You will get 1 each, 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars from all three Mints that made them that year! --- this is a picture of an actual coins out of all that I have. You may not get the coins pictured, but they are all very similar.I have hand selected 7 sets of three of the best of the second bag of mixed mint coins I have with the Rare DENVER- Philly and San Francisco Mints. A Set of 3 Coins! 1921, 1921D and 1921 S. Obverse features Lady Liberty as inspired by Anna Willess Williams. Reverse bears a depiction of the heraldic eagle of theUnited States. The late 19th century was a tumultuous time period for the economy of the United States, and the USTreasury suffered multiple setbacks in coin production as a result. The coin produced by theUS Mint during this tumultuous time period was the Morgan Silver Dollar.
Named for the US Mint's Assistant Engraver, George T. Morgan, these silver dollars featured a left-profile image of Lady Liberty on one side and a bald eagle on the other. Morgan Silver Dollars were produced from 1878 until 1904. There was a special, one-year minting in 1921as well. These are THOSE 1921 RARE COINS!!!!
Morgan's coin featured the image of Lady Liberty on the obverse side. Engraved above her head was the phrase "E Pluribus Unum, " while the year of minting was engraved below.
On the reverse side, there was an image of a bald eagle with its wings outstretched. The eagle clasped an olive branch in one talon, and arrows in the other. Engraved above the eagle's head was the phrase "United States of America, "while "One Dollar" was engraved below.The US Mint is responsible for the production of circulation and commemorative coinage for the federal government. Morgan Silver Dollars were produced at the Philadelphia, CarsonCity, San Francisco, New Orleans, and Denver mints over the years. 1921 is the last year in which the Mint struck Morgan Silver Dollars. The coins were struck from the large and famous Nevada Silver discovery, the Comstock Lode. The 1921-D Morgan Dollar is also the only Morgan Silver Dollar that was struck at the Denver Mint.
Despite being the last year of the Morgan Dollar it is also the only year in which you can obtain an example from each three different Mints. Philadelphia , Denver and San Francisco Morgan Dollars. The US Silver Dollar program experienced an unusual year in 1921.The mint witnessed the Peace Silver Dollar's manufacture and the Morgan Silver Dollar's reemergence. In this period of history, it was sporadic for the mint to issue two distinct designs for coins of the same denomination in a year. The mint manufactured the Morgan Silver Dollar for most of the year during the period of settlement for the Peace Dollar's design.
The mint got to work immediately, putting Anthony de Francisci's Peace Dollar design into production shortly after authorization.