There is .77344 of a Troy ounce (a little than 24 grams) of pure silver in a 1921 U.S. silver dollar.
No, nor are ANY U.S. silver coins pure silver. It's 90% silver with 10% copper.
There is around .77 ounces in a 1921 US silver dollar.
The 1924 silver dollar is not pure silver. It is mixture of 90% pure silver and 10% copper.
A 1921 US silver dollar contains .76 troy ounces.
The ASW (Actual Silver Weight) of the coin is .77344oz of pure silver. All Morgan an Peace dollars have this amount of silver.
A 1921 Morgan dollar is worth about $25.00
The entire series of Morgan dollars (1878-1904 & 1921) all contain .77344oz of pure silver in each coin.
In 1921, the US Treasury minted both a Morgan and Peace Silver Dollar. Which type do you possess? Please provide to me the mint mark, mint state, and the type of coin, and I will subsequently relay to you its worth. Also, NO U.S. circulating coin is pure silver. Silver is too soft by itself, and is always alloyed with copper. Silver dollars minted in 1935 and before are 10% copper. it is a Morgan dollar, no mint mark
The Morgan series ended in 1921. Your coin is a Peace dollar. In any case, both Morgan and Peace dollars contain .77344 oz of pure silver.
that year they had two different types of silver dollars the Morgan Dollar and the Peace dollar
No it's not pure silver, only 90% silver and 10% copper.
A 1921 Half Dollar is 90% silver. It has a melt value of somewhere around $12. The related link below has more information.
1922 silver dollar with closed eagle wings
If such a coin exists, it was made by some private company and NOT the U.S. Mint. No coins ever made for circulation were pure silver, and the last year for genuine Morgans was 1921.
A US silver dollar from 1840 to 1935 contains .77344oz of pure silver.
Neither. The Morgan silver dollar is 90% silver, 10% copper.
The net weight of pure silver is .77344oz
The Actual Silver Weight (ASW) of a Peace dollar is .77344oz of pure silver.
there were two silver dollars struck in 1921. the Morgan dollar and the peace dollar. Send more specific info; condition might be helpful too.
no the Morgan dollar is made of 90.0% Silver and 10.0% Copper
Yes. That's a Morgan silver dollar.
The Morgan dollar is 90% silver, or contains about .77 troy ounce of pure silver.
There can't be a pure silver 1965 dollar. No silver dollars were minted after 1935, and in any case pure silver is too soft for circulating coins. They all contained at least 10% copper.
You can take it to the bank and get a dollar. If it is a .999 pure silver dollar then do NOT take it to the bank.
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