Morgan Silver Dollar 1921 Circulated – Mixed Fine/AU Condition
Available By the Roll (20 coins) – 100 Count Bag or 500 Count Bag
The Morgan Silver Dollar 1921 Circulated is one of America’s most iconic examples of what has become known as the “golden age” of legal tender coins. A time when circulating legal tender was actually made from real silver. The Morgan Silver Dollar was designed initially by George T. Morgan.
The Morgan Silver Dollar 1921 Circulated saw wide usage in common business transactions both in this country and abroad. These coins were minted at the San Francisco Mint (S Mint Mark), Denver Mint (D Mint Mark) and the Philadelphia Mint (No Mint Mark). The mint mark can be found on the reverse of the coin, below the wreath and under the Eagle’s tail.
Approximately 85 million coins were struck in .900 fine silver with a small amount of copper added to insure it would hold up to years of daily monetary circulation.
Each Morgan Silver Dollar 1921 Circulated coin contains 0.77 ounce of pure silver and circulated examples trade for a premium over their silver content because of their large collector base, history and popularity.
Because these silver coins were produced in such large quantities they generally follow the silver market and have become a popular silver bullion choice for those looking for possible barter material. At times these big silver coins can develop higher premiums because they are no longer minted.
The Morgan Silver Dollar 1921 Circulated offered here are circulated, problem free examples with honest wear – graded by experts in Fine through Almost Uncirculated condition using the ANA Grading Standards. There are no culls, cleaned or damaged examples. They are packaged in durable plastic tubes of 20 coins or canvas bags which contain 100 or 500 coins. We guarantee your satisfaction or simply return the coins for replacement or a complete refund.
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