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1881-S $1 PCGS MS63 Monster Rainbow Toned Morgan - Forest Fire


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1881-S $1 PCGS MS63 Monster Rainbow Toned Morgan - Forest Fire

On the obverse, a vibrant sunny-gold is encircled and highlighted by vivid magenta which blends into the deepest royal blue you''ve ever seen. That fabulous blue flows into a massive spread of emerald green laced with hues of the aforementioned beautiful royal blue. This chromatic spectrum is melted over dripping lustrous surfaces. Oooh, can you tell I love this coin? It''s a hard one to let go via auction but I am confident it will perform very well.

Rarely have I come across a toned morgan that had everything I was looking for in a screaming monster of a coin and still be in an affordable enough grade where I didn''t have to pawn off family heirlooms to purchase it. This coin features absolutely stunning surfaces, both luster and color-wise. Additionally, when PCGS called this one a 63, the dart they were using must have been thrown by the cafeteria lady because it should be at least an MS64. Yeah, I know, ownership adds a point, blah blah blah. You''ll see what I''m talking about when you hold this puppy in-hand. Heck, you''ve got a 7-day no questions asked return policy.

If you like the coin, I suggest you take this risk-less opportunity to be the high-bidder. If you don''t like it, just send it back and PRESTO, I refund your money. You know, I shouldn''t even be wasting time talking about anyone, anywhere, not liking this coin. Like I said before, she''s got everything! The color is powerful and vibrant across the intensely lustrous and distraction free surfaces.

You know how HARD it is to find anything more than a teeny-tiny band of bluish-green on a Toned Morgan? Have you ever spent hours admiring a tiny little band of green with touches of blue on your toned Morgans knowing somewhere, out-there, in that big world of Numismatics, there has to be one with a huge wave of that natural spectrum of bluish-green on it? Yeah, you know what I''m talking about. It''s that salivatory color. It''s that glowing, intense shade of greenish-blue. When it is spread over such a vast area of the obverse, it is a VERY rare occurance and it is jaw-droppingly beautiful.

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