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1921 P-Mint Uncirculated Last Morgan Silver Dollar

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1921 P-Mint Uncirculated Last Morgan Silver Dollar
Add a historic silver dollar to your collection. This classic Morgan silver dollar comes in 90% silver and represents the largest silver coin ever made for circulation. It comes encapsulated to preserve its uncirculated condition and makes a wonderful and historic piece to spark an interest in coin collecting or to add to an existing collection.

What You Get

  • 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar
  • Storage pouch 

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The Key Specs

Coin Grade/Condition: Uncirculated
Mint Mark: Philadelphia Mint
Packaging: Encapsulated

Coin 1

Obverse: Left-facing portrait of Miss Liberty
Reverse: Eagle holding arrows and an olive branch
Composition: 90% silver, 10% copper
Diameter: Approx. 38mm (1-1/2") in diameter
Weight: Approx. 26.73 grams (.944 oz.)

Features

Morgan Silver Dollar
  • 90% silver
  • Largest silver coin ever made for circulation

90% pure
  • Due to the amount of silver in each coin, many of all Morgan Silver Dollars were melted by the U.S. Government in the 1920s to help pay for World War I. Millions more were melted for World War II. More were privately melted in the 1980s when silver reached $50 an ounce, and many were destroyed or worn out in circulation between 1878 and the 1920s

Uncirculated condition
  • Coin has never been circulated to the public

Encapsulated
  • Helps protect coin's condition

REVIEWS

1921 P-Mint Uncirculated Last Morgan Silver Dollar

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  • NICE UNGRADED COIN

    THE COIN HAS SOME BAG MARKS ON THE OBVERSE , A VERY COMMON TRAIT OF A MORGAN DOLLAR, ALSO HAS SOME NICE TONING GOING ON. VERY PLEASED.

    ricky533, PA
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  • 1921P Uncirculated Last Morgan Silver Dollar

    Disappointed in appearance. Met the criteria of Uncirculated, but not near as clean and shiny as shown on the Coin Vault Program.

    Gymbo443, NE
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  • Fake not graded wright coin was CLEANED

    This coin is a Fake it is Circulated , I went to a coin Dealer and he insured me that the coin was well Cleaned to make it look like it was uncirculated , the coin was only worth what Silver is going for ...Which was half what I paid for it , I got RIP OFF well done , thanks a lot !!!!!!!!!

    KLEINE, NJ
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  • 1921 MORGAN SILVER DOLLAR.

    WHEN I RECEIVED THIS COIN I COULD NOT BELIEVE THE POOR STATE OF THE COIN I,M VERY UPSET THAT IT WAS DAMAGED.SO I I HAD TO SEND IT BACK.

    dshep, CA
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  • Do Not Buy

    Not ONE word of the coin's description matched the coin I received. It was badly scratched, therefore making it VERY CIRCULATED. It is, apparently, a very common coin, according to my local coin shop, "millions of those were minted." I was very disappointed, and the coin was promptly returned.

    LucyBrown, FL
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