I posted this one before. Just wanted to post these to see if they would be better pics to grade from. Is this a rare coin, or a common one? How to tell a satin struck using proof die meant for a business strike in 1921? Some said before that is is AU58 - but could it still be a rare circulated matte or satin strike?
I would grade it AU53 or maybe 55. The luster is not there and the obverse strike is weak even by 1921 Peace standards. It is free of major blemishes or distractions and appears to have a nice patina on it.
The 1921 Peace dollar is a relatively common coin with over 1,000,000 stuck. Matte proof and sandblast (satin) strikes are basically unheard of with a handful known in the world. We can say with 99.999% certainty that this is a regular strike.