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Set of 4: 1921 P, D, S Morgan & 1921-p Peace Dollars NGC/PCGS MS65

All four silver dollar coin issues from 1921 each with Mint State 65 populations less than 1% of their mintages

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Denomination Dollars
Composition Silver
Year 1921
Grade Mint State
Mint State Score MS 65
Designation Condition Rarity, First Year of Issue
Certification PCGS, NGC

Set of 4: 1921 P, D, S Morgan & 1921-p Peace Dollars NGC/PCGS MS65


The Morgan Dollar, designed by George T. Morgan, was minted from 1878 to 1904 and for one final year in 1921. The Peace Dollar, designed by Anthony de Francisci, was struck intermittently from 1921 to 1935. This collection of final year of issue Morgan Dollars and first year of issue Peace Dollar includes examples struck at the Philadelphia Mint, San Francisco Mint, and the Denver Mint all graded in Mint State 65 condition. As both the final year of issue and the only Morgan Dollar ever struck at the Denver Mint, the 1921-D is prized by collectors. 1921 stands out as a particularly interesting year for the Morgan Dollar due to its use of the micro-mintmark. The ''S'' and ''D'' micro-mintmarks used on these issues are significantly smaller than mintmarks ever used on previous Morgan Dollars, making them unique one-year-only varieties. The first year of issue is the Due to the difficulties of producing high relief coins at the time, the Peace Dollar was quickly changed to a low relief design in 1922. All four of these 1921 silver dollars have MS65 populations significantly less than 1% of their mintages, making each of them a Condition Rarity.