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1923-D Peace Dollar PCGS MS64
This Early Mintage Peace Dollar Has Survived in Style!
The 1920s marked a decade of unprecedented prosperity for the U.S.--World War I was over, peace reigned, and business was booming. It was fitting, then, that the U.S. Mint should introduce a new, popular silver dollar series to follow the success of the Morgan Silver Dollar. But, the Peace Dollars carried a significant difference--there were far fewer of them! While the Morgan Silver Dollars featured a total mintage of more than 656 million coins, only 191 million Peace Dollars were struck for circulation…and many of those met the same fate as the Morgan Silver Dollars in later years. As the last series produced with 90% silver, they were melted for their silver content in vast quantities. But now GovMint.com has secured a small number of these coins, ideal for collectors and silver stackers alike.
Designed by Anthony de Francisci, the obverse of the 1923 Peace Dollar features a young, beautiful Lady Liberty facing left, her hair flowing in the wind and graced with a crown of bright rays. The inscriptions on the obverse include "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST," and the date 1923. Its reverse depicts an eagle, wings folded, clutching an olive branch in its talons as a sun rises brilliantly in the background. The reverse’s inscriptions include "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," and "ONE DOLLAR," as well as the "D" mint mark, indicating it was minted at the Denver mint. Importantly, your coin has been graded MS64 by Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS), so not only has it survived through more than ninety years of tumultuous history--it has done so without losing a step. Now you can add this remarkable coin to your collection by ordering today!
|Year of Issue||1923|
|Mint Name||Denver - D|
|Coin Weight||26.73 Grams - g|