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United States of America, 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar, Circulated

The Morgan silver dollar is named after its British engraver George Morgan. They stopped making them in 1904, but for some reason they made them again in 1921, the same year they made the Peace Dollar for the first time. The 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars are very different than the previous issue. The relief is much lower and even from a distance, you can quickly see the difference. They are struck in 900 fine silver and as stated are a one year only type coin. They are the last ever Morgan Silver Dollar. On offer here is a circulated example of this one-year type coin.

United States of America, Morgan Silver Dollar, BU

Morgan Silver Dollar Philadelphia Mint.

United States of America, Morgan Silver Dollar, Choice BU

From 1878 until 1935 there were only three different types of United States Silver Dollars. Here you have a Morgan Silver Dollar struck from 1878 to 1904. Dates will be of our choice. Each coin is struck in 900 fine silver and is full crownsized. We can offer Brilliant Uncirculated examples. American silver dollars, or cartwheels, as they are known are the best value older crownsized silver coins on the market. Compare one to a British Crown and you will see that they offer good value for money.

United States of America, Silver Morgan Dollar, 'O' Mintmark, BU

Brilliant Uncirculated .900 fine Silver Morgan Dollar dated between 1878 and 1899 struck at the New Orleans Mint.

United States of America, US Morgan Silver 'O' Dollar

The United States Silver Dollar or Cartwheel as it is known, was the currency that they used in the old West. They were issued from 1878 till 1904. George T. Morgan who designed this Silver Dollar, was actually British, so it makes them a little closer to home. These are nice coins and ones that most collectors would be only too proud to own. In the hoard that we bought, all grade MS64 (Mint State 64 out of 70) which are much nicer coins than we previously offered. They come from New Orleans, Louisiana, with the ‘O’ mintmark. These usually come weakly struck, so MS64 is a very high grade. When the silver dollar market was boiling, at one time an MS64 Silver Dollar wholesaled for $250.00. I think the market has reached a level where the coins are reasonably priced today. The coin is slabbed, that is sealed to protect it and graded so you know what you are getting. We are offering them per single coin, dates of our choice or groups of different mints. In either case the coins are fantastic and our price of just £95 each, is much less than they use to sell for and are correct today. New Orleans ‘O’ Mint Mark Morgan Silver Dollars in Brilliant Uncirculated condition, £95.00 each.