Morgan Silver Dollars were originally minted from 1878 to 1904. It was assumed by many that the life of the Morgan dollar had ended, but then, following the Pittman Act of 1818, the US Mint struck nearly 86 million additional 1921 Morgans at the Denver, Philadelphia, and San Francisco branches. Today, 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar Coins in Extremely Fine condition are available to you online from JM Bullion.
- Arrives in a protective plastic flip!
- Final year of production for the Morgan Dollar!
- Mintage consists of 86,730,000 coins!
- Available in XF condition.
- Contains .77344 Troy oz of actual silver content.
- Bears a value of $1 backed by the United States.
- A Lady Liberty portrait is depicted on the obverse.
- A heraldic eagle motif features in the reverse design.
All 1921 Morgan Dollar Coins in this online JM Bullion listing consist of 90% silver with an additional 10% copper. These particular Morgan dollars are listed as Extremely Fine. As such, the inscriptions on the coin will be quite sharp, while the devices will maintain significant clarity. However, you may notice slight but clear wear and tear on the higher points of the design. Upon arrival, you will find your coin housed in an individual plastic flip.
The obverse of these Morgan Silver Dollar Coins contains a portrait of Lady Liberty. In this classic design, we see Lady Liberty facing left and wearing a Phrygian cap and a wreath of cotton and wheat. A row of stars occupies the edges, and there are also inscriptions reading E Pluribus Unum, 1921.
On the reverse side of 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars, there is a depiction of the heraldic eagle. The eagle holds an olive branch to emphasize America’s efforts to maintain peace. However, it also holds arrows, which symbolize the country’s willingness to defend its borders at all costs. Reverse inscriptions read United States of America, One Dollar, In God We Trust.
Morgan silver dollars remain one of the most popular coins for collectors in America and abroad. While there are millions of standard Morgan dollars that carry fairly low premiums, there are quite a few rare versions of this coin that are in high demand. A few examples include toned Morgan dollars, many of which received their rainbow colors from being stored in sulfuric canvas bags. There are also a number of error Morgan dollars that are quite popular, as well as a limited supply of high-grade coins from PCGS and NGC.
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