1922-S $1 MS66 PCGS....
Creamy-Lustered 1922-S Peace Dollar, MS661922-S $1 MS66 PCGS. Ex: Jack Lee. The 1922-S Peace dollar is one of the more available issues overall in the series from San Francisco, an unsurprising fact given its mintage of nearly 17.5 million coins. Despite the voluminous production, however, the 1922-S is an extremely elusive coin at the Premium Gem level, where PCGS has seen only six submissions and none finer (3/11). The typical representative of the 1922-S is challenged in terms of luster, strike, contact marks, or some combination thereof.
The present MS66 piece is a noteworthy exception, boasting thick, creamy satin luster over silver-gray surfaces with an above-average strike and a remarkable paucity of contact marks, large or small. A couple of tiny reeding marks appear on Liberty's face only under a loupe. Certified in a green-label holder with the Jack Lee pedigree, this is another remarkable coin from this special Peace dollar consignment.
From The Paul Taylor Collection.(Registry values: N2998) (NGC ID# 257E, PCGS# 7359)
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