Amass your Own Hoard of this First, Last and Only Morgan Silver Dollar
In 1918, hundreds of millions of Morgan Silver Dollars were melted, and the U.S. sent the silver to the British to help them during World War I. By 1921, the Philadelphia Mint was striking Morgans again. But it was the "last hurrah" for America's favorite Silver Dollar. After 1921, Morgans would never be struck again. The 1921 Morgan is actually a one-year-only issue, because it was a new design of the classic Morgan with stronger hair detail on Miss Liberty. So, the 1921 is a first, last and only Silver Dollar. Because they're disappearing so fast, we undertook a herculean effort to buy as many as we could in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition. We're releasing our entire stock to you, we're not holding any back. Here's your chance to amass your own hoard of Morgans - and save when you buy in quantity. Call!