To get an up-to-date valuation for 1921 silver dollars, visit a website that offers current values, such as CoinStudy.com. This site provides updated values for the Morgan silver dollar, which was minted from 1878 to 1921, and the Peace silver dollar, which was minted from 1921 to 1935.
The site offers price charts that categorize the value of a coin by date and condition, with separate values for good, fine, extremely fine and uncirculated coins. Uncirculated coins typically have the highest values. The values include typical selling and listing costs and are designed to reflect the amount the seller would receive after expenses from a sale.
Some mintings of the Morgan silver dollar can sell for thousands of dollars, as of 2015, but the 1921 coin is relatively common and is one of the least valuable Morgan silver dollars. The 1921 Morgan silver dollar was the only version to be minted in Denver. The value of the coin can vary based on the location of the mint. 1921 Morgan silver dollars with a “D” mintmark were minted in Denver, and coins with an “S” mintmark were minted in San Francisco.
The 1921 Peace dollar is one of the rarest Peace dollars. The only Peace dollar with a higher valuation is the 1928 Peace dollar.