1921 Morgan Silver Dollars
Very Good (VG) to Extremely Fine (XF)
The Morgan Silver Dollar is one of the most highly collected coins in the history of American silver coinage. The 1921 Morgan Dollar is especially unique because it is the first and only year the Morgan dollar was minted after the silver reserves were depleted in 1904.
The 1921 Morgan dollar exudes a legacy of numismatic elegance and sophistication that is seldom found in today’s coinage. The ever-decreasing supply of Morgan silver dollars contributes to their premium collectability and strong appeal for those looking to diversify their silver portfolio.
The Morgan dollar, named after its designer George T. Morgan, features a profile portrait of Liberty on the obverse and an eagle with outstretched wings on the reverse. The coin has a composition of 90% silver and 10% copper.
Upstate Coin & Gold offers 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars for sale at the most competitive prices based on the current spot and premium market. When you buy silver dollars, you will receive an assortment of US Mint 1921 silver dollars with various mint marks. The condition of these coins ranges from very good (VG) to extremely fine (XF). They display medium to light wear with a clear, bold design on both sides of the coin.
Your silver dollars will be securely packaged in a cloth coin bag.
This product requires a minimum purchase quantity of 100 coins. If you have any questions or special requests, please call one of our non-commissioned traders at 1-800-588-2646 or email us at email@example.com.
Product Specifications (per coin):
- Actual Silver Weight: .773 Troy Ounce (approx.)
- Fineness: .900 Silver
- Total Weight: .86 Troy Ounces
- Year: 1921
- Denomination: $1
- Grade: VG-XF
- Diameter: 38.1 mm
- Thickness: 3.1 mm