The 1921-dated Morgan silver dollar marked the end of the series first minted in 1878, while the 1921 Peace dollar kicked off a new coin design.
Over 86 million Morgan dollars were struck at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints in 1921 - the highest output for any year.
While most 1921 Morgans are common, some varieties like the 1921-D and S mint Morgan dollars are scarcer in higher mint state grades.
All 1921 Peace dollars feature a higher relief strike. This was lowered in 1922 to extend die life, creating a one-year coin type.
Strong collector demand has steadily driven up values of Mint State 1921 Morgans and especially the sole date Peace dollar over the decades.
The 1921 Morgan and Peace dollars represent both the end and the beginning - secure these classic silver coins for your collection now.
Gorgeous works of art and tangible history, 1921 silver dollars commemorate a pivotal moment in U.S. numismatics.