares are rare (when they are obviously not).
    Only comes here to find out value.
    Is unable to communicate effectively.
    Posts a large number of pics repeatedly in order to change members opinions.
    this seems to happen on a daily basis.
    I hate to throw out the baby with the bath water but too bad we don't have filter

  • IkesTIkesT Posts: 2,359 ✭✭✭✭✭

    TTT

  • burfle23burfle23 Posts: 2,156 ✭✭✭✭✭

    This isn't a craft...

  • Well maybe we should stop helping him/her🤷‍♂️
    @slider23 pointed out his/her errors in the date and mint mark, to which the OP replied “ I resolve the problem with the year position and s mark
    Thanks”
    So it sounds like the next example will have a corrected date and mint mark, and perhaps we should not help him/her with the next obvious flaw. I mean with about 6 open threads on all different counterfeits it sure seems like a phishing expedition to make the fakes more passable. Maybe the time to NOT show off expertise in identifying all the things to fix to trick the less knowledgeable.

  • IkesTIkesT Posts: 2,359 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @Extremeengineer said:
    Well maybe we should stop helping him/her🤷‍♂️
    @slider23 pointed out his/her errors in the date and mint mark, to which the OP replied “ I resolve the problem with the year position and s mark
    Thanks”
    So it sounds like the next example will have a corrected date and mint mark, and perhaps we should not help him/her with the next obvious flaw. I mean with about 6 open threads on all different counterfeits it sure seems like a phishing expedition to make the fakes more passable. Maybe the time to NOT show off expertise in identifying all the things to fix to trick the less knowledgeable.

    I don't take Crypto's post literally (that we are actually helping counterfeiters to improve), but rather that it's not clear what the OP's intentions are. Realistically, whoever made the OP's crude counterfeits is not going to start making sophisticated counterfeits, regardless of what we say about them.

  • slider23slider23 Posts: 634 ✭✭✭✭
    edited February 6, 2024 7:55AM

    The OP is most likely someone who has purchased or acquired some counterfeits. I post counterfeit information to educate the novice collector form buying counterfeits. The fact that there was only one obverse die used and only one date position on the 1893 S is not obscure information to find. I also noted that there were other issues on both coins, but the OP never asked about the other issues, so it appears he is not searching for information on what is wrong with his product. The OP currently has a thread about a 1895 O Morgan that is a $1.30 Chinese counterfeit.

  • lcoopielcoopie Posts: 8,665 ✭✭✭✭✭

    @ifthevamzarockin said:
    How did I know it was going to be counterfeit before I opened the thread? :D

    Common cents.

    LCoopie = Les

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