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1880-CC $1 Morgan Silver Dollar, Rev '78 NGC (Green Label) MS64 - Vam-7, HITLIST-40


NGC has graded 1 of this VAM variety as MS64 in its Green Label holder.


The below is taken directly from the VAMWorld 2.0 website.

Discovered by Ted Clark, October 1970. Reverse discovered by Howard Newcomb, February 1913.

This coin is a Hit List 40 Morgan VAM.

7 III2 6 ∙ B2a (8/7 Dash)

Obverse III2 6 – 8 repunched over 7. A short ear shows at the left at top of the second 8. Bottom of stem shows as low dash below 8. Bottom loop of 8 shows two diagonal polishing lines and die chips on the right side and top. The 0 shows no part of the 9 but has a slight bulge on outside at 10 o'clock. First 8 is doubled at top inside of lower loop and has die chips inside upper loop.

Reverse B2a – Normal die of B2 type with centered small II CC mint mark and parallel arrow feathers.


This obverse die was used on 1880-CC VAM-7 & 1880-CC VAM 7-A, then polished down & reused on 1880-CC VAM-8 and 1880-CC VAM-9.

More Information
PCGS # 134049
Grading Service NGC
Year of Issue 1880
Grade MS64
Denom Type Morgan Dollar
Numeric Denomination S$1
Mint Location Carson City
Designation NONE
Circ/UnCirc Uncirculated
Strike Type Business
Holder Variety VAM-7, Reverse of 1878. A HIT LIST-40 coin.
Grade Add On NONE
Holder Type NGC Green Label

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