The United States Mint has issued a limited number of Morgan Dollars with a 2021 expiration date to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the last Morgan Dollar. An unmarked coin from the Philadelphia Mint is depicted on the reverse of this artwork.
Following a lengthy period of anticipation, the United States Mint has released a new Morgan Dollar, which ranks among the most popular coin series in history.
As a result, this issue will include Morgan Dollars from each of the mints that produced them, making it a must-have for coin collectors of both contemporary and vintage United States coins.
Only 175,000 of each of the five different Morgan Dollar versions for the year 2021 will be manufactured! On the reverse, the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. is shown in profile and embellished with cotton blooms and wheat ear symbols, which represent the agricultural industry of the United States of America.
The reverse depicts an American eagle with its wings spread, holding an olive branch in its talons and a sling of arrows in its talons. The eagle is usually surrounded by a wreath of laurel, which represents victory. It is made of silver and weighs 0.858 oz.
The distinctive "O" mint mark from New Orleans was produced at the Philadelphia Mint under a private mark, rather than the city's official mark.