1921 Morgan Silver Dollar Coin – VG

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The highly popular Morgan Silver dollars are sought after by collectors all over the world. The history of the Morgan Silver dollars is that they were originally minted from 1878-1904. The mint then stopped making silver dollars. This means that the silver dollars that were already in circulation became heavily worn. Some people saved them for their silver. Collectors feared the Morgan design was forever lost as getting your hands on one of these coins became increasingly hard. Then, in 1921, the silver dollars went back into production and the Morgan design returned. It was decided, however, that the 1922 silver dollar would be a different design and thus ended the minting of the Morgan Silver dollar. This limited run means they are still a bit difficult to get. We offer these coins from the 1921 mintage and they are in very good (VG) condition. 


Key features:

  • Contains .7734 Troy oz of actual silver content.
  • Very good condition
  • Face value of $1 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
  • Obverse features the left-profile portrait of Liberty.
  • Reverse includes the American bald eagle.


The 1921 Morgan Silver dollar had a run of over 87 million coins and was produced  from three US mints. The Philadelphia Mint struck 44.69 million coins with no mint mark. Another 20.34 million were struck by the Denver Mint with a D mint mark. The San Francisco Mint minted 21.695 million with their S mint mark. 


The Morgan Silver Dollar offered here are all 1921 coins and are in VG condition. The mint marks will vary depending on availability. Statistically, the order of likelihood of getting a coin from a certain mint are as follows with 1 being the most likely: 1. Philadelphia Mint 2. Denver Mint 3. San Francisco. VG condition or very good means the coin is showing significant signs of wear. The obverse side of the coin has a portrait of Lady Liberty where she is facing to the left wearing a phrygian cap. Around her image are 13 stars representing the original 13 colonies. Above her head is ‘E PLURIBUS UNUM. Below her is 1921. 


The reverse side has an American bald eagle clutching arrows in its left talon and an olive branch in its right. Around the top edge of the coin is ‘UNITED STATES OF AMERICA. Right underneath this text is ‘IN GOD WE TRUST’. Under the eagle is ‘ONE DOLLAR’. 


Here is your opportunity to actually own a 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar in very good condition. This coin is a celebration of one of the most popular, beautiful designs in the history of coins. Don’t miss this opportunity to own one. Get yours today.




US Mint

Precious Metal



Morgan Silver Dollars

Metal Content

0.7734 Troy Ounces


.900 Fine




VG (Good)


George T Morgan


38 mm


2.89 mm



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