APMEX Showcase: 1921 Peace Dollars
This is a follow-up article to our showcase of the 1921 Peace Dollar MS-65 NGC, this time offering a variety of options. Read that full article here.
We highlighted the popular 1921 Peace Dollar with a high-grade MS-65 NGC selection. However, we would be remiss to not let you know about other options we have that may be a better fit for your collection – or your budget.
The Sheldon Grading Scale is used by third-party grading services to determine and denote a coin's official grade, from a scale of 1 to 70. Going just one grade down from our Showcase piece, you will find this 1921 Peace Dollar MS-64 NGC. Though being one grade lower, this option is nearly half the price! A grade of 64 is still incredibly high, especially for a coin that is almost 100 years old.
Some collectors love finding nicely toned coins, and APMEX offers a great selection of toned Silver Dollars. For example, take a look at this 1921 Peace Dollars MS-64 PCGS. It has a lovely sheen and, while graded the same condition as our previous example, is slightly less expensive due to the toning.
Finding a Peace Dollar in Almost Uncirculated condition is still a treasure today, so don’t concern yourself too much with the grade on the label.
Whether you are a Silver Dollar expert looking for high-grade rare coins or are just getting started on these American icons and want to expand your collection, we have something that will suit your needs. Shop our Peace Dollar selection today!