United States of America, 1921 Morgan Silver Dollar Very Fine
The Morgan silver dollar is named after its British engraver George Morgan. They stopped making them in 1904, but for some reason they made them again in 1921, the same year they made the Peace Dollar for the first time. The 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars are very different than the previous issue. The relief is much lower and even from a distance, you can quickly see the difference. They are struck in 900 fine silver and as stated are a one-year-only type coin. They are the last ever Morgan Silver Dollar. On offer here is a circulated example of this one-year type coin.