This month’s featured set belongs to pso.
This month, we fly from the UK across the big pond and head home to the U.S. In celebration of the 100th anniversary of the transition from Morgan to Peace dollars, the release of the much-anticipated 2021 Morgan dollar issues has begun. The available inventory at the U.S. Mint for both the New Orleans and Carson City coins was sold in just minutes. These new coins pay tribute to their historic predecessors, and this month we feature an impressive GSA Hard Pack Holders Basic Set, Carson City Morgan Dollars, by pso.
Pso began building this set in 2018, and with carefully planned upgrades, he now sits in second place out of 326 set participants! He has taken the time to write a personal set description and has included images for all 11 coins, including four Top Pop NGC-certified coins, such as this striking 1884-CC Morgan dollar graded NGC MS-67★ DPL, below.
Be sure to check out his gallery, as it is filled with many NGC high-grade examples of one of the most popular coin series in the NGC Registry and in U.S. history. Thank you for sharing your passion for your CC Morgans, pso. We are excited to see what updates you will present to us next!
Get your sets ready for the 2021 NGC Registry Awards. The NGC Registry is a free online platform where collectors register and display their certified coins and can compete against other collectors around the world for recognition and prizes. This popular resource now boasts over 23,000 users, 208,000+ registered sets and over 1.3 million registered coins. In January of 2021, the NGC Registry awarded more than $25,000 in prizes.
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