The Post War Coin: 1922 Peace Silver Dollar
The Peace Silver Dollars are a representation of the American ideals asserting itself after World War I. The first release of the Peace Dollar was in 1921, but the 1922 Silver Dollars are popular with collectors. Its value ranges based on condition. You can find the 1922 Peace Dollar in Uncirculated, Extremely Fine, Fine and Good. The options are limitless, allowing collectors to grow their collection.
In 1921, the United States Mint struck both Morgan Silver Dollars and the first year of the newly-designed Peace Silver Dollars. But the Mint struck just over 1 million of the 1921-dated Peace Silver Dollars, so many people hoarded this new design. In 1922, the U.S. Mint compensated for scarcity of this new design by striking more than 83 million 1922-dated Peace Silver Dollars from all mints combined.
The 1921 Peace Silver Dollar was struck in high-relief and merchants complained that they were too difficult to stack due to their high relief. The 1922 coin is often thought of as the first year of the commercially-available Peace Silver Dollars. The 1921 coins are often thought of as one-year type coins.
VALUES OF THE 1922 PEACE SILVER DOLLAR VARY, BUT STILL POPULAR WITH COLLECTORS
Because these coins were minted in the early 1900s, there could be considerable wear and tear on these items. However, that does not stop avid collectors from buying these products. Any collector and history lover can enjoy these coins at competitive prices.