The Peace Dollar was really a commemorative coin to mark the end of World War I. 1921 dated coins were struck in high relief which was found to be impractical by banks as the coins could not be stacked very high.
The design was therefore modified for the 1922-1935 Peace Dollars. They were struck in Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco. 1928 is the rarest date although in top grade the 1934-S Peace Dollar is the most coveted.
VG to XF
A pleasing example of this first year Peace Dollar with crisp brilliant mint luster.
Well struck with rich creamy luster and a touch of mottled gold toning. The surfaces are silky smooth with minimal abrasions and the overall eye appeal is exceptional. Only 7 coins have graded numerically higher at PCGS.
Flashy mint luster and a great strike. The core is brilliant with a touch of attractive toning towards the rim. The surfaces are satiny smooth and nearly mark-free.
CAC. Intense creamy white luster and a great strike.
Sharp strike with rich brilliant luster and just a trace of toning. Very nice!
Velvety white luster and a sharp strike. Very nice.
19 million coins struck yet remarkably elusive in high grade. Just 3 coins have graded higher than this Gem at PCGS! This extremely well struck coin has vibrant, bright mint luster with delicate shades of green and gold. This is easily the nicest '23-S dollar we've ever handled!