United States of America, 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar Extremely Fine

This American Silver Dollar was named after its British engraver, George T. Morgan. The Morgan Dollar was first made in 1878 and last made in 1904. Then in 1921 for some reason, they got the old dies out, made them look a bit more modern, and struck another Morgan Silver Dollar. The last Morgan dollar… Until last year when they issued a 2021 Morgan Dollar and the price skyrocketed. Now they say that they cannot get enough blanks and this year’s issue is canceled! It all sounds a bit crazy, so we looked around and found out we had some of the original the 1921 Silver Morgan Dollar, the one-year type. These are nice large silver coins and are now 101 years old, offered in Extremely fine condition. Don't miss out, get one for your collection.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FUS1008
£89.50
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