Collectors Chair: What is a Cull Dollar?
Today we are standing for another edition of The Collectors Chair. Over the years we have had to answer the question “What is a Cull Dollar?” many times. We decided to break down the answer in this blog. We focus today’s segment on what makes a Morgan and or Peace Dollar a Cull Dollar. In this short video, we show examples of what it takes for a coin to get put into our Cull Dollars.
There are many reasons why people like to get Cull dollars rather than AU or BU coins. The main one being is that the customer is looking for a low premium US Minted Silver Coin that is Pre 1933. When looking for pre-1933 USA Silver at a low premium, the Morgan and Peace Dollar Culls are a great choice. We offer our Cull Dollars in a few different options.
What is a Cull Dollar? What Culls Does The Phoenix Gold Offer?
- These tend to be closer to full weight than earlier year morgans culls come.
- For the most part, these come cleaned, scratched, brushed, or have minor damage. But rarely extremely warn examples.
- The 1921 Morgan Cull is our cheapest Morgan Dollar we offer
- Our lowest premium coin we offer in the Morgan and Peace Dollar series
- Minted from 1921 to 1935 these are less warn and circulated than the morgans
- Generally, come in higher average grade with cosmetic damage than heavily warn.
- All of these coins are well over 100 years old.
- Even though many come heavily warn, they all have readable dates.
- This is our lowest premium pre-1921 Silver Morgan Dollar.
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