I was recently looking through an a collection of coins that my father passed down to me. There were a few Morgan Dollars in the collection that I have never really studied much. Because I have never really looked at the details on the Morgan Dollars, I decided to get them out and study them. I noticed that one of the 1921 Morgan Silver Dollars looked a little different. So on closer inspection, I started seeing the impression from another strike. I am not sure if it's another coin ( as in a double denomination) or a double strike because I have seen several double struck 1921 Morgan Silver Dolllars that were double struck in collar. It is difficult to see some of the details unless you have the coin in your hand. But the double strike is evident all over the coin. The first spot I noticed was the P on the side of the head. It is either a P or a D to the left of the ear. This could also be something else I guess, but it looks like a letter to me. I think maybe it was a peace dollar or something because I can see what look like the spikes that are on a peace dollar..... but I am not sure. The coolest part about this coin is the lips! It looks like a die break on the lips. At first glimpse, it did appear to be a die break, but when I looked at the "die break" head on, I noticed it was something different! There are 2 numbers printed on the lips! A 3 and a 0! Now I am not 100% sure if the second number is a 0 but the first is definitely a 3! When you look directly down at the coin, you can't see the numbers! But when you look straight at it, they are there! You must hold the coin flat and out in front of you to see the numbers! Its really crazy! I wonder if the person working at the mint tried to sneak his favorite number in on the coin or what? They did a really good job at hiding it, if it was done intentionally. I just thought this was a really cool coin!