Hello I was comparing my 1923 Peace dollars today and I have one that almost looks like it's high relief. The b and the e in Liberty are pretty bold and it's definitely a noticeable difference from a regular one. Is anybody aware of a possible error and do you have any advice on where I should take it? I have a picture but it will not upload so if you give me your email I can send it to you.
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For security reasons, you won't be able to email through this site until you have had more posts. What exactly is the problem you are having with your pictures? There may be someone here who can help. Also, there were no High Relief Peace dollars struck in 1923. What you have might be a well struck coin.
As I mentioned earlier, there are no high relief 1923 Peace dollars. They were all minted as low relief. Looks like the letters on your coin may have been flattened slightly by taking a hit that makes them look thicker.
It is only an error if it was done at the mint so this is not considered an error.