1921 Morgan Silver Dollars
Morgan Silver Dollars were minted from 1878 to 1904 and then stopped. Minting was resumed for one year in 1921. Originally called “Liberty Head” Silver dollars, they later became known as “Morgan” silver dollars, named after the designer George T. Morgan.
The design on the front of the coin is a portrait of Miss Liberty surrounded by 13 stars for the 13 colonies. She wears a coronet with the word Liberty surrounded by cotton and wheat, staples of our young nation. On the back, a bald eagle holds an olive branch of peace and arrows, symbols of America’s desire of peace and our willingness to fight for it.
A Fascinating History
Morgan Silver Dollars have a fascinating
history that began in the Wild West frontier days.
When Jesse James and the Younger brothers were
robbing banks and stagecoaches in the 1870’s and
the 1880’s, most of the money they grabbed was
Morgan Silver Dollars. These coins were also used
on gaming tables in Nevada for many years before
chips replaced them.
In 1980, the bull market in silver bullion sent the price to nearly $50 per ounce. This happened when the Hunt Brothers tried to “corner” the silver market. Before the
U.S. government stepped in and disallowed the purchase of silver contracts on the commodity future’s markets, the price of investor grade Morgan Silver Dollars was pushed to almost
$100 per coin.
Since that time, they have been collected as appreciating assets and investments. Since 2000, 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars like these have more than tripled in value.
Worth $50 to $100 in 2017 or 2018?
Experts in many of the financial journals see the rate of inflation accelerating in the coming years. They are predicting that the price of silver could hit $50 or even $100 per ounce in 2017 or 2018 … if inflation starts to rise, if the dollar starts to fall, or if another financial crisis hits the world markets. If any of these events occur, U.S. Morgan Silver Dollars could be worth as much as $75 or $150 per coin.
Why I Can Make You this Offer
I am able to make you this offer because in 2004 I bought a collection of Morgan Silver Dollars from a gentleman who needed to sell in 7 days. He wanted to take advantage of another financial opportunity. Coin dealers offered him 50% of the retail value of his collection – which is a normal offer from dealers – but I was willing to pay him 15% more. This resulted in more money for him – and a very good investment for me.
NOTE: Supplies are limited. This offer is good until these 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars are gone.