1921-S San Francisco 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. In 1921, more silver dollars were needed. George T. Morgan, now the U.S. Mint’s Chief Engraver, redesigned his famous coin from original 1878 models. This re-creation was somewhat different from all earlier Morgans, with generally less relief and was the only San Francisco date to carry a micro-S mintmark.
1926-S San Francisco Peace Silver Dollar, Extra Fine. The 1926-S Peace dollar production rose to 6.9 million, but as few as 1% of the original mintage is estimated to survive in mint-state quality. By contrast, BU specimens of the peak-production 1922 Philadelphia issue are believed to be over 50 times as plentiful as this 1926-S issue is today. That limited availability for Uncirculated specimens makes issues like our Extra Fine pieces desirable for collectors looking for a deal.