The last Morgans and very first Peace silver dollars rolled off the coin presses 100 years ago. Resurrected when its hubs were destroyed after suspension in 1904, the final year 1921 Morgan differs slightly from the earlier pieces issued in the lengthy series. Ousting the Morgan in the final week of the same year, the Peace dollar debuted sporting an experimental high-relief design. This slowed the minting process, which contributed to its low output of just 1,006,473. Both of these 90% silver dollars are in well-preserved Very Fine quality.