A Complete 24-Piece Set of Peace Dollars.... (Total: 24 coins)
1921 MS65 NGC. An unusually well struck Gem, although the centers lack absolute definition. Toned ice-blue and autumn-gold with the deeper shades on the reverse. A desirable example of the sole high relief issue.
1922 MS64 NGC. Mottled russet-tan toning confirms the originality of this lustrous near-Gem. The reverse field is well preserved.
1922-D MS64 NGC. A crisply struck example with medium chestnut-gold patina and vibrant luster. Only a mark on the leg prevents classification as a Gem.
1922-S MS62 NGC. Lustrous and lightly toned with a pleasing obverse and a single grade-limiting mark on the wing.
1923 MS63 NGC. Boldly struck and thoroughly lustrous with surprisingly smooth surfaces given the third-party grade.
1923-D MS63 NGC. Dappled pale tan freckles enrich this lustrous Select Peace dollar. The reverse has the look of a finer grade.
1923-S Pitted Reverse MS63 NGC. VAM-1C. A Top 50 Variety. The variety is undesignated on the NGC insert. Die crumbling through the N in ONE is diagnostic for this four-star variety. Lustrous and lightly toned with smooth surfaces and outstanding eye appeal for the MS63 level.
1924 MS64 NGC. Delicately toned in sun-gold and sky-blue. Lustrous and smooth with well struck centers and minor peripheral incompleteness. The leg feathers are lightly die doubled, but this is not the Top 50 VAM-2.
1924-S MS62 NGC. This better date Peace dollar is lustrous and has moderate gray-gold toning. A faint mark near the mouth denies a finer assessment.
1925 MS66 NGC. Light gold toning and potent luster combines with exquisite preservation and a precise strike to provide outstanding eye appeal. IN GOD WE TRUST and the designer's monogram exhibit minute die doubling.
1925-S MS63 NGC. Toffee-gold and cream-gray embrace this lustrous and suitably struck lower mintage Peace dollar. A graze above ONE hardly appears to limit the grade.
1926 MS63 NGC. Liberty's portrait is needle-sharp on this lustrous, lightly toned, and attractively preserved silver type coin. The cheek and neck are surprisingly smooth.
1926-D MS63 NGC. Struck from moderately rotated dies, an uncommon event for the series. Crisply struck and lustrous with generally smooth fields.
1926-S MS62 NGC. This almond-gold example has coruscating luster and unabraded fields. The centers are a bit soft, and the portrait has a few slide marks.
1927 MS64 NGC. Scarce at the MS64 level, this is a low mintage Peace dollar with medium powder-blue and pale gold toning. Nicely struck and impressively mark-free for the designated grade.
1927-D MS62 NGC. Gentle tan-gray toning visits this lustrous and alertly struck lower mintage silver dollar. The obverse appears smooth, although a loupe reveals nearly imperceptible slide marks.
1927-S MS62 NGC. VAM-3. A Top 50 Variety. This minor doubled die reverse variety is undesignated on the NGC insert. A lustrous and surprisingly unblemished example that appears to be conservatively graded.
1928 MS64 NGC. A famously low mintage date, considered a series key in circulated grades and certainly more desirable as a near-Gem. Lustrous and lightly toned. The obverse is particularly nice. Struck from moderately rotated dies.
1928-S MS63 NGC. VAM-4. IN GOD WE TRUST is die doubled, as often seen on this conditionally difficult date. The tan-gray toning is original, and the preservation appears excellent despite unimportant contact above DOLLAR.
1934 MS60 Improperly Cleaned. The left obverse has barely visible hairlines, and the luster is slightly diminished, but nonetheless an attractive and lightly toned example.
1934-D Doubled Die Obverse MS63 NGC. VAM-3. A Top 50 Variety. Large D. The most important doubled die of the entire Peace dollar series. Liberty's profile and IN GOD WE show obvious die doubling. Lustrous with medium tan toning and scattered minor grazes.
1934-S MS64 NGC. The key date in most Uncirculated grades, including MS64. This is a delicately toned near-Gem with vibrant luster and impeccably smooth fields. Even the portrait is nearly unabraded. The centers show minor inexactness of strike.
1935 MS63 NGC. This sharply struck and faintly toned example has a concealed luster graze on the wing, yet still seems high end for its assigned grade.
1935-S MS64 NGC. Three rays below ONE. Light golden toning and booming luster affirm the quality of this final S-mint issue. The reverse is well preserved, while the left obverse field has faint grazes.
From The Queller Family Collection of Silver Dollars.
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