Over all, the series has been extremely under-valued for years. Market prices are no where near the previous design, despite much lower examples in the mid to upper grades comparative. To pick up that lowest mintage 1928 for $306 was a very good deal. Compared with a similar mintage, the 1899 cc is around $3,000 in the same grade. PCGS
shows 332 of the 1889 cc in AU50 and 281 of the 1928. The reason, of course, being popularity of each series. So as you've mentioned, the 2021 release increased popularity. Will that hold in the long term? Only time will tell. Personally? I think the Morgan series will rise as well to keep pace and separation of value.
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Edited by Ballyhoo
06/12/2021 3:21 pm