1922 silver dollars
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The coin on the left is just more fully struck in the rims. This could result from differences in the milling of the collar which directs metal flow toward either the coin's center or its peripheries, but rarely both on a currency strike.

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The High Relief was a  Matte Proof that had markers that are not on the OPs two coins.

I thing DWLanges assessment is correct.

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Interesting, never seen that before.

I noticed they used the same design as the High Relief Die to produce the Medium Relief. 

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