Carson City Morgan Dollars Site Map

  • About the GSA Hoard
    An extremely important aspect of collecting or studying Carson City Morgan Dollars is the make up of the hoard of silver dollars distributed by the General Services Administration (GSA) during the period from 1972 to 1980.

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  • 1878-CC
    The 1878-CC Morgan Dollar represented the first year of the series struck at the Carson City Mint. The mintage was 2,212,000, which is among the highest figures for a silver dollar with the "CC" mint mark.
  • 1879-CC
    Representing the second year of the series, the 1879-CC Morgan Dollar had a mintage of 756,000. Only a very small number of these were preserved within the GSA silver dollar hoard.
  • 1880-CC
    The 1880-CC Morgan Dollar had a fairly substantial representation within the GSA Silver Dollar hoard distributed in the 1970's and 1980. This included various identifiable varieties.
  • 1881-CC
    The 1881-CC Morgan Dollar had a very low original mintage of 296,000 coins, however a large proportion of this was held back in Treasury vaults and later released in a massive sale conducted by the General Services Administration.
  • 1882-CC
    Similar to some other Carson City Morgan Dollars, the 1882-CC had a substantial portion of the mintage held back in Treasury vaults. Ultimately more than 600,000 of the original mintage of 1,133,000 was sold through mail bid sales conducted by the GSA.
  • 1883-CC
    The 1883-CC Morgan Dollar had an original mintage of 1,204,000 coins struck at the historic Carson City Mint. More than half of this amount was stored in Treasury vaults and distributed decades later within mail bid sales conducted by the General Services
  • 1884-CC
    The 1884-CC Morgan Dollar was the most abundant issue within the silver dollar hoard distributed by the GSA in the 1970's. There were 962,638 coins out of the original mintage of 1,136,000. This results in broad availability of the issue in uncirculated g
  • 1885-CC
    The 1885-CC Morgan Dollar is the lowest mintage issue of the series struck at the Carson City Mint. It is prevented from being a rarity due to the large number of examples which were preserved for future generations within Treasury vaults.
  • 1889-CC
    The 1889-CC Morgan Dollar is well known as one of the key dates of the series. It carries a premium across all grade levels from well circulated to uncirculated. The mintage for the issue was 350,000 pieces, but more importantly quantities of the issue ne
  • 1890-CC
    The Carson City Mint continued to produce silver dollars within the Morgan Dollar series. The 1890-CC had a mintage of 2,309,041 pieces. Only a small number was included in the famous GSA hoard distributed to collectors in the 1970's
  • 1891-CC
    The 1891-CC Morgan Dollar had an original mintage of 1,618,000 pieces struck at the historic Carson City Mint. Find a selection of PCGS & NGC graded or GSA holdered coins available for sale below.
  • 1892-CC
    The 1892-CC Morgan Dollar had a fairly high original mintage of 1,352,000 pieces. This is higher than most other Carson City Morgan Dollar, but the issue remains somewhat scarce since no hoards ever surfaced.
  • 1893-CC
    The 1893-CC Morgan Dollar represented the final silver dollar struck at the historic Carson City Mint. This represents an important part of history and also remains a scarcer issue since relatively little of the original mintage survived for future genera