History, Information, and Value of 1934-D Peace Dollar
Value of 1934 Denver Mint Peace Silver Dollar
The Denver Mint’s last Peace dollar issue was of overall good quality. 1934-D Peace dollar strikes are usually strong, die crack impressions are few, and the luster is attractive. However, this is among the rarest issues of the series to find in Uncirculated condition.
Circulated 1934-D Peace Dollars Are Worth A Little More Than Silver: As usual, EF and AU coins are probably best found with dealers as they seldom show up in bulk lots of circulated Peace dollars. Look for minimal marks on any you consider.
Very High Grade 1934-D $1 Coins Exist: This date is available in all Mint State grades up to and including MS-67, though at MS-66 and MS-67 the population thins dramatically. MS-64 is affordable to nearly every budget, and with a slight stretch of the buying dollar a Gem Mint State-65 coin can be yours. Strike and luster come into play for this date so look for a coin that displays both those attributes.
The obverse text on the Peace Dollar reads “Liberty; In God We Trvst (Trust); 1934.” The reverse text on the silver dollar reads “United States of America; E Pluribus Unum; One Dollar; Peace; D.” 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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