Mint Chief Engraver George T. Morgan (1845-1925) designed the Morgan Dollar, and the coin was minted year 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921. The United States Mint transformed its US Silver Dollar program in 1921. This iconic silver dollar exhibited the country’s westward and industrial development in the late 19th century. In addition, a few things make a 1921 Silver Morgan Dollar rare: It was the final year that Silver dollar minting occurred; only a minimal number of these coins are stamped compared to other years; a lot of these coins were melted down over the years, so there are hardly any in existence today.
Each Morgan Dollar is a fraction of American history, making it highly collectible and valuable to this date.
Today, the 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar F+ is available online from hollywoodgoldexchange.com.
- Each coin contains .7734 Troy oz of actual Silver content.
- Obverse depicts a left-facing profile of Lady Liberty, with the word “Liberty” inscribed on her hair band.
- Reverse features a heraldic eagle grasping an Olive branch and a clump of arrows in its talons.
- Each coin carries a face value of $1 (USD), fully backed by the US government.