1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar

1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar

The 1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar had a total mintage of 1,133,000, which was the largest production of the coin at the Carson City Mint since 1878. The Carson City Morgan Silver Dollars are highly sought after, typically because of their lower mintage compared to the other Mints of the same years. These Morgan Silver Dollars were designed by George T. Morgan, and are a popular series for collectors because of the beautiful design on both sides of the coin, as well as their encapsulation of a moment in history. 

History of the 1882-CC Morgan Dollar

The 1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar are typically well-struck with a gorgeous frosty, deep luster. Circulated pieces of the 1882-CC Morgan Dollar aren’t typically seen that often, but are easy enough to find in Mint State since many of these bags were available and sold off in the early 1960s and 1970s. The Morgan Silver Dollar has Lady Liberty’s face surrounded by 13 stars on the obverse side, and the American Bald Eagle with its wings spread out grasping an olive branch and arrows in its talons on the reverse. 

1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar Value

The 1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar Value ranges from a few hundred dollars to upwards of tens of thousands of dollars for higher grades. The Morgan Dollar series is valuable among collectors and the 1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar worth is dependent on the grade and overall attractiveness of the coin. 


Type of coin: Silver Dollar

Year: 1882-CC Morgan Silver Dollar 

Morgan Silver Dollar Mint Mark: Carson City

Total mintage: 1,133,000

Metal content: 90% Silver, 10% Copper

Face value: One dollar

Weight: 26.73 grams

Edge: Reeded

Designer: George T. Morgan

Diameter: 38.10 millimeters