2 Common date Morgans w/the 85S being a better date, with some toning that has progressed quite a bit, probably due to the underlaying felt or cloth and the sulfur content of the wood holder.
The reverse toning may not be that desirable. I worry that the coins have suffered environmental damage from the holder and atmosphere.
1880-O is very rarely found in PL so if it straight grades out as an PL Unc it would bring decent money. But from the pictures none of the coins show reflective contrast which is the basis for PL.
Depending on how well they look out of the holder, the other 2 might bring a premium, especially the 85S, but grading is not possible here from these pictures.
PS. Every Morgan is a VAM
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