NGC Exhibits the Moser #1 Morgan Silver Dollar Registry Set at the 2011 ANA World’s Fair of Money

Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) ( www.NGCcoin.com) will host numismatic exhibits at its booth during the 2011 ANA World’s Fair of Money in Chicago. The largest NGC exhibit is the M L Moser Collection of Morgan Silver Dollars, the #1 ranked set of Morgan Silver Dollars in the NGC Registry. A preview of the exhibit can now be seen online in the NGC Registry.

1893 s 1 moser NGC Exhibits the Moser #1 Morgan Silver Dollar Registry Set at the 2011 ANA World’s Fair of MoneyComprising 105 pieces in all, the ML Moser Collection is complete by date and mint. Each coin is a high-grade example of its issue, and all are certified by NGC with the Moser Pedigree. Mr. Moser, a lifelong collector from the Midwest, believes that one way the challenge of building this set can be understood is to look at figures in the NGC Census. Of the 105 coins, 13 pieces are singularly the finest certified; they are population one with none higher. Looking deeper, 61 coins are either the single finest known or tied with other coins for the highest grade certified. Perhaps this last statistic is most telling: of the 105 coins in the set, 96 coins (91%) are either finest known, tied for finest known, or bettered by only 10 or fewer coins.

Although there are many remarkable coins in the collection, one rarity is the 1879-CC dollar certified NGC MS 65. This variety, with a normal mintmark, is actually more rare than the popular “Capped CC” variety. Another special mention is a San Francisco Mint silver dollar dated 1881-S. Although abundant, this coin is the single finest certified piece, graded MS 68 .

A couple of the highlights from this important set are also pedigreed to a famous collection of the past. Louis E. Eliasberg, Sr. assembled the only complete set of United States coins ever formed, and his name still commands respect among numismatists. Former Eliasberg coins in the Moser Collection include 1887-S (MS 67) and 1888-O (MS 67), both singularly the finest pieces certified.

Among the highlights of the display will be these coins:
1879-CC Morgan dollar, MS 65 NGC
1880 8/7-CC VAM-5 overdate, MS 67 NGC
1881-S Morgan dollar, MS 68 NGC
1881-CC Morgan dollar, MS 68 NGC
1884-S Morgan dollar, MS 63 NGC
1885-S Morgan dollar, MS 66 NGC
1892-S Morgan dollar, AU 55 NGC
1893-S Morgan dollar, AU 53 NGC
1895-S Morgan dollar, MS 66 NGC

NGC may be contacted by writing to P.O. Box 4776, Sarasota, FL 34230 or by calling toll-free at 800-NGC-COIN (642-2646). NGC’s email address is Service@NGCcoin.com.

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NGC was founded in 1987, and for coin grading, its opening heralded the introduction of a new standard of integrity. From the beginning NGC focused on only one objective, a standard of consistent and accurate grading. As NGC has grown to become the leader in third-party grading services, we have maintained a steadfast and uncompromising commitment to this standard. The knowledge, integrity and dedication of NGC's team of grading experts ensures you a level of grading consistency unparalleled among grading services. This record of consistency, built over the years, has helped to foster greater stability throughout the rare coin marketplace.

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