Coin Values Moving with Precious Metals: Up-Dated 2/8/2021: Gold $1813 Silver $26.90
What This Coin Looks Like (Obverse, Reverse, Mint Mark Location, Special Features, etc.): USA Coin Book Estimated Value of 1922-D Peace Silver Dollar is Worth $31 in Average Condition and can be Worth $61 to $635 or more in Uncirculated (MS+) Mint Condition. Click here to Learn How to use Coin Price Charts. 1922 Double Die Peace Silver Dollar Coin 1922 Peace Silver Dollar features doubling on Lady Liberty's tiara, her profile and her hair on obverse. Tamper-proof holder, Deluxe Display Box. Display box measures 3-3/4' W x 1-7/8' H x 4-5/8' D. Trial pieces of high-relief 1922 Peace dollars were struck at the Philadelphia Mint in January 1922 and nearly all 35,401 of these coins were later melted. Only one coin with the 1922 high-relief obverse and 1921 reverse has been located. Collectors considering any alleged 1922 high-relief Peace dollar should have the coin authenticated. 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.
Your 1922 Peace silver dollar value, currently worth a minimum of $20.70 today, is well above its silver melt price.
Recognizing your coin is 'uncirculated' in condition, versus one with wear to the surface, is important to an accurate appraisal of even higher value.
Pictured is a 1922 Peace dollar that never entered circulation, displaying undisturbed, as minted luster. As reflected on the chart 'uncirculated' condition defines a major breakaway point in price. To help judge this difference, see the grading images below. Also a very rare Gem condition Denver minted Peace dollar is highlighted, with an amazing price.
An opportunity for you. Premiums in price of silver dollars above their underlining silver value have over time been rising. An expanding spread is a reflection of both their popularity as a collectible and as a popular way to own silver. 1922 Peace dollars, large and heavy with silver, are prized by collectors and also bullion investors, keeping values strong.
Mintmarks on 1922 Peace dollars become a factor in value if your coin is in uncirculated condition. Three mints produced silver dollars that year, Philadelphia, Denver and the San Francisco mint. Mintmarks used to distinguish the mints were place on the reverse. Denver used a 'D' mintmark, San Francisco an 'S.' Philadelphia, the main mint did not use a mintmark.
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Special Condition and 1922 Peace Dollar Value
Preserving coins in top condition has provided collectors with some really outstanding gem specimens. Holding your coin only by the edges, protecting from both damage and the elements really pays off.
Pictured is a stunning example of fortunate circumstances and intentional careful preservation. Quickly recognized as having exceptionally full details because of a strong strike, this 1922-D Peace dollar is highly valued today in thanks to thoughtful care.
Placed in a David Lawrence rare coin auction, it reached $690 as the high bid. A combination of superior luster, bold details and scuff free surfaces attracted discerning silver dollars collectors.
Handling your coins gently, separating and storing individually the high condition examples, is a big step in maintaining value.
Visual 1922 Peace Silver Dollar Value
Currently there is little difference in value from one circulated 'grade' 1922 Peace dollar to the next. However if you are intending on keeping all or just one it is important to identify a better condition coin as the one to save for the future.
Uncirculated: Absent of wear defines the 'uncirculated' condition. Looking closely at your coin, mint luster is a fragile element to a coin's surface, it's what gives a coin brilliance. Because of its delicate nature it is the first to show signs of wear. Rotating your coin under a light, luster should remain unbroken from rim to rim. A dulling of the silver color on Liberty's cheek and neck is a good indication of wear.
Extremely Fine: As a Peace dollar begins to show light amounts of wear collectors grade the condition as 'extremely fine.' The hair trailing behind Miss Liberty's neck is one of the high points of the design, wear begins here quickly and creates a flattening appearance of the curls. Hair directly above the eye is another place to examine, a small flat spot is acceptable for the grade.
Fine: Wear has smoothed and reduced metal over all parts of design. If not to severe your coin is in 'fine' condition. Detail within the hair is still visible, major strands are still separated, although the finer strands have merged. Liberty's cheek and neck now displays a few areas of flatness. Stepping back the impression is a coin with moderate wear but pleasing.
Good: With noticeable heavy wear and complete lack of fine detail this coin is now considered as 'good' condition. What was once bold lettering, hair strands and rays are now quite shallow in relief. 1922 Peace silver dollar value of coins with heavy wear are unfortunately destined to remain low in demand as a collectible. Enough high condition examples are available to fulfill collector's needs. They are however very popular as a bullion silver coin, and currently in demand.
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In Depth Peace Silver Dollar Value
1921 to 1935
Values of your Peace silver dollars are influenced by both an active collector market and as a silver bullion coin. Determine from the chart, all the dates and mints highly valued by collectors, and current bullion value of the ones moving with the silver market.
1922 Liberty Dollar Silver Content
Current minimum silver dollar values are $20.70 for any Peace dollar and $24.55 per Morgan dollar. Older Seated Liberty series are very scarce and worth hundreds. Value charts cover these and all dates and mints.
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Minimum Silver Value A Good Place to Start
Many of your old US silver coin values are tied closely to the price of silver. Pre 1965 silver dimes, quarters, half dollars and silver dollars are all heavy with 90% silver and worth many times their face value. With today's high value of silver; $26.90 per ounce as of 2/8/2021 your old Peace dollars are becoming surprisingly valuable. Today's Minimum Silver Coin Values
- 1922 Peace Dollar
Production of Peace dollars went full steam ahead in 1922, after the relief of the dies was lowered to make it easier to manufacture large numbers of the new coin without causing excessive wear on the equipment. The Peace dollar, designed by Anthony de Francisci, depicts a representation of Miss Liberty on the obverse and an American bald eagle perched atop a rock and looking at a sunrise.
Most Peace dollars bearing the 1922 date feature the lower relief design, but the U.S. Mint reported striking 35,401 Peace dollars in 1922 with a high relief. It is thought that only around 10 to 12 high-relief 1922 dollars – all proofs – remain. These are worth in excess of $80,000 and are highly rare.
Conversely, the low-relief 1922 silver dollars are extremely common. In fact, 1922 is the most common date in the entire Peace dollar series, with 51,737,000 struck at the Philadelphia mint, 15,063,000 at Denver, and 17,475,000 at the San Francisco mint.
Values for the common 1922 Peace dollar swing mainly with silver bullion values, but with a spot price of $20, a typical, well-circulated Peace dollar has a value of around $16 to $20 Mint state examples are very common, and are worth the extra few dollars in price over circulated examples so you can obtain a nice, crisp specimen of this symbolically American silver dollar.