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 re-creation was somewhat different from all earlier Morgans, with generally less relief. Another unique attribute is that the 1921 issue is the only San Francisco date to carry a Microscopic S mintmark. Our Brilliant Uncirculated quality has nice original luster and no sign of wear (some bags marks are present, as is normal).