1884-O Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-66 DMPL (PCGS). CAC. OGH. Brilliant surfaces display bold cameo contrast between highly reflective fields and frosty design elements. The silver dollar is the only denomination produced at the New Orleans Mint in 1884, the mintage amounting to 9,730,000 coins. Although some Mint-sealed bags were paid out from government vaults in earlier decades, most Uncirculated coins in todays market emerged from storage in the Philadelphia Mint beginning in October 1962. Some 10 million examples of the 1883-O, 1884-O and 1885-O were released at that time, and all three issues have been easily available in Mint State ever since. On the other hand, few prooflike examples of the 1884-O are as smooth and attractive as this amazing Gem. An impressive coin that has tremendous appeal for collectors of high grade DMPL Morgan dollars. From the Larry H. Miller Collection. From the Larry H. Miller Collection.