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A clean cheek, deep luster, and ample frost combine to make this one of my favorites. The only distractions are a few water spots which were common in the early Philadelphia dates. From Don Rinkor.

The 1924 is often found with a granular, "orange-peel" look that is quite distinct among Peace Dollars. This example just exudes flash and frost. The fabulous obverse and flawless portrait are truly MS67 quality. A favorite for several reasons. From ...

Wow, what a coin! Peace dollars like this one are few and far between. This is the only Peace dollar I've personally seen with NO frost breaks. One little reedmark in the hair is the only visible flaw. Interesting die polish is noted around "IN GOD"....

1921 $1 Peace MS66 PCGS # 7356

A collection is defined by its key dates and this is especially true of the 1921, the only coin in the series true to de Francisci's original design. This example has stellar luster and is beautifully toned in shades of gold, green, and magenta. A re...

1922 $1 MS66 PCGS # 7357

A clean cheek, deep luster, and ample frost combine to make this one of my favorites. The only distractions are a few water spots which were common in the early Philadelphia dates. From Don Rinkor.

1923 $1 MS66 PCGS # 7360

This coin is one tiny cheek tick away from being an MS67. Die cracks, frost, feed-finger die polish (between 1 and 9).... What else could you want in a Peace Dollar? Light golden toning accentuates deep luster. From Larry Shapiro.
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