Aurora Borealis Collection
The Aurora Borealis Collection is one of the most incredible collections of toned Morgan Dollars ever assembled. It contains some truly world-class pieces, and even exhibits many other type coins with unbelievable colors. Each and every coin in the collection is carefully selected by the collector and only the most eye appealing one of a kind character coins make it to this elite group.
The Colorbombed Collection is another world-class collection featuring a wide variety of type coins with incredible toning. Although it consists primarily of stunning toned Morgan Dollars, it also includes a group of toned Roosevelt Dimes, Mercury Dimes, Barber Half Dollars, Franklin Half Dollars, and a few other type coins (including a couple international coins). The collection also features an amazing set of toned Morgan Dollars housed in original PCGS rattler holders.
This is a longtime collection of toned Morgan Dollars with coins hailing from a wide variety of collections and dealers that used to be active in the toned Morgan world many years ago. While consisting primarily of toned Morgan Dollars, the collection also has a group of toned Franklins, toned type coins, and even some untoned error coins and other blast white pieces such as some incredibly rare patterns. Below are just a few of the remarkable toners that are part of this collection as many more have yet to be imaged in high definition.
Across the Spectrum Collection
This collection was assembled over a course of several years in order to exhibit stunning examples of each of the types of toned Morgan Dollars. Each coin in the collection is one of the nicest examples for the perspective type of toning, and many coins hail from world-class collections and collectors. View a more in-depth gallery of this collection with more pictures and descriptions here.
"World Class Toners" Collection
This collection consists primarily of beautifully toned Roosevelt dimes assembled over many years, but it also contains a variety of different type coins, from Lincoln Cents to commemoratives. Each coin was carefully selected by the collector, not only for the color but also for high surface preservation and overall eye appeal.