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1921 P, D, or S Mint Silver Morgan Dollars VG-XF

1921 P, D, or S Mint Silver Morgan Dollars VG-XF

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Featuring the iconic Silver Dollar design (1878-1921) by George T. Morgan, these Morgan Silver Dollars offer nostalgia along with value that benefits any numismatic collection.


Product Highlights:
  • Each coin contains .7734 oz of Pure Silver.
  • Coins come in protective plastic flips. Multiples of 20 come in plastic tubes.
  • Obverse: Left facing profile of Liberty wearing a Phrygian cap adorned with wheat and cotton balls in her hair.
  • Reverse: Bald eagle with outstretched wings clutching an olive branch and arrows in its talons.
  • U.S. Mint issues from the following mints:
    * P – Philadelphia
    * D – Denver
    * S – San Francisco

Protect and display your Morgan Dollar Collection in style by adding an attractive album or holder to your order.

These problem-free common date coins retain their original design elements and exhibit honest wear. Add this last year of the Morgan Silver Dollar to your cart today!

These 1921 Morgan Dollars are of mixed mintmarks of P, D or S or may all be of the same mint determined by stock on hand.

The Morgan Dollar holds a special place in U.S. coinage as it was the first coin to feature Lady Liberty with an American look, rather than the traditional Greek style. Her cap is adorned with wheat and cotton as a tribute to America's agricultural history.

The image of the eagle was also updated for the Morgan Dollar, showing a proportionally correct eagle with beautifully designed feathers. He carries an olive branch, showing America's desire for peace, and is perched atop a bundle of arrows, signifying America's readiness to defend her borders against attack.

The Morgan Dollar flooded the markets from 1878-1904. Nearly two decades after production halted, the Morgan Dollar was seen again for one year only, in 1921, due to a renewed desire for this iconic, beautiful design.

Collect 1921 Morgan Dollars that bear the name of their designer, George T. Morgan.

1921 Morgan Dollars feature the iconic Lady Liberty design that George T. Morgan designed for the launch of these beautiful Silver coins in 1878. Before designing Silver coins for the U.S. Mint, Morgan was a well-respected assistant engraver at the British Royal Mint, and it was this respect that earned him the recommendation from the British Royal Mint’s Director, Charles W. Fremantle, for the U.S. Mint job. Though the Silver bullion Morgan is best known for designing is the Morgan Silver Dollar, he also designed many other popular coins such as the Bland Dollar.

Scandal and intrigue surrounds 1921 Morgan Dollars.

Before designing 1921 Morgan Dollars, engraver George T. Morgan needed to find a female model to help him create the Lady Liberty portrait he envisioned. Modeling for a Silver coin design, or any art for that matter, was considered scandalous and not something a proper woman would do. Eventually schoolteacher Anna Willess Williams agreed to model for the Silver bullion design under the strict provision that her identity remain anonymous because she could lose her job. Williams’ involvement with the Silver coins remained hidden for a while, though she did eventually lose her job when a newspaper reporter uncovered her secret years later.

The 1921 Morgan Dollar was released due to renewed desire for the Morgan Dollar design that had been discontinued in 1904.

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Good gifts

By  jdw1980

from chicago area

4.0

Got these to give as gifts to some budding coin collectors. Their condition was pretty close to description and are fun for young'uns. Not great collector value and too pricey for silver stacking.

Pros

  • Recognized Brand

Satisfied

By  Silver sucker

from Kentucky

4.0

It was as advertised, and have no complaints.

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Easy to Sell
  • Recognized Brand

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)

Coins met my expectations and more

By  Jason

from wisconsin

5.0

Love my morgans. My problem is that I am addicted to them and APMEX is like a drug dealer, they just keep feeding my morgan habit. Just kidding, love morgans and love apmex.

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Collectible (lower mintage)
  • Easy to Sell

Nice Morgan's

By  Alex

from Sebastopol, CA

5.0

These Morgan's were nice, just as advertised.

Pros

  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Attractive Design
  • Easy to Sell
  • Recognized Brand

Pretty good coins, some are good quality

By  Dave

from Alexandria, VA

3.0

These Morgan's are great to sell and most of them are of quality. There are a few that come in a set of 20 that are really just above cull level. I think the spread between the silver price and the cost of these 1921 Morgan's is a little high. I would like to see the price of these coins at $22.50 based on the price of silver at $17.01 currently in Feb 2015. Not to mention the Morgan is 90% silver. I think a $5.50 spread for each coin is a fair price for buyers buying over 20 at a time. That's just my thoughts.

Pros

  • Recognized Brand
  • Easy to Sell

Cons

  • Some Are Low Quality
  • Price Is A Little High

got what I paid for

By  jim

from st.geo ut.

4.0

just something to add to the box.

Pros

  • Easy to Sell

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)

Good Choice

By  Zendoc

from Winter Haven, FL

5.0

Working at completing start to end year production run of Morgan dollars.

Pros

  • Value (low premium over spot)
  • Good Quality For Price
  • Collectible (lower mintage)

Cons

  • None

The Morgans are bargains

By  dk

from Kentucky

4.0

Nice condition

Pros

  • Easy to Sell
  • Value (low premium over spot)

Cons

  • Common (higher mintage)

Good Coins

By  Rich

from Bellevue, WA

4.0

I bought 10 of these. Received a few that were clean. A few that were dirty. And everything in between. The coins have little sign of wear. The 10 coins were shipped in a tube like you get when buying 20 Silver Eagles.

Pros

  • Collectible (lower mintage)

Great coins, great value

By  mc

from clayton, ga

5.0

These coins were better than expected. They are very fine condition. I wanted some old morgans for my collection and these were perfect. hardly look used. The were shipped very quickly.

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Value (low premium over spot)
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