2021 Morgan Silver Dollar Coin CoA (Box)
- Coins arrive in black presentation boxes and include a Certificate of Authenticity!
- Each coin is encapsulated!
- 100th-anniversary celebration of the Morgan Silver Dollars final issue!
- Limited total mintage of only 175,000 coins!
- Contains .858 Troy oz of .999 pure silver.
- Issued a face value of $1 (USD) by the United States.
- The obverse features Lady Liberty.
- On the reverse is the heraldic eagle.
- Inspired by George T. Morgan’s original designs.
- Produced by the Philadelphia Mint.
The United States Mint introduced the Morgan Silver Dollar in 1878. The coins were issued that year by the Philadelphia Mint, Carson City Mint, and San Francisco Mint. In the decades to come, the New Orleans Mint would issue the coins, the Carson City Mint would close and cease striking the coins, and in the final year of issue, the Denver Mint would strike coins.
Throughout the decades, the Philadelphia Mint remained a stalwart, alongside the San Francisco Mint, in striking the Morgan Dollars in every year of availability from 1878 to 1904 and again in 1921 in the final year of issue for the Morgan Dollar design. That year, the Philadelphia Mint struck an astonishing 44.69 million 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar coins.
The obverse side of 2021 (P) Morgan Silver Dollar Coins comes with the original left-profile portrait of Lady Liberty. Anna Willess Williams served as the inspiration for Morgan’s portrait of Liberty that featured on the coins.
On the reverse field of 2021 Morgan Silver Dollar bullion coins is an image of the heraldic eagle. The design of the heraldic eagle includes a bald eagle clutching the arrows of war and the olive branch of peace in its talons, with its head looking to the birds right at the olive branch of peace.
These 2021 (P) Morgan Silver Dollars are available with black presentation boxes and a Certificate of Authenticity from the US Mint. Each coin is housed in a capsule inside of the box. Like the original Morgan Dollars issued by the US Mint at the Philadelphia branch, there is no mint mark on this specimen.
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