1922 silver dollar value

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  1. coinhelp

    coinhelp New Member

    Is this a rare matte high relief coin?

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  3. Rfitzgerald

    Rfitzgerald New Member

    lotta dings on that guy, I'd say its somewhere between VF and EF, and you'd probably its melt value out of it
  4. easj3699

    easj3699 Active Member

    i personally believe it is just a nice good ol' 22 peace dollar generally worth a couple bucks over melt
  5. coinhelp

    coinhelp New Member

    Can someone put a value on it?
  6. ML94539

    ML94539 Senior Member

  7. easj3699

    easj3699 Active Member

    and with silver down a few bucks maybe 29 in a retail setting. 1921 morgan dollars and 1922 peace dollars are the most common silver dollars there is. it could bring a little premium because it is nice (ebay but ebay/paypal/shipping fees would knock it down) but in a real world scenario probably not.
  8. coinhelp

    coinhelp New Member

    thanks! what would be the value of the 1890 and 1884? do they have more value?
  9. Morgandude11

    Morgandude11 Pro amore Morgan pupa

    That coin is just worth melt. Ordinary date, and not exceptional condition. One of the most common dates for Peace Dollars.
  10. easj3699

    easj3699 Active Member

    they would have to be uncirculated or have a carson city mint mark to be more valuable then a few bucks above melt
  11. coinhelp

    coinhelp New Member

    Thanks , that is amazing to me that something so old and in nice condition and silver
    could only be worth 20 dollar or so...
  12. Kirkuleez

    Kirkuleez 80 proof

    You have to remember that they made millions of them and they are still very plentiful in high grades.
  13. easj3699

    easj3699 Active Member

    and to think a couple years ago they were worth less a year or so ago they were worth more. it all depends on the price of silver. and like the other person said they made millions upon millions and the government held a lot of them intill the 60's
  14. CamaroDMD

    CamaroDMD Insert Cool Title Supporter

    I agree with the rest...it's a normal circulated common date. Melt value.
  15. mmablaster

    mmablaster Member

    To a coin shop/show it's worth melt. Ebay you can get 5-10 plus over melt, but you'll pay some back in fees. People get a little crazy bidding up silver dollars on eBay.
  16. BUncirculated

    BUncirculated Well-Known Member

    Don't forget the 1893S with only 100,000 strikes. In G4 that can run around $2000.
  17. easj3699

    easj3699 Active Member

    i was answering her second question of the dates 1890 and 1884
  18. ikandiggit

    ikandiggit Currency Error Collector

    Age does not always equal higher value. (however in my case, I consider myself a steal at any price:D)

    2000 year old coins can be bought for $4 or $5.
  19. domaintalk

    domaintalk New Member

    1922 coin is termed as a Peace Dollar Coin. It is worth around $10-15 in good grade and around $25-30 in middle mint state. There were two categories in these 1922 coins, one was termed as 1922-S and the other one was termed as 1922-D
  20. BUncirculated

    BUncirculated Well-Known Member

    The categories, as you call them, are actually S=San Francisco Mint, and D=Denver Mint, and you forgot one, no mint mark which was Philadelphia.

    That's the location of the branch Mints where they were struck.

    The entire series, 1921 -1935, was called Peace Dollars.
  21. Lon Chaney

    Lon Chaney New Member

    And if you can find G-4 or 6 peace dollars for $10-15, scoop them alllll up. That's way below melt.

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