Morgan Dollars 1921 100 pieces

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Morgan Dollars 1921 100 pieces


Morgan Dollars 1921 100 pieces VG (very good)
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Product Description

Morgan Dollars 1921 – VG (very good) – 100 pieces
The Morgan 90% Silver Dollar has been a favorite among collectors and investors for over well 100 years. Designed by young British engraver George T. Morgan, the obverse features a left-facing portrait of Miss Liberty, modeled after Philadelphia school teacher Anna Willess Williams, with Liberty emblazoned across her crown, the words E PLURIBUS UNUM across the top of the coin, the date at the bottom. The obverse also features 13 stars and Morgans initial M at the truncation of the neck.

The reverse depicts an eagle clasping arrows and an olive branch, with the words UNITED STATES OF AMERICA – ONE DOLLAR around the rim and the words In God We Trust above the eagle’s head. Morgan’s initial M also appears on the reverse, on the ribbon’s left loop. Mintmarks are found below the wreath on the reverse.

In 1904, demand for silver dollars was low, the bullion supply was exhausted and production of the Morgan ceased. Beginning in 1918, over 270 MILLION silver dollars were melted and, in 1921, a slightly modified Morgan was minted (86 million of them!) until the design was replaced later that year by the Peace Dollar.

1921 Morgan Silver Dollar
Year: 1921
Mint Marks: none (Philadelphia), S (San Francisco), D (Denver)
Denomination: $1
Manufacturer: U.S. Mint
Silver Content: .7734 troy oz
Purity: .900
Grading Service: none
Grade: VG (very good)
Thickness: 3.1 mm
Diameter: 38.1 mm
Edge: reeded

Image: PCGS coin facts