2021 Morgan Dollars P/D/S 3-PC Set MS69

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2021 Morgan Dollars P/D/S 3-PC Set MS69
 
One hundred years after the final Morgan Silver Dollars were struck at the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco Mints in 1921, the U.S. Mint has given the series new life with the issuance of these stunning new legal tender Morgan Silver Dollars. This 2021 low mintage set features three mint fresh Morgan Silver Dollars struck for the first time ever in .999 pure silver. The coins were created by U.S. Mint designers, sculptors, and engravers scanning old assets, including original, hubs, and plasters. The finest scanned components were digitally mapped and pieced together to create these stunning new design renditions. 
 
In 1921 the U.S. Mint struck 44,690,000 coins in Philadelphia, 20,345,000 coins in Denver and 21,695,000 in San Francisco. The mintages for these new coins is capped at only 175,000 coins for each mint, making them absolute rarities. The 2021 Denver coin is only the second Morgan Silver Dollar issued with a D mintmark!   

MINT DIRECTORS SERIES COINS MDS – NGC SIGNATURE CERTIFIED BLACK CORE LABELS
 
Edmund C. Moy, the 38th Director of the U.S. Mint, and David J Ryder, 39th Director of the U.S. Mint are individually autographing labels for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®), under an exclusive arrangement. Moy served from 2006 to 2011, and Ryder served as both 34th and 39th 1992 to 1993 and returned to the position from 2018-2021. Both men were named in Coin World’s Most Influential People (1960-2020). Moy and Ryder brought many exciting modern coins to the marketplace, greatly enhancing the tradition of U.S. coin collecting with their leadership.
 
Condition
 
Because of the many advances in modern minting technology in the one hundred years since the final 1921 Morgan Dollars rolled off the presses in 1921, these new coins are sharper and more brilliant. They can be seen for the first time as the designer George T Morgan intended. We showcase the coins in MS69 condition by NGC. The grade MS69 is awarded to a fully struck coin with nearly imperceptible imperfections. These coins are housed in sonically sealed tamper-proof holders that guarantee their high MS69 grade and will protect and preserve their full strike and lustrous surfaces for future generations of collectors to enjoy. Over the 27 years of Morgan Dollar production, 1876-1921, some 657 million Morgan Dollars were produced in 96 different date-and-mint combinations. NGC has previously Only certified seven Morgan Dollars in MS69 condition and only one thousand two hundred forty coins in MS68 condition. Only two Morgan Silver Dollars issued between 1878 and 1921 have a lower mintage than these new coins dated 2021! The 1893 S mintage 100,000, and 1894 (P) 110,000. Those coins list in the 2021 U.S. Red Book price guide for $600,000 and $35,000 respectively in MS65 condition.
 
 
Collector Highlights
 
• Each coin has a low mintage of only 175,000 coins – Absolute rarity
• First year of issue for New annual series!
• NGC had only certified 7 coins in MS69 condition prior to the release of these coins
• Morgan dollars minted from 1878-1921 were .900 pure silver. These are .999 pure silver
• 2021 Denver Mint Morgan is only the second Morgan Dollar issued with a D mintmark
• Third lowest mintage in the series behind only the 1893 S 100,000 & 1894 (P) 110,000.
• All 3 coins individually hand-signed by David J. Ryder, 39th Director of the U.S. Mint 

Description

2021 Morgan Dollars P/D/S 3-PC Set MS69
 
One hundred years after the final Morgan Silver Dollars were struck at the Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco Mints in 1921, the U.S. Mint has given the series new life with the issuance of these stunning new legal tender Morgan Silver Dollars. This 2021 low mintage set features three mint fresh Morgan Silver Dollars struck for the first time ever in .999 pure silver. The coins were created by U.S. Mint designers, sculptors, and engravers scanning old assets, including original, hubs, and plasters. The finest scanned components were digitally mapped and pieced together to create these stunning new design renditions. 
 
In 1921 the U.S. Mint struck 44,690,000 coins in Philadelphia, 20,345,000 coins in Denver and 21,695,000 in San Francisco. The mintages for these new coins is capped at only 175,000 coins for each mint, making them absolute rarities. The 2021 Denver coin is only the second Morgan Silver Dollar issued with a D mintmark!   

MINT DIRECTORS SERIES COINS MDS – NGC SIGNATURE CERTIFIED BLACK CORE LABELS
 
Edmund C. Moy, the 38th Director of the U.S. Mint, and David J Ryder, 39th Director of the U.S. Mint are individually autographing labels for Numismatic Guaranty Corporation® (NGC®), under an exclusive arrangement. Moy served from 2006 to 2011, and Ryder served as both 34th and 39th 1992 to 1993 and returned to the position from 2018-2021. Both men were named in Coin World’s Most Influential People (1960-2020). Moy and Ryder brought many exciting modern coins to the marketplace, greatly enhancing the tradition of U.S. coin collecting with their leadership.
 
Condition
 
Because of the many advances in modern minting technology in the one hundred years since the final 1921 Morgan Dollars rolled off the presses in 1921, these new coins are sharper and more brilliant. They can be seen for the first time as the designer George T Morgan intended. We showcase the coins in MS69 condition by NGC. The grade MS69 is awarded to a fully struck coin with nearly imperceptible imperfections. These coins are housed in sonically sealed tamper-proof holders that guarantee their high MS69 grade and will protect and preserve their full strike and lustrous surfaces for future generations of collectors to enjoy. Over the 27 years of Morgan Dollar production, 1876-1921, some 657 million Morgan Dollars were produced in 96 different date-and-mint combinations. NGC has previously Only certified seven Morgan Dollars in MS69 condition and only one thousand two hundred forty coins in MS68 condition. Only two Morgan Silver Dollars issued between 1878 and 1921 have a lower mintage than these new coins dated 2021! The 1893 S mintage 100,000, and 1894 (P) 110,000. Those coins list in the 2021 U.S. Red Book price guide for $600,000 and $35,000 respectively in MS65 condition.
 
 
Collector Highlights
 
• Each coin has a low mintage of only 175,000 coins – Absolute rarity
• First year of issue for New annual series!
• NGC had only certified 7 coins in MS69 condition prior to the release of these coins
• Morgan dollars minted from 1878-1921 were .900 pure silver. These are .999 pure silver
• 2021 Denver Mint Morgan is only the second Morgan Dollar issued with a D mintmark
• Third lowest mintage in the series behind only the 1893 S 100,000 & 1894 (P) 110,000.
• All 3 coins individually hand-signed by David J. Ryder, 39th Director of the U.S. Mint