My opinion, now knowing the mintage and what they look like.
for Peace dollars
, this 2021 P is even lower mintage than the 1928-P, and by 160K pieces. All of them will be mintstate though....
for Morgan dollars
, all of them are lower mintage than everything except the 1893-S and 1894-P.
As far as appearance, the two with privy marks could be seen as commemoratives, the privy marks are outliers.
the other 4 could be seen by collectors as part of the sets, with the one caveat of the compositional change to .999 which people may see as not part of the sets and a set of it's own, a set of 6 commemorative strikes......
As commemorative strikes, 175K and 200K are NOT low at all, it's not high, but it's not in the ball park of a rarity, so I guess the question is, how will the "collectors" take these coins to be?
I mean some of the popularity and movement in Morgan and Peace dollars
is absolutely VAMs, collectors getting varieties within a date and mintmark and keeping multiple examples, there isn't that many "full set" collectors out there, there's a couple coins hindering that for a lot of people to accomplish.
I don't know what to make of these, and again, a late year delivery, I guess hoping to toss a bone to the flippers and dealers before Christmas yet again...
I'm not a fan of the Privy marked ones at all. the O looks ridiculous, the CC looks like the sign at my local Chinese food shop, Chinese Cooking
I wanted them since I heard about them, but now that it's basically here, I find myself talking myself out of it for various reasons. I think it maight be the outlay of the $510.00 for all of them...
Like I KNOW the 2020W V75 eagle was $83.00, sells on ebay for at least $300 still in PR69. 2019S ERP was $65.95, now $1000 in PR69, $2000 in PR70. Hard to let it pass on the hope of it actually ADDING some value to my collection when in general, there's a lot of duds I've bought as well over the years. I could see these being thought of as commems and not part of the sets at all, and these aren't like 30K mintages or 75K mintages. these are all at lest 100K units more than those two were.
How could these not be some sort of winners, at least double the issue price in the long run even, yet still I feel pensive over mostly this .999 silver planchet issue and them maybe not being really "accepted" as part of the sets by the hobby and instead being seen as a "side set" like the W quarters are.
I mean even here, these threads didn't wind up on "Modern Coins" they wound up in "US commemoratives and NCLT" that's not a good sign necessarily, morgan and Peace dollars
don't really belong here. LOL