No 2022 Morgan & Peace Dollars

Discussion in 'US Coins Forum' started by Santinidollar, Mar 19, 2022.

  1. DonDurbin

    DonDurbin Member

    “Are you sure they're not all 'mules'?”

    I do not know what a mule is. The reverse of all my 2021 Morgan and Peace dollars match what is listed on the obverse.
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  3. Hommer

    Hommer Curator of Semi Precious Coinage Supporter

    They had 50/50 chance to get it right, the same chance that you have to get them to change it.
  4. chascat

    chascat Well-Known Member

    There is a 1 in 1,000,000 chance that a Muel Deer can be born all black.
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  5. Vertigo

    Vertigo Did someone say bust?

    Good. Maybe they won't make anymore ever and the few they made this year will be a gold mine later!
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  6. DonDurbin

    DonDurbin Member

    I do not think it is a 50/50 proposition. On the Morgan’s, they have a 1 in 5 chance to get the mint mark correct. (CC privy, O privy, S mint mark, D mint mark, and no mint mark for Philly)
    Looking at my 6 2021 Morgan’s, 5 of them have the O privy mark and the first of them has a CC privy mark.

    Can anyone else confirm that their reverses have the correct mint marks? I checked a couple off eBay and they looked correct.

    Last edited: Apr 4, 2022
  7. DonDurbin

    DonDurbin Member

  8. MustardTiger

    MustardTiger New Member

    how did you get 34? Wasn't there a limit in place to allow more coin enthusiasts a fair shot at acquiring one?
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  9. baseball21

    baseball21 Well-Known Member

    You can buy as many as you want from other people on the aftermarket
  10. MustardTiger

    MustardTiger New Member

    Nobody said otherwise, thanks for sharing. My question was directed to Donny Durbin who said he got them "from the mint"
  11. baseball21

    baseball21 Well-Known Member

    He didn’t. He may have had people buy them for him which he then bought them from but he didn’t order 34 from the mint directly himself
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  12. Tusky Ranger

    Tusky Ranger Active Member

    Now that is something I would have made an attempt to get though I shudder to think of what they would charge, especially in any made it to the secondary market!
  13. LakeEffect

    LakeEffect Average Circulated Supporter

    He answered that question in post #17, although I don't follow the math.
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  14. DonDurbin

    DonDurbin Member

    As I said in a previous post, I asked my nephew to purchase 3 each of the remaining coins.
    Also, I do not appreciate being called “Donny”. If you were trying to offend me, you have succeeded.

    Don Durbin
  15. skm

    skm Member

    34? Holy Bleep!
  16. Jim Dale

    Jim Dale Well-Known Member

    So, that's the reason I couldn't get the (P), CC, O. I knew there was a way to get so many of the Morgans and the Peace.
  17. DonDurbin

    DonDurbin Member

    You cannot blame your inability to get the CC and O Morgans on me. The limit was 10, and I only bought 5 each. You should have tried harder.

  18. baseball21

    baseball21 Well-Known Member

    You have a strange way of talking about the limits lumping multiple products into one limit instead of the individual limit of each.

    By the way there's no math that gets the limit to 10. Every Morgan and the Peace dollar all had a limit of 3 each
  19. DonDurbin

    DonDurbin Member

    The Morgan CC and the Morgan O had a limit of 10 per household. I bought 5 each of them.

    Those were individual limits.
  20. Conder101

    Conder101 Numismatist

    In numismatics a mule is a coin struck from two dies that were not intended to be paired together.
  21. DonDurbin

    DonDurbin Member

    Thanks, that makes a lot more sense than the Mule Deer answer. :)
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