Frosty luster. Strong strike. Virtually mark free.
Ron Guth: The 1922 Peace Dollar has the highest mintage of any Silver Dollar, and it remains the most common date in the Peace Dollar series. Compared to the 1921 Peace Dollar, the 1922 has much lower and flatter relief details, but the strike quality is generally good. Luster ranges from a soft, creamy white to a hard, chrome-like surface. The vast quantity of the 1922 Peace Dollars graded by PCGS fall into the MS63 and MS64 levels. MS65 examples are not rare and the supply seems adequte to meet the demand from collectors. In MS66, the population drops off dramatically and, in MS67, the 1922 Peace Dollar is an extreme condition rarity.