Skip to main content
eBay
  • Daily Deals
  • Sell
  • Customer Support

Promoted item:1880 O MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR ICG AU 58

1880 O MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR ICG AU 58

  • Condition
  • --
  • Time left
  • 1m
  • Sold by
  • 100% Positive Feedback
    The item is listed as a Top Rated Plus item

Items in search results

29d 21h 44m left
$65.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
5m left
$32.01
13 bids
6m left
$40.00
15 bids
28d 23h 27m left
$95.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
11m left
$45.00
9 bids
12m left
$129.95
0 bids
29d 21h 44m left
$55.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
13m left
$34.00
7 bids
Free Shipping
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
13m left
$30.55
9 bids
14m left
$89.10
1 bid
29d 21h 44m left
$55.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
14m left
$30.99
0 bids
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
15m left
$43.99
20 bids
Free Shipping
29d 21h 44m left
$65.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
16m left
$29.00
6 bids
17m left
$169.99
2 bids
Free Shipping
28d 23h 36m left
$100.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
18m left
$54.99
15 bids
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
20m left
$64.00
11 bids
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
22m left
$27.00
4 bids
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
16d 13h 39m left
$68.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
24m left
$31.01
11 bids
Free Shipping
25m left
$32.53
26 bids
Free Shipping
us silver dollar
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
2d 21h 33m left
$48.00
Buy It Now
Free Shipping
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
25m left
$62.00
17 bids
25m left
$56.78
1 bid
29d 15h 47m left
$333.00
Buy It Now
or Best Offer
Free Shipping
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
27m left
$39.75
9 bids
This item is being sold by eBay Top rated seller.
29m left
$35.59
7 bids
Free Shipping

About Morgan Dollars

Over 500 hundred million Morgan silver dollars were minted in the US between 1878 and 1904 in Philadelphia, New Orleans, San Francisco, and Carson City, Nevada. Production was suspended until 1921, when another 86 million Morgan dollars were produced in Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Denver. 1921 was the last year the Morgan was minted, as it was replaced in that year by the Peace dollar. Hundreds of millions of Morgan dollars were melted over the years for their silver content by both the government and private refiners. Those that remain tend to be in relatively good condition because the Morgan dollar didn't see much daily use in American commerce, except in the West. Key dates in the Morgan series include 1879-CC, 1884-S, 1889-CC, 1892-S, 1893-S, 1895, and 1895-O. Interest in Morgan dollars as a collectible coin took off in the 1960s. They remain some of the most popular collectible coins on the market. Many collectors of Morgan dollars focus on building sets. There are 96 date and mint combinations in a complete set of Morgan dollars. Rare date Morgans can cost thousands of dollars, but most collectors start with relatively low cost coins from more common dates, and build their collections slowly. In the current market, Morgans hold their value well. Popular demand for these silver dollars makes them more desirable to collectors than rarer, but less well-known, coins.