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.
A very sharp strike with rich satiny white surfaces and minimal marks.
Well struck with lustrous silver-white surfaces that show a touch of toning at the rim.
Swirling white luster with a tiny touch of gold at the rim. The strike is strong and the surfaces are devoid of significant marks.
VAM-1D. Whisker Cheek. Late Die State.
Very sharply struck with satiny white surfaces.
Flashy white luster and a great strike.
CAC. Vibrant mint luster with a champagne hue. The strike is very sharp and the surfaces are free from significant marks.
Cream-white luster and a sharp strike.
Blast white and a sharp strike. Outstanding for the grade!
Flashy white luster and a sharp strike.
Mostly white and well struck with light golden toning.
CAC. Satiny white luster and a solid strike.
CAC. Tied for the finest graded at PCGS plus CAC approved. This is a beautiful dollar with satiny white luster and just a sprinkle of toning to attest to originality. The strike is very sharp and the few tiny tics are hidden and don't distract from the wonderful eye appeal.
CAC. Blast white and a great strike with beautiful clean satiny surfaces.
CAC. Flashy white surfaces and a sharp strike with nearly mark-free surfaces including a clean cheek.
CAC. Rich satiny silver-white surfaces with a faint brush of gold. The strike is sharp and there are minimal marks. The eye appeal is outstanding!
CAC. Blast white and a great strike with beautiful surfaces that are devoid of significant marks. It's hard to imagine a nicer MS-65!