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The 1921 Morgan dollar is the most unusual issue in the entire series. After 1904, with national silver bullion supplies all but exhausted, the government suspended coinage of silver dollars altogether. In 1918, under the Pittman Act, more than 270 million silver dollars were melted down for bullion. By 1921, with the U.S. economy booming after World War One, the need for silver dollars became acute. The Mint resumed production for less than a full year, with a few minor refinements, until the newly-authorized Peace dollar design was rolled out in late 1921. Because of its orphaned striking after a long hiatus, the 1921 Morgan dollar could be considered a one-year type coin unto itself.
True scarcity, low price, excellent value
1921 Morgan dollars in MS64 condition are an excellent way to invest in the silver market. They offer all the benefits of silver bullion plus extra benefits like limited supply, collector demand, complete financial privacy, and extra premium potential because of scarcity, all for little additional cost.
Very few 1921 Morgan silver dollars are known in near-gem Mint State 64. Out of a total original mintage of more than 44.6 million, only around 67,172 have been certified in MS64 (PCGS + NGC, 10/13/2014). This number is roughly one-tenth the population of Peace dollars and one-thirtieth of Pre-1921 Morgan dollars in MS64. Their true scarcity can mean higher premiums during periods of peak demand. In our opinion, they're better than bullion for bulk silver buyers.
All of our MS64 1921 Morgan silver dollars are certified for grade and authenticity by PCGS or NGC, the most-trusted independent certification companies, and then hand-select by AGE for outstanding eye-appeal and superior technical merit within grade.
• Only 67,172 survivors certified in MS64. Their true scarcity can mean higher premiums during periods of peak demand.
• Better than bullion. All the benefits of silver bullion plus extra benefits like limited supply, collector demand, complete financial privacy, and extra premium potential because of scarcity.
• Historical significance. These old, classic silver coins are beautiful, collectible symbols of U.S. history.
1921 U.S. Morgan Silver Dollars, MS64
Size: 38.1 mm diameter
Weight: 26.73 grams
(PCGS + NGC, 10/13/2014)