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About $14 or $15, depending on how worn it is.

Your coin is an example of the famous Morgan dollar series, named for the artist who designed it. The woman's head is of course (!) Miss Liberty, with an image similar to the one used for the Statue of Liberty.

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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.


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.


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There's no such coin. If you have a large (38.1 mm) dollar with a spread-winged eagle on the back and Miss Liberty on the front, it's made of silver.


That description of the eagle would make it a 1921 Morgan dollar, NOT a Peace dollar. It's an extremely common date, with coins often selling in the $20-$25 range.


The Walking Liberty Dollar, better known as a Silver Eagle is a US bullion coin. On the obverse (heads) it features a woman personifying liberty, in her hand she has an olive branch and her other hand is outstretched to the sun. Flowing in front of her is an American flag. This is the same obverse (heads) design that was used on the Walking Liberty Half Dollar. On the reverse (tails) it features an eagle with its wings spread, olive branches grasped in one foot and arrows in another with stars above it. It says above the stars "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA" and below it "1 OZ. FINE SILVER ~ ONE DOLLAR". They are worth generally the price of silver in the coin (with usually a dollar or two added because of the fact it is a coin) which is always higher than the one dollar face value.


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The "Mercury" coin is a dime. In addition the P mint mark was first used on $1 coins starting in 1979 so that letter can't be on a 1921 dollar. A 1921 Morgan Dollar (eagle on reverse with spread wings facing forward) is the most common silver dollar and is valued by its silver content. A 1921 P Peace Dollar (eagle perched in profile) is one of the harder dates to find and is worth at least $50 badly worn and a few hundred if uncirculated.


"Morgan dollar" is the name given to the design used on US silver dollars minted from 1878 to 1904 and in 1921. It comes from the coin's designer, George T. Morgan, who is considered to be one of the greatest artists to have created US coins. The front of the coin has a portrait of Miss Liberty facing to the left. The image is very similar to the one that's portrayed on the Statue of Liberty, which was designed at roughly the same time. The reverse has a spread-winged eagle carrying arrows and an olive branch. There are pictures at the Related Link.


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You need to give us the year of the coin. Without knowing the year it is absolutely impossible to answer your question.


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The US made both silver and gold $1 coins in 1879.The large silver dollar is the more common of the 2. It has a picture of Miss Liberty on the front and a spread-winged eagle on the back. The gold dollar is about the size of a dime, and has a Native American princess on the front and a large number "1" on the back.There's more information at the Related Questions below.


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The coins were issued for different purposes and have different designs. The Trade dollar was slightly heavier and issued only for Overseas circulation, mainly in the Orient. It had a Liberty figure seated on the front (the joke was on a toilet seat) while the reverse has a heraldic eagle. (Oddly the positions of the olive branch and arrows in the eagle's talons are reversed, signifying a preference for war. The Morgan dollar is only one of a series of silver dollars that were minted for use in the US. "Morgan" refers to its designer, George T. Morgan, rather than to the denomination as a whole. Other silver-dollar designs included Liberty Head, Peace, Seated Liberty, etc. Morgan's design shows stylized Goddess of Liberty with a visored crown, and seems to be based on the Greek goddess Arethusa - a maritime goddess- maybe the princess of Atlantis, so to speak, while the tails side shows a spread-winged American eagle. Both Latin and Gothic letterings are used on the reverse of the Morgan dollar.


If you mean a silver dollar. Two different types of silver dollars were issued in 1921 with very different values. This was the last year for Morgan dollars and the first year for Peace dollars. The simplest way to tell the two apart is on the reverse of a Peace dollar the eagle is standing on a rock with its wings folded, the Morgan has the wings spread out. Please post a new question with more information.



Two different types of silver dollars were issued in 1921 with very different values. This was the last year for Morgan dollars and the first year for Peace dollars. The simplest way to tell the two apart is on the reverse of a Peace dollar the eagle is standing on a rock with its wings folded, the Morgan has the wings spread out. Please post new question with more information


Two different types of silver dollars were issued in 1921 with very different values. This was the last year for Morgan dollars and the first year for Peace dollars. The simplest way to tell the two apart is on the reverse of a Peace dollar the eagle is standing on a rock with its wings folded, the Morgan has the wings spread out. Please post new question with more information.


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No such thing exists. There are 2 types of dollars issued in 1921, none of which are silver eagles (the silver eagle bullion coin program wouldn't be created till the 1980s) so you need to post a new question (or search for, because the question has been asked multiple times) telling if you have a Morgan dollar or a Peace dollar. Morgan dollars have the eagle on the reverse with wings spread surrounded by a wreath and are common and only worth about $25 for silver content. Peace dollars have an eagle perched on a rock inscribed PEACE and are more rare and are worth differing amounts depending on the wear on the coin.


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