Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Kevin Farley, Sep 12, 2020.
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Quote "The 1921 Zerbe Special Strike Morgan Dollars were struck on special polished dies but on normal circulation type planchets. Zerbe Special Strikes show many hairlines on the devices of the coins compared to circulation strike coins. Additionally, the Zerbe Special Strikes are not on par with the earlier Proof Morgan Dollars of the era but yet, they are better struck that circulation strike coins. There were also no Proof Morgan Dollars struck in 1921. Approximately 150 – 200 Zerbe Special Strike Morgan Dollars are believed to exist." Closed quote
Quote "It's important to note that many numismatists don't consider the Zerbe strikes to be true proof coins, as they often lack the mirrored fields and squared rims." closed quote
My 1921-S has a certain luster to it and has a particular strong strike
Yes unfortunately I got this at a pawn shop and its definitely got some marks. Its still a nice coin though
You should of mentioned that in your first post.
I mean, I thought thats what this forum was for... I do my a lot of research myself and when I hit a dead end I ask people here
That's what I did.. I took the time to find helpful information for you. But I understand.
Good luck with your Morgan!
It’s been horribly polished and cleaned. They made over 21 million of them. It’s worth melt.
Submit it for grading to find out. Just don't try to sell it as such without certification.
Oh I wouldn't do that lol
If mine was an S, I would need $8,000
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