This final Morgan silver dollar was redesigned by the U.S. Mint's George T. Morgan, 43 years after he created his original in 1878. The Morgan series was suspended in 1904 and the existing hubs destroyed. So the revived final 1921 date had to be recreated and features a unique look in the series.
Only a tiny proportion of surviving Brilliant Uncirculated issues qualify for MS-64 grading, with super luster and only slight surface flaws. Each coin comes in a protective transparent slab with certification from the NGC or PCGS. We double-check each coin to assure that our own rigorous MS-64 standard is met.
Certified coins should never be removed from their cases and cannot be returned once removed.