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- Contains .858 oz of Silver.
- PCGS encapsulation protects and guarantees the superb MS-69 condition of the coin.
- The FirstStrike® designation certifies that these coins were shipped from the U.S. Mint in the first 30 days of the coin's release.
- Each of the 5 varieties of 2021 Morgan Dollars is limited to a mintage of only 175,000 coins!
- Obverse: Features Liberty in profile wearing a Phrygian cap and crowned with cotton blossoms and ears of wheat, symbolic of American agriculture.
- Reverse: An American eagle, with wings spread, clutching an olive branch and a bundle of arrows in its talons. A laurel wreath mostly surrounds the eagle.
- Minted at the Philadelphia Mint with a privy mark of the famous "O" mint mark found on coins produced in New Orleans.
Add the 2021 New Orleans privy mark coin to your collection today!
After 100 years, the U.S. Mint has finally made a new Morgan Dollar, one of the most popular numismatic series of all time. With an issue representing each mint facility that originally struck Morgan Dollars, these coins will be highly popular with modern collectors and fans of vintage U.S. coinage alike.
Produced from 1878 to 1904, and again in 1921, the Morgan Dollar is one of the most iconic coins in U.S. history. These large Silver coins, bearing George T. Morgan's design of Lady Liberty, were widely circulated in the United States. Because of their historical appeal, and their pivotal role in America's history, these coins have become among the most popularly collected series in numismatics. Additionally, because large quantities of these coins were stored as part of America's strategic silver reserves in Treasury vaults until the mid 20th century, a large quantity of these vintage coins exist on the market to help support their collectibility. This 2021 issue, released 100 years after the last Morgan Dollar was struck, continues this popular series, and offers an opportunity for collectors to purchase this iconic coin produced with modern minting techniques.
New Orleans Mint
The Mint in New Orleans produced Morgan dollars from 1879 to 1904. Reopened in 1876 after being seized and used for coinage by Confederate forces in 1861, the New Orleans Mint played a vital role in minting the Silver required by the Bland-Allison Act. After the Denver Mint opened in 1906, the need for minting in New Orleans was reduced, and the mint was decommissioned in 1911, before the final 1921 Morgan dollar release. As the Mint is no longer a U.S. Mint facility, 2021 Morgans could not be struck here, but 175,000 coins were produced in Philadelphia bearing an "O" privy mark, reminiscent of the New Orleans Mint's "O" mint mark.
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