1922 Peace Silver Dollar Coin Value

If you are searching for 1922 Peace silver dollar coins to collect, we have listed several bargains from online sellers for you to browse through. After the minting of the 1922 proof coins, the Peace silver dollar coins updated its design which stayed consistent until 1928. The relief was greatly reduced and the field was flatter than the original mints. Changes in the design detail included thinner lettering and numbering. Also, three additional short sun rays at the front of the head and a second line was added to the headband. In 1922, a large number of these coins were minted. About 51,737,000 were Philadelphia Mint, 15,063,000 were Denver Mint, and 17,475,000 were San Francisco Mint. Coins can by identified by their mint by looking on the tail side of the coin were you can find either the letter "D" for Denver or "S" for San Francisco under the word "one." You can search for rare collectibles such as the 1922 Proof mints or special lot deals at bargain prices. Our sale listings update in real time and change daily so come back to see what new coin offers are available for sale.

1922 Silver Peace Dollar US
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1922 P ICG MS64 Silver Peace Dollar B2411
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1922 s Peace dollar in 900 silver composition at EF
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1922 Peace Dollar NGC MS64
$33.00 (2 Bids)
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1922 D Peace Silver Dollar US Coin A1901
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1922 S 1 Peace Dollar BU Lovely Lustrous Delight
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1922 1 Peace Dollar Toned Blue Gold and Reds
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1922 P Peace Silver Dollar US Coin A1024
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1922 Peace Silver Dollar NGC MS64 Free Shipping
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