Morgan Dollar with CC Privy Mark (Image Courtesy of The United States Mint)

The United States Mint will be releasing the 100th anniversary of the Morgan Dollar and Peace Dollar this year and there are a lot of dates and ordering details to bare in mind. Demand for these coins are expected to be exceptionally high given that the Numismatic community pushed hard to have these coins produced. Add to that, for the Morgan Dollar, there will be a special privy mark coin for Carson City (CC) and New Orleans (O) to honor those Mint facilities that produced the coin. Those coins will likely be the first to sell out.

To help readers keep tabs on key dates and figures, here is a compiled list of ordering details for all the Morgan and Peace dollars that will be released this year.

2021 Morgan Dollar with CC Privy Mark

  • Price: $85.00
  • Production Limit: 175,000
  • Household Purchase Limit: 10
  • Pre-Order Date: May 24 – June 7 (or while supplies last)
  • Shipping Date: October

2021 Morgan Dollar with O Privy Mark

  • Price: $85.00
  • Production Limit: 175,000
  • Household Purchase Limit: 10
  • Pre-Order Date: May 24 – June 7 (or while supplies last)
  • Shipping Date: October

2021-D Morgan Dollar

  • Price: $85.00
  • Production Limit: 175,000
  • Household Purchase Limit: 10
  • Pre-Order Date: June 1-14 (or while supplies last)
  • Shipping Date: October

2021-S Morgan Dollar

  • Price: $85.00
  • Production Limit: 175,000
  • Household Purchase Limit: 10
  • Pre-Order Date: June 1-14 (or while supplies last)
  • Shipping Date: October

2021 Morgan Dollar

  • Price: $85.00
  • Production Limit: 175,000
  • Household Purchase Limit: 10
  • Pre-Order Date: June 7-21 (or while supplies last)
  • Shipping Date: October

2021 Peace Dollar

  • Price: $85.00
  • Production Limit: 175,000
  • Household Purchase Limit: 10
  • Pre-Order Date: June 7-21 (or while supplies last)
  • Shipping Date: October

Article Updated 4/21/2021 to reflect new household limits

By Clinton

Clinton is the owner and editor of US Coin News. He has been an avid coin collector, primarily of United States coinage, since 1986 after learning about it from his grandfather. Clinton's collection is now over 3,000 coins. Clinton lives in Colorado where he skis in the winter and hikes in the summer when he is not working on his coin collection.

4 thoughts on “Ordering Details of The 2021 Morgan and Peace Dollars”
  1. Well the price isn’t totally nuts though 25 is awfully high per household. That’s an invitation to dealers and speculators. Maybe 5 would have been reasonable, though of course one can get several friends to order too. It is interesting there were no complete boxed sets offered, which seems like a no brainer. Also there was nothing about reverse proofs and the like. I guess that’s good to avoid endless offerings, but it is a little surprising. Maybe the pandemic limited their facilities.

    1. I agree on the household limit. I’m curious if they end up lowering it prior to pre-orders starting. I also am surprised they don’t have a boxed sex of all nor are there Proofs. I think my strategy is going to be straightforward: I’m going for the “O” Privy and then the “D” Morgan if I can’t get it, then the Peace. I”m not going to even try to get all of them.

  2. 175,000 of each coin? If it takes a full 24 hours before it sells out then I’m ok with that. But if they sell out in 5 minutes then WTF was the effort to get these minted in the first place?

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