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1921-P Morgan Dollar NGC/PCGS MS64

Mint State 64 population significantly less than 1% of total mintage

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Denomination Dollars
Series Morgan Dollar
Composition Silver
Year 1921
Mint Philadelphia (P)
Grade Mint State
Mint State Score MS 64
Designation Condition Rarity
Certification PCGS, NGC

1921-P Morgan Dollar NGC/PCGS MS64


The Morgan Dollar, designed by George T. Morgan, was minted from 1878 to 1904 and for one final year in 1921. This final-year-of-issue Morgan Dollars was struck at the Philadelphia Mint and graded in Mint State 64 condition. Since the U.S. Mint did not plan on making new Morgan Dollars after 1904, the original dies were destroyed and George T. Morgan needed to create new dies for the 1921 issue. That means that the 1921 Morgan Dollar is actually its very own type, as it showcases several differences such as the lack of eye lashes on Lady Liberty and the larger stars on the reverse. No Silver Dollar collection can be complete without one of these 1921-P Morgan Dollars. Out of every 1921-P Morgan Dollar ever struck, significantly less than 1% have been graded in MS64 condition. With such a low Mint State 64 population, this 1921-P Morgan Dollar is considered a Condition Rarity.