This coin is a common stickered dollar, but is one that most collectors want in their collection. I’ve seen these on both Peace and Morgan dollars. The sticker reads: “Margo’s Buckeye Roundup 2384 Lake BLVD.”, which is written in red lettering on a transparent sticker. When buying one of these I would recommend waiting to find one that has a sticker in good condition. It also helps to find a coin that does not have much wear. The coin below meets both of those conditions.
Note: One reason that most collectors like this sticker is because it is transparent. Only a small percentage of stickered dollars had transparent stickers.
When I first purchased this coin I assumed it was a coin from Ohio, but after a few dead ends I found that this coin was from a Cardroom in Reading California. Margo’s Buckeye Roundup closed in 1966.
|Overall Rating for Margo's Buckeye Roundup Stickered Peace Dollar|
|Note that prices can very based on condition of coin, condition of the sticker, and rarity of sticker.|
|Rarity is based on how often coins show up in auctions, coin shows, and number of stickered coins created.|
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I have a 1882 morgan silver dollar with the lady luck sticker and the 8 petal stamp in good shape how much could it be worth?