1921 Philadelphia Morgan Silver Dollar Extra Fine. The Morgan silver dollar series was suspended in 1904 and six years later the U.S. Mint destroyed the existing hubs. Then, in 1921, the government decided that more Morgan silver dollars were needed. George T. Morgan, now the U.S. Mint's Chief Engraver, had to redesign his famous coin from original 1878 models. His recreation was somewhat different from all earlier Morgans, with generally less relief.
1921 Philadelphia Peace Silver Dollar Extra Fine. In 1921, a total of just 1,006,473 Peace dollars were struck. Only the Philadelphia Mint produced the new coin, from December 26th to the 31st, and the coin's experimental high-relief designs slowed the minting process. This 1921 issue remains the only American silver dollar ever struck in beautiful high-relief. Sharply detailed Extra Fine quality.