1883-CC Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-67 (NGC). CAC. Brilliant surfaces are intensely lustrous with razor sharp striking detail from the rims to the centers. The Carson City Mint struck 1,204,000 silver dollars in 1883. Although several 1,000-coin bags were released from federal holdings from the late 1930s to the early 1960s, 755,518 examples were not distributed until the General Service Administration (GSA) sales of the 1970s. Due to this large distribution, the 1883-CC is one of the most available Morgan dollars in Mint State. Most examples acquired enough abrasions to grade no finer than MS-64, although MS-65 and MS-66 coins are certainly obtainable. Above that level the 1883-CC is conditionally rare. The great popularity of Carson City coinage must also be taken into account. The coin offered here will please even the most discerning collector. From the Larry H. Miller Collection. From the Larry H. Miller Collection.