1891-CC Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-66+ (NGC).Awe-inspiring surfaces are silky smooth in texture with a richly frosty finish from the dies. The strike is sharp, and the eye appeal is outstanding for an example of this conditionally challenging issue. Most 1891-CC dollars were paid out into circulation during the 1890s, continuing to 1910. Historically, the 1891-CC is one of just a few Carson City Mint Morgan dollars that has been readily available ever since the year of issue. However, after 1962-1964, when it was found that few remained in Treasury hands in comparison to the large quantities of CC-mint dollars from the early 1880s, the 1891-CC became scarce in a relative sense. The typical survivor grades no finer than MS-64 and in the finest Mint State grades, as here, the 1891-CC is a formidable condition rarity worthy of inclusion in the finest collection.NGC Census: just 3; with a single MS-67 finer in this category.