The 1879-O Morgan silver dollar from the Fitzgerald Collection is an extremely difficult coin for the Fitzgerald collector to find. There were no “hard” graded 1879-O Morgans in this collection. That means the only possibilities for an 1879-O in the Fitzgerald Collection would have to be either “soft” graded or simply authenticated. Shown below is a “soft” graded 1879-O Fitzgerald classified as “Brilliant Uncirculated”. The obverse and reverse of this coin have a solid strike with MS63 qualities. Minimal bag or clatter marks appear on the obverse and none on the reverse. This is the first and only 1879-O Fitzgerald that I have seen in any grading classification; “hard” graded, “soft” graded or simply authenticated from the Fitzgerald Hoard. Good luck at finding this date/mintmark for your collection.