|The 1921 Pilgrim Tercentenary Commemorative Half Dollars commemorated the 300th anniversary of the landing of the Pilgrims at Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1620. The 1921 examples of this commemorative were the second and final year of this issue and were minted in much lower numbers than the 1920. The obverse shows an image of William Bradford who was the governor of the Plymouth Colony. The reverse shows a really impressive rendition of the Mayflower which seems to be of relatively high-relief. This example of the Pilgrim half dollar is graded MS66+ by PCGS. The coin has extremely bright overall luster which is likely one of the reasons for the plus grade. The coin has only a few minor marks scattered about, none of which are distracting. The coin also has some minor toning, mostly on the reverse. Overall, this is a very nice example of the issue and a relative bargain considering an example graded half a point higher would cost more than double the price of this coin.