Peace Silver Dollar Extra Fine 1923

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  • Description:

    The Philadelphia Mint produced the most coins, causing this date to be plentiful in all grades. This was also the first year that the Peace dollar didn't have to share the stage with the Morgan silver dollar. The Pittman Act of 1918 required the US Mint to begin minting millions of silver dollars again. Since the Morgan silver dollar's design was readily available, the US Mint defaulted to the famous design. Numismatists fought for Congress to change the design for something to honor World War I. After much time lobbying, the redesign containing a new goddess of Liberty was approved just in time. Your 1923 Peace silver dollar was minted at the first mint facility, in the US, and therefore, does not carry a mint-mark. Your dollar is in the extra fine category, containing wear on the Liberty and the eagle, but the original mint luster is still slightly visible.

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    • Year: 1923
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