MS 66 means the coin is in Mint State, or "uncirculated," condition, slightly better than what used to be referred to as "brilliant uncirculated." This is one factor in determining the value of the coin. There are other important bits of information, though, that are needed before the value can be estimated. The year and mint mark of the coin is of utmost importance. Besides condition, the biggest influence in the value of a coin is its rarity, which isn't always related to its age, but it is related to mintage figures for that year for that specific mint. One year may have had a high mintage and survival rate, while the following year may have had a very low mintage; that usually means the later year will be significantly more valuable, even though the previous year is technically "older." Common dates are worth about $200
A certified 1922 in MS-66 retails at $660.00
A MS-66 1901-O Morgan has a average retail value of about $700.00 for a slabbed (certified) example. A raw coin would be much less.
No known examples exist in MS-67. The value of a certified MS-66 piece is $450,000.00
Average market value is $51.25 in MS-66
It depends on how good uncirculated condition it is in, but the range is from about $200 (in MS-60) to about $2,000 (in MS-66).
125$ if in ms condition
A certified example of the Philadelphia issue 1879 Morgan in MS-66 has a average retail value of $2,750.00
To date no 1928-S Peace dollar has been graded MS-69 by a major grading service, a few MS-66 coins have been certified but none higher. Value for the MS-66 coins is about $40,000.00
$24.00 to $35.00 for MS-60 to MS-63
According to NumisMedia a 1881 US silver dollar in MS-64 uncirculated condition is worth: $144.
According to NumisMedia a 1881 US silver dollar in MS-64 uncirculated condition is worth: $85.
As of 4/12 a 1898 O Morgan silver dollar in MS-65 condition is worth $238.
A certified example has a average retail value of $700.00 in MS-60
MS stands for "mint state," which is a coin grading termand the number 66 is on a scale of 1 to 70. The grade MS-66 means the coin is in nearly flawless condition.
August 2011>> As of August 2011 the value of a 1887 US dollar graded MS-63 is $73.
The intrinsic value of a 1951 Canadian silver dollar would be limited to the value of the silver it contains on the day of sale. However, a 1951 dollar in MS or fine condition can be worth as much as 500 dollars to a collector.
The average retail value of a 1897-S Morgan graded MS-66 is about $1,000.00
Retail prices are: $20.00 for MS-60/ $26.00 MS-63/ $140.00 MS-65
Average market value is $7,000.00 for a certified MS-63 example.
PCGS shows a retail price of about $1300, although that may be a bit on the high side.
A very common Morgan retail value in MS-60 $34.00/ MS-63 $58.00/MS-65 $156.00
As of 02/2010, Numismedia quotes the following prices: MS-64: 15.00 MS-65: 16.80 MS-66: 18.00 MS-67: 20.00 MS-68: 21.25 MS-69: 25.00 MS-70: 181.25
A certified example has a average market value of $240.00.