1921-P Morgan Dollar Brilliant Uncirculated (Last Year of Issue)

1921-P Morgan Dollar Brilliant Uncirculated (Last Year of Issue)

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Morgan Silver Dollar is one of the most coveted and collected silver coins of all time! Named after the coin's designer, U.S. Mint Assistant Engraver George T. Morgan, it was struck from 1878-1904 and again in 1921. The stunning designs, 90% Silver content, and historical context make the Morgan Dollar an excellent addition to any collection. 

On September 22nd 2020, the House passed a bill allowing the minting of new Morgan Dollars! The 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar marked the last year of issue of this popular series, so the re-release marking the 100th anniversary of the series is truly special.

Since the re-release, pricing has started to firm up on 1921 Morgans, and availability on the wholesale level has become scarce. Get ahead of the curve and get yours now, while you still can! These last year of issue coins are in beautiful, brilliant uncirculated condition and were minted at the Philadelphia Mint. Add this piece of history to your collection today at a special price!

Why the 1921-P Morgan Dollar Stands Out:

  • -Last year of vintage issue
  • -Brilliant uncirculated condition
  • -100th anniversary!
  • -Legal tender silver dollar – Morgan dollars were $1 legal tender in the United States.
  • -BRILLIANT UNCIRCULATED CONDITION – Your 1921-P Morgan Silver dollar will come in BU condition
  • -Even though millions of Morgan Silver Dollars were struck between 1878 and 1921, massive silver meltings and other events have taken their toll. Today coin experts believe that only 15% of all Morgans ever struck remain in existence.

Product Details:

  • -Metal Content: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
  • -Weight: 26.73 grams
  • -Diameter: 38.1 mm
  • -Minted at the Philadelphia Mint, no mint mark

Historical Significance: The 1921-P Morgan Dollar represents a pivotal moment in U.S. coinage, bridging the gap between historical and modern numismatic eras. Its rich history and scarcity make it a sought after item among collectors.

Limited Availability: With limited quantities and escalating demand, now is the time to add this valuable and historic coin to your collection. Secure your 1921-P Morgan Dollar today and own a tangible piece of American history.

Buy 1921-P Morgan Dollar online at Bullion Shark today! Don't miss the opportunity to own this brilliant uncirculated gem, a tangible link to America's rich numismatic past.

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1921 Morgan Silver Dollar FAQ

The value ranges from $29 to $65 in circulated condition, with uncirculated versions fetching up to $17,500 at auction.

Being the final year of the Morgan Silver Dollar series before the transition to the Peace Dollar, the 1921 issues hold a special place in numismatic history, adding to their rarity and demand. Specific error coins or unique die varieties (like VAM errors) from 1921 can be exceptionally rare. Collectors often seek these out, adding to their rarity and value.

Condition, mint mark (P, D, S), and the presence of errors or unique features affect its value.
No, it contains 90% silver and 10% copper, which was standard for U.S. silver dollars at the time.
The obverse features Lady Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap, and the reverse displays an eagle with outstretched wings.
Known errors include the Denticle Clash, Pitted Reverse, and various VAM varieties like the "Capped R" and "Unicorn."
It marked the last year of the Morgan Silver Dollar production and preceded the introduction of the Peace Dollar, making it a significant coin in U.S. numismatic history.
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