U.S. Morgan Silver Dollar 1921-D About Uncirculated
The Denver Mint began producing coinage in 1906, two years after the Morgan
had been suspended. Then, in 1921, the government decided that more
silver dollars were needed. George T. Morgan, now the U.S. Mintís Chief
Engraver, redesigned his famous coin with generally less relief and smaller
mintmarks. Denverís 1921 Morgan carried the only 'Micro D' mintmark
ever. Our one-grade lower AU coins feature the same luster as BU but minor wear on the highest points of the design.
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