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1923-P Peace Dollar NGC/PCGS MS64
A Big Year for the Peace Silver Dollar – But How Many are Still Left?
What luck! We recently discovered a small hoard of 1923 Peace Dollars in amazing, never-been circulated condition. This series was struck for just 10 years between 1921 and 1928, and again in 1934 and 1935. The last true 90% fine Silver Dollar struck by the U.S. Mint for circulation, it was an important sign of our victory in World War I and the peace that victory brought.
These Peace Dollars were struck at the “Mother Mint” in Philadelphia the same year the Hollywood sign was inaugurated and the year the Yankees played their first home game in the old stadium. The Philadelphia Mint’s production of 1923 Peace Dollars also represent the second largest mintage of the series. But due to numerous melts of 1923 and in the years that followed, the number of remaining coins is significantly less than when they were issued.
The Peace Silver Dollar was designed by 33-year-old Italian-American sculptor Anthony De Francisci, who used his wife, Teresa Cafarelli, as his model for Lady Liberty. The design presents Lady Liberty wearing a crown of rays on the obverse while the reverse features an eagle holding the olive branches of peace, rather than the typical olive branches and arrows of war. The coin's original reverse showed an eagle breaking a sword to symbolize disarmament at the end of the war. Mint officials were concerned this depiction would signify defeat and had the sword removed. The result was a beautiful symbol of peace for the ages!
Each coin in this offer has been graded by either the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as being in Choice Uncirculated Mint State-64 (MS64) condition. It features amazing luster with attractive overall quality and pleasing eye appeal so that every detail is crisp and sharp. Grading service varies.
What better coin to own than a sought-after silver dollar issued in honor of peace! Its rich symbolism is something every collector must own. Be sure to secure your 1923-P Peace Dollar now and start telling its compelling story to friends and fellow collectors today!
- LAST CIRCULATING SILVER DOLLAR – Peace Silver Dollars were struck from 1921-1928 and again in 1934 & 1934 in 1923 and were the last silver dollars struck for circulation in the United States.
- RICH IN SYMBOLISM – The Peace Dollars were struck to commemorate the peace following the end of World War I. Designed by Italian-American sculptor Anthony De Francisci, it presents Lady Liberty wearing a crown of rays on the obverse while the reverse features an eagle holding the olive branches of peace, rather than the typical olive branches and arrows of war.
- STRUCK IN HIGHLY PURE SILVER – These coins were struck at the Philadelphia Mint in 26.73 grams of 90% fine silver.
- UNITED STATES LEGAL TENDER – Peace Silvers Dollars were $1 legal tender in the United States.
- CHOICE UNCIRCULATED CONDITION – Each coin in this offer has been graded by either the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as being in Choice Uncirculated Mint State-64 (MS64) condition.
- LIMITED UNKNOWN MINTAGE – The 1923 Peace Dollar is the second largest mintage of the series. But the number of remaining coins is significantly less than when they were issued, due to numerous melts of 1923. Be sure to secure yours now, as this fine "peace" may never be available here again!
Every committed coin collector should have one, if not ALL Peace Dollars, so order this one right now. It is an enduring piece of American coin history symbolizing world peace – in gleaming 90% silver! Get one or two 1923-P Peace Dollars for your treasured collection today!
|Year of Issue||1923|
|Mint Name||Philadelphia - P, U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||26.73 Grams - g|
|Weight||1 Ounce - oz|