This is my one and only peace dollar and I wanted your guy's opinion on the grade and value... thanks in advance!
It looks like a MS63 to me. I’m not sure what these go for these days though.
Looks 65 to me, at least in the photos the cheek, neck and fields look better than average.
MS63 at a maximum. $50 coin at best.
What does the third side look like, are there nicks on the rim/edge above "Liberty"?
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I'd say 63/64 depending on how exactly it looks in hand, since there's probably some chatter now showing in the photos. That said, I see some faint wispiness in front of the bust. If those are hairlines, it could indicate the coin was wiped, but that I can't tell from these photos.
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The surfaces say MS64 to me, but the rims have lots of hits and should knock it down to a 63. Value should be roughly $35.
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MS63. A base value Unc. Peace Dollar. Not worth slabbing. OK for an album set.
Lots of rim chatter along with the reverse. Nice cheek- although random marks in the hair limit the grade.
In my opinion, even with booming luster- you're looking at a retail $50. coin, and if you had it slabbed, probably MS63 is where it would land.
Not my series, but I am in the 63 club.
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Looks 63, don't bother grading, this is a very common coin.
I would grade it MS63..... Small dings and chatter on both sides. Likely a $40 coin... Cheers, RickO