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    1922 Peace Dollar, MS62
    Double Struck
    Second Strike Broadstruck

    1922 $1 Peace Dollar -- Double Struck, Second Strike Broadstruck -- MS62 NGC. Evidence of a double strike is clearest on the designer's monogram and the tops of the 2s in the date. The O in ONE and the I in IN are abnormally thin, and spreading toward the rim is evident on the bases of the L, R, and Y in LIBERTY. The central strike is intricate. Both sides are uncommonly free from marks for the MS62 level, though the luster is slightly subdued. Liberty's hair is toned slate-gray, while delicate butter-gold toning is extensive across both sides.

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    September, 2020
    18th-20th Friday-Sunday
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