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1924 Silver Dollar Can Anyone Tell Me Some Info About This Coin Ty

 
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Its a 1924 Peace dollar, its a pretty common date. I see hairlines, so it could have been cleaned. If its cleaned its worth around $15, if its not, maybe $20. These were made after WWI and hence they were designed to signify a world peace. They are very interesting in terms of history, as they were made in a time of great prosperity and technological change (roaring 20's) to the great depression (1935). I would keep this, like I said it isn't worth much, but is a nice example of the series.
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Ok thank you ,I know someone who has a lot coins silver dimes as well and dollars I'm looking at them now ty for your knowledge
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1924 Peace dollars are among the more common in the 1921-1935 silver dollar series. However, 1924 silver silvers are much less common than the 1922 and 1923 dates that proliferate in roll offerings and in bullion portfolios.

Melt Value $11.18

Mintage 13,539,000

1924 Peace dollars are among the more common in the 1921-1935 silver dollar series. However, 1924 silver silvers are much less common than the 1922 and 1923 dates that proliferate in roll offerings and in bullion portfolios. In 1924, Peace dollars were struck only at the Philadelphia and San Francisco mints; in fact, the 1924-S Peace dollar is widely considered a semi-key date coin, with only 1,728,000 originally minted, and certainly fewer surviving today. The Philadelphia issue, on the other hand, is much more common, with 11,811,000 pieces struck in 1924.

Neither the 1924 nor 1924-S is considerably pricey in the lower grades, at about $20 to $30 each for one somewhere in the moderately worn grades (with silver at a spot price of $20). However, the 1924 (Philadelphia) is worth only about $30 in uncirculated, while the 1924-S in Mint State-60 commands a figure of about $300.


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Oh wow ty that good info I also have 1922 silver dollar
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Same general comments would apply to a 1922 dollar.



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Also this series had the weaker strikes, on most of the coinage. (note the weakness on the reverse)
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