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=1885-CC VAM Stats=
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While 1885-CC is one of the lowest mintage Morgan dollars, it is far from being rare, unless you're looking for a circulated specimenThe Treasury still held about 2/3 of the original mintage after the sales in the early 1960s were stopped. Only the [[1885-CC VAM-4|VAM 4]], with a strong "tab" on the bottom of the second 8, is of interest for variety collectors.  Only 4 die pairs have been cataloged, even though 10 were shipped to the mint. Prooflike coins are readily avaialble.
'''1.''' Mintage: 228,000 <br />
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'''2.''' Die Pairs: 20 (Source: Annual Reports of the Director of the Mint) <br />
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{{DateMintStats
'''3.''' [[Die Study Roll Call|Die Study]] completed: No. <br />
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|mintage=228,000
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|pl=1/10 (common)
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|dies=4 pairs
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|study=complete}}
  
= Attribution Guides for The 1885-CC Morgan Dollar =
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= Attribution Guides for 1885-CC =
'''1.''' [[1885-CC Reverses]]<br />
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[[1885-CC Reverses]]<br />
 
=Official VAM Listing=
 
=Official VAM Listing=
 
[[image:New White Camera.jpg]] [[1885-CC VAM-1]] Normal Die<br />
 
[[image:New White Camera.jpg]] [[1885-CC VAM-1]] Normal Die<br />
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= List of Past VAM Assignments =
 
= List of Past VAM Assignments =
 
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= Legend: =
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'''Legend: '''<br/>
 
[[image:New Camera.jpg]] Photos of diagnostics shown on page.<br />
 
[[image:New Camera.jpg]] Photos of diagnostics shown on page.<br />
 
[[image:Lfcp-icon.jpg]] Full-coin photo of VAM. <br />  
 
[[image:Lfcp-icon.jpg]] Full-coin photo of VAM. <br />  
[[image:Full-Coin_CAMERA-REPLACE-PIX.jpg]] Full coin photo, needs to be replaced with better one.<br />
 
 
[[image:VAM-Delisted.jpg]] VAM has been eliminated altogether or phased into another number.<br />
 
[[image:VAM-Delisted.jpg]] VAM has been eliminated altogether or phased into another number.<br />
 
[[image:New White Camera.jpg]] No photos posted for this VAM.<br />
 
[[image:New White Camera.jpg]] No photos posted for this VAM.<br />
 
[[image:pcgsvam.jpg]] This VAM is recognized by PCGS.<br />
 
[[image:pcgsvam.jpg]] This VAM is recognized by PCGS.<br />
 
[[image:ngcvam.jpg]] This VAM is recognized by NGC.<br />
 
[[image:ngcvam.jpg]] This VAM is recognized by NGC.<br />
As '''ANACS''', '''SEGS''', and Variety Slabbing Service ('''VSS''') recognize '''''all''''' VAMs currently in the official listings, no icon is shown for these services.<br />
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As '''ANACS''', '''SEGS''', '''ICG''', and Variety Slabbing Service ('''VSS''') recognize '''''all''''' VAMs currently in the official listings, no icon is shown for these services.<br />

Latest revision as of 14:59, 5 October 2020

While 1885-CC is one of the lowest mintage Morgan dollars, it is far from being rare, unless you're looking for a circulated specimen. The Treasury still held about 2/3 of the original mintage after the sales in the early 1960s were stopped. Only the VAM 4, with a strong "tab" on the bottom of the second 8, is of interest for variety collectors. Only 4 die pairs have been cataloged, even though 10 were shipped to the mint. Prooflike coins are readily avaialble.

Mintage 228,000
Dies Used 4 pairs
Rarity in PL 1/10 (common)
Die Study complete

Attribution Guides for 1885-CC

1885-CC Reverses

Official VAM Listing

New White Camera.jpg 1885-CC VAM-1 Normal Die
New Camera.jpg 1885-CC VAM-2 Dash Under 8 Lfcp-icon.jpg
New Camera.jpg 1885-CC VAM-2A Dash Under 8, Clashed Obverse n Lfcp-icon.jpg
New Camera.jpg 1885-CC VAM-2B Dash Under 8, Clashed Obverse n, Die Break Star Lfcp-icon.jpg
New Camera.jpg 1885-CC VAM-3 CC Tilted Left Lfcp-icon.jpg
New Camera.jpg 1885-CC VAM-4 Doubled Dash (Hot 50 Morgan Vam) Lfcp-icon.jpg

List of Past VAM Assignments



Legend:
New Camera.jpg Photos of diagnostics shown on page.
Lfcp-icon.jpg Full-coin photo of VAM.
VAM-Delisted.jpg VAM has been eliminated altogether or phased into another number.
New White Camera.jpg No photos posted for this VAM.
Pcgsvam.jpg This VAM is recognized by PCGS.
Ngcvam.jpg This VAM is recognized by NGC.
As ANACS, SEGS, ICG, and Variety Slabbing Service (VSS) recognize all VAMs currently in the official listings, no icon is shown for these services.