History, Information, and Value of 1925 Peace Dollar
Value of 1925 Peace Silver Dollar
The Philadelphia Mint produced millions of high quality 1925 Peace dollars. Considered a common date in the Peace dollar series, many survived in Uncirculated condition, stored in vaults by the bagful until the release of hoards in the 1940s and 1950s. Quality coins are boldly struck with a high degree of luster.
If Not Uncirculated, 1925 Peace Dollars Are Just Silver: Always available in EF and AU with only a small premium above silver value; whenever the price of silver skyrockets, dates like the 1925 find their way to the melting pots because the value of the silver has become greater than the value of the coin.
High Grade 1925 $1 Coins Are Plentiful: Name your grade from MS-60 to MS-67 and examples will be available with regularity. Avoid the low end of the grading scale for this date, say MS-60 to MS-63, and shoot for MS-65 if your budget is tight and MS-66 if you seek superior quality. Keep in mind that some of the scarcer dates in your collection may lag behind in grade if you go this far up the grading scale. Avoid coins with toning or marks on the face and neck of Miss Liberty. This common date can be uncommonly beautiful if you find the right coin.
The obverse text on the Peace Dollar reads “Liberty; In God We Trvst (Trust); 1925.” The reverse text on the silver dollar reads “United States of America; E Pluribus Unum; One Dollar; Peace.” The obverse of the coin has a bust of a female facing the left with a pointed crown and flowing hair. The reverse of the Peace Dollar has an eagle sitting on a rock in the center with rays in the background.
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