If you keep posting offensive statements and lies, nobody will bother reading anything you say. These are genuine US Mint Peace dollars that are altered (re-faced) to look like a similar coin - but a coin that was never released by the US Government. The original 1964 Peace Silver Dollars don't exist (according to the Government they were ALL destroyed), and if somehow they did, they would be illegal to own. So if a collector wanted a "1964" Peace Silver Dollar, the only way to get one legally would be to buy a re-creation of some sort. If a "hobo" nickel carver carved a "1939" date on a Buffalo Nickel, they wouldn't legally have to stamp the coin "copy". It could also be legally sold for more than face value. Years ago, the Gallery Mint in Arkansas produced numerous replicas of early US Coins, all marked "copy". But note that they made accurate replicas of coins that actually exist in the numismatic marketplace. And they weren't modifiying similar-type genuine host coins, they were creating the replicas out of anonymous pieces of silver that were not legally monetized by the US Treasury. I'm using genuine legal-tender dollar coins and altering them to show a date that does not exist in the numismatic marketplace.