1922-D Silver Peace Dollar NGC/PCGS MS64

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First-Year Standard Relief Peace Dollar

The very first “Peace” Silver Dollar, so named for its introduction at the end of World War I, was a failure. Struck in 1921 and released to the public in the early days of 1922, its stunning high-relief design was notoriously difficult to strike. And so, soon after the calendar flipped over to 1922, the U.S. Mint re-designed the coin for a standard relief strike, and the rest is history. The last silver dollar struck for circulation in 90% fine silver, these coins celebrated our victory in World War I, became associated with speakeasies and big-screen gangsters, and were eventually rounded up and melted down. Today the Peace Dollar has become an unequivocal collector favorite.

Now you can add one of the first-year standard-relief Peace Silver Dollars, struck in 90% fine silver at the Denver Mint, to your collection. Each coin available here has been certified by either the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) or the Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) as being in Choice Uncirculated Mint State-64 (MS64) condition. Grading service varies. Don’t miss your chance to obtain a high-grade key-date coin from this fabulous  often-overlooked series!

  • HIGH GRADE FOR BEAUTIFUL DETAIL – While lower grade Peace Dollars are often worn, those like these specimens graded in Mint State 64 (MS64) condition are very attractive and show off the detail that made them such a beautiful design when they were first minted back in the Roaring Twenties.
  • NEARLY 100 YEARS OLD – Each coin in this offering is dated 1922, meaning they are more than 95 years old! They hail from a nostalgic era of silent films, flappers, raccoon coats, and boyish bob hairstyles for women. It was an exciting era that came to a sudden end when the Great Depression ruined the economy. Spending these coins became an absolute necessity to survive meaning few of them survived to today in nice condition.
  • HIGH SILVER CONTENT – Each coin is struck in an ounce of 90% fine silver.
  • FAMOUS DESIGN – The design created by Anthony di Francisci, was the result of a contest for a new silver dollar that promoted peace following the end of World War I. The Italian-born sculptor used his wife for the model of Lady Liberty in his attempt to capture the spirit of his adopted country.

The 1922-D Peace Silver Dollar is the first standard relief coin in the series. Here’s your chance to get one graded in Mint State-64 condition. These coins fueled the Roaring ’20s and they’ll be the Bees Knees in your collection!

Year of Issue 1922
Country United States
Composition Silver
Purity 0.9000
Condition Graded, Uncirculated
Grade MS64
Denomination 1.00
Currency Type Dollar
Mint Name Denver - D
Coin Weight 26.73 Grams - g
Dimensions 38.1mm