1887-O Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-65 PL (PCGS). CAC. OGH. Intense reflectivity in the fields shines through an overlay of subtle silver iridescence. Appreciable cameo contrast and bold to sharp striking detail also add to the appeal. Thanks to the dispersal from federal storage of numerous mint-sealed bags beginning in the late 1930s, the 1887-O was one of the more available New Orleans Mint Morgan dollars in Mint State even prior to the Treasury Department releases of the early to mid 1960s. Additional examples entered collectors hands from 1962 through 1964 and, today, this issue is readily obtainable in grades up to and including MS-64. Gems in MS-65 are surprisingly scarce, however, and with a prooflike finish, as here, such coins are rare. In addition, most Mint State coins are poorly struck, heavily abraded and/or lackluster in appearance. This lovely Gem is a significant find for the discerning Morgan dollar enthusiast or Registry Set player. From the Larry H. Miller Collection. From the Larry H. Miller Collection.