1921-D Morgan Silver Dollar. MS-67 (NGC).An attractively toned example exhibiting shades of magenta, amber and midnight blue splashed across both sides. Boldly struck for the issue with splendid eye appeal stemming from the aforementioned toning. This Denver issue represents the tail end of the Morgan dollar series, which had been last struck in 1904, then after several years this same design was put back into use in 1921 for a final trio of deliveries from the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco mints. Although large numbers were struck for the 1921-D, Superb Gems are downright rare today. This is a coin of exceptional quality, and a significant condition rarity that will enhance any specialized collection.NGC Census: 15; 1 finer in this category (MS-68 finest).PCGS# 7298. NGC ID: 256Y.Click here for certification details from NGC.