Discussion in 'Coin Chat' started by Vess1, May 17, 2021.
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I thought they won't be making them in that way hmmm.
Other Mint insights
Ryder said the U.S. Mint was challenged with the 2021 Morgan and Peace dollars to secure sufficient planchets and coordinate output from three separate production facilities in three different states. (doubtful any more will be made this year than posted mintage)
Menna said the digital sculpting of the 2021 Morgan and Peace dollars, using original tooling from the earlier silver dollar issues, resulted in the best possible product for the newest issues.
*The 2021 coins are not considered high relief, Menna said. The portrait relief was adjusted so it does not extend above the rim of each coin, he said.*
I don't care right now.
Surely you mean "smoking in the restroom"?
But if so, and as it appears from photos that some have already been certified "high relief," wont THEY bring forth a premium to beat all premiums...!
@Mac McDonald that's the first time I've been quoted 11 times in a row!
As for your question, the coins have not even been released yet, so none could have been graded. These are computer generated sample photos.
"To re-create these designs for the 2021 coins, the Mint used historic assets such as coins, dies, and high resolution images to capture the artists’ original intent. However, the 2021 Peace Dollar isn’t struck in high relief like the original coin. The 1921 high relief design rose higher than the border, which makes the design elements susceptible to damage. The relief of the 2021 Peace and Morgan Dollars matches modern commemorative coin specifications."
You mean this :
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