1921 Peace Silver Dollar Coin Value

In 1921, the Peace Silver Dollar coins officially went through its first year of production in the United States of America.  What makes this first series of these Peace Silver Dollars unique is that they were struck in high relief, which made these silver coins difficult to strike during production, leading to excessive die breakage. These issues were resolved after they improved production by striking these coins at lower pressures. Due to the early production issue, you will notice that many of the coins from this year will lack some fine details at the center of the coins. The Philadelphia mint produced just over 1 million Peace Dollar silver coins by the end of December 1921 and released into circulation for the American public. Many collectors value this mint because its the first original year of its production. If you want to make a good investment in your coin collection, we suggest that you collect Peace silver dollar coins. We have located some good bargains and deals online if you are looking to purchase and collect this mint.


1921 Peace Silver Dollar 1 Excellent Condition Nice Luster Rare Coin
$267.90
Ends Tuesday Dec-11-2018 14:19:42 PST


1921 Philadelphia Mint Silver Peace Dollar
$72.52 (5 Bids)
Ends Tuesday Dec-11-2018 14:45:30 PST


Estate Find 1921 Peace Dollar D13988
$50.00
Ends Tuesday Dec-11-2018 15:00:56 PST


Estate Find 1921 Peace Dollar D13989
$50.00
Ends Tuesday Dec-11-2018 15:00:59 PST


1921 Philadelphia Mint Silver Peace Dollar High Relief Beauty AU UNC
$110.50 (4 Bids)
Ends Tuesday Dec-11-2018 15:03:23 PST


1921 Peace Silver Dollar 1 Cleaned
$76.00 (10 Bids)
Ends Tuesday Dec-11-2018 15:48:03 PST


1921 Peace Silver Dollar Near Uncirculated 7139
$147.87
Ends Tuesday Dec-11-2018 16:39:56 PST


Two 2 Circ Morgan Peace Silver Dollars 1921 1922 90 Bullion
$30.00 (6 Bids)
Ends Tuesday Dec-11-2018 16:45:34 PST


Nine 9 Circ Morgan Peace Silver Dollars 1921 1922 1923 P D S
$144.00 (16 Bids)
Ends Tuesday Dec-11-2018 16:49:59 PST


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