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A 1921 silver dollar with the eagle's wings are folded would be a Peace dollar. This design was put into production at the end of that year and is much less common than the 1921 Morgan-design coin. Because of its relative rarity, any apparent 1921 Peace dollar should be inspected by a professional to determine its authenticity.

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It's a very common Peace dollar, circulated coins are valued at $16.00-$24.00

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Two types of silver dollars were issued in 1921, a Morgan dollar and a Peace dollar. The easy way to tell the difference is on the reverse (back) of a Peace dollar the eagles wings are folded, on the Morgan they are spread out. Post a new question after you find out which one you have. The values are very different.

Two different types of US silver dollars have the date of 1921 on them. This was the last year of issue for the Morgan dollar and the first year of the Peace dollars. An easy way to tell the difference is, on the reverse of the Morgan dollars the eagles wings are spread out. The Peace dollars have the eagles wings folded. Current market value of a low grade Morgan is $30.00. The Peace dollar is $65.00.

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Your 1928 silver dollar is a "PEACE" dollar. For this year of issue it's very important to see if there is a mintmark (S) on the reverse, it's just above the tip of the eagles folded wings, very close to the rim. It makes a big difference in value. If you see the S a low value for the coin is $30.00. A coin with no S, low value is $235.00. Take it to a dealer or collector for an assessment.

The last Morgan dollars were minted in 1921. If your dollar has an eagle with folded wings on the back it's a Peace dollar.

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1922 is by far the most common date for Peace dollars. At current silver prices, one is worth about $26.

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All Peace dollars have the same design so the eagle's wings will be folded regardless of date or mint mark. The latter 2 are more important factors in the coin's value, along with the date. Please see the link below

There's no such coin. All Peace dollars have the same design, with eagle's wings folded.

It's not a silver eagle. Silver eagles are modern bullion coins sold to collectors. The dollar denomination is entirely artificial. A 1922 dollar coin is called a Peace dollar and was minted for use in daily commerce. At that time the price of silver was controlled and the coin contained a dollar's worth of silver.

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