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1923 Peace Dollar MS-66 NGC

1923 Peace Dollar MS-66 NGC

$519.00

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MS-66

Population

The total number of coins graded by a specific grading service for a particular coin and grade combination.

3,591

Graded Higher

The total number of coins that have obtained a higher grade than the subject coin by a particular grading service.

300

Mintage

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30,800,000

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Used as currency nearly a century ago, these Peace Silver Dollars were minted to commemorate peace after WWI. This NGC graded 1923 Peace Dollar is perfect for any historical U.S. coinage collection!

Coin Highlights:
  • Contains .7734 oz of Silver.
  • NGC encapsulation guarantees the MS-66 condition.
  • Obverse: Depicts Lady Liberty, modeled after Teresa de Francisci, wearing a radiating crown with the date below. Surrounding Lady Liberty are the words “Liberty” and “In God We Trust”.
  • Reverse: Features a bald eagle resting on an olive branch with the word “Peace” underneath. Surrounding the eagle are also the words “United States of America,” “E Pluribus Unum” and “One Dollar”.
  • Coins from the Philadelphia Mint do not carry a mint mark.

Safeguard your Peace Dollar by adding an attractive Wooden Storage Box, made to fit up to 50 certified coins, to your order.

Add a piece of U.S. coinage history to your collection with the 1923 Peace Dollar, which will add instant value to any Silver Dollar collection. Add these NGC MS-66 graded Peace Dollars to your cart today!


1923 Peace Dollar MS-66 NGC
The 1923 Peace Dollar is a beautiful commemorative coin with a rich history. This coin is noteworthy because it was the last commemorative coin minted at the U.S. Mint for nearly fifty years after its release.

Designed by Anthony de Francisci, a student of the famed sculptor Augustus Saint-Gaudens, who modeled the likeness of Lady Liberty after his wife – Teresa de Francisci. De Francisci, a young novice coin designer at the time, entered a competition with his designs held by the Commission of Fine Arts to design the new Silver Dollar. De Francisci said his goal with his design was to “capture the spirit of the country – its intellectual speed, vigor and vitality.”


United States Mint History
The United States Mint was created in 1792 as part of Alexander Hamilton's financial plan for the United States. The Mint is responsible for producing coins for the United States, as well as commemorative coins and Congressional Gold medals.

The United States Mint was created by Congress on April 2, 1792. The first Mint building was in Philadelphia, and it was operated by David Rittenhouse, who was also the first Director of the United States Mint.

The Mint's primary purpose was to produce coins for the United States. The first coins produced by the Mint were Copper Cents, which were minted in 1793. In 1794, Silver Dollars and Half-Dollars were added to the production line. In 1835, Gold coins were added to the lineup, followed by Platinum coins in 1997. Today, the United States Mint produces coins in a variety of metals, including Gold, Silver, Platinum, Palladium and Copper.

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Coin ID 257F
Population

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination.

3,591
Grade MS-66
Graded Higher

The total number of coins that have obtained a higher grade than the subject coin by a particular grading service.

300
Mint Mark P - Philadelphia (Not Shown)
Mintage

The total number of coins produced at a specific mint for a particular date and mintmark combination

30,800,000

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