1923 Peace Silver Dollar Coin Value

1923 Peace Silver Dollar Coin headIf you are looking for the best value and lowest prices for 1923 Peace silver dollar coins, we have posted several listings for these silver coins from online dealers. These American collectible coins were minted in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco. You can identify their mint by looking on the tail side the coin. The Peace silver coins minted in Denver has a "D" mark whereas the ones minted in San Francisco mint has an "S" mark.  The coins struck in Philadelphia do not have a mint mark on the tail.

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1923 PEACE SILVER DOLLAR CIRCULATED 49
$44.00
Ends Tuesday Jan-23-2018 1:51:53 PST


1923 S PEACE SILVER DOLLAR CIRCULATED 51
$44.00
Ends Tuesday Jan-23-2018 1:53:48 PST


1923 P Peace Dollar90 SilverGreat LusterEye AppealUn GradedHigh MS Details
$34.95
Ends Tuesday Jan-23-2018 2:05:29 PST


1923 S PEACE SILVER DOLLAR CIRCULATED 60
$44.00
Ends Tuesday Jan-23-2018 2:10:11 PST


1923 S Peace Silver Dollar XF UNC cleaned 730
$25.50
Ends Tuesday Jan-23-2018 2:50:49 PST


1923 Silver Peace Dollar 1 Binion Collection MS 65 NGC Prestige Single with Box
$233.70
Ends Tuesday Jan-23-2018 3:51:43 PST


1923 Peace Liberty Silver Dollar Coin with Left Head Right Eagle on Rock
$30.00
Ends Tuesday Jan-23-2018 4:31:54 PST


Set of 3 Peace Silver Dollars 1922 S 1923 S 1926 S Peace Silver Dollars t21
$70.00
Ends Tuesday Jan-23-2018 5:10:59 PST


Set of 4 Peace Silver Dollars 1922 1922 D 1922 S 1923 S Dollars Circulated z21
$90.00
Ends Tuesday Jan-23-2018 5:11:38 PST


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1923 Peace Silver Dollar Coin tailIn 1923, a large quantity of these silver dollar coins were struck. About 30,800,000 were Philadelphia Mint, 6,811,000 were Denver Mint, and 19,020,000 were San Francisco Mint. You can purchase either circulated or uncirculated silver dollars, which make a better investment since they are valued more.

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