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VAMTRACK Values

Indications of Retail Pricing for the Peace Dollar Top 50 Varieties

Part I – 1921 to 1924

In order to convey the maximum amount of information in the VAMTrack Value Guide, as problematic as it is, we’ve developed a system of colored boxes to indicate instances where pricing in various venues has come to our attention and has recently fallen within the framework of the ranges listed in the guide. This is certainly not “proof” of the validity of any individual value, but rather it paints a picture as to the general values of specific varieties in grades from XF to MS65.

1922 Peace Dollar

Needless to say, some of the prices we encountered were above those listed, while others were below. As a result, each price point in the accompanying guide is ultimately a rough estimate of value by the editor compiled from all the available sources. Yes, pricing is a contentious subject, and you might well ask, “Why bother jumping out of the skillet into the fire?” Our response is simple. The VAMTrack Price Guide was assembled in response to constant inquiries as to our opinion about specific Peace dollar varieties and what they might be worth. Now it’s our hope that the VAMTrack Value Guide can provide some useful data points, add to the discussion, and help, if even in a small way, to stabilize the ever fluctuating market for these varieties.

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Part I (1921-1924)
Date VAM # Popularity
In Mint State
XF AU 60-61 62 63 64 65
1921-P 3 150-175 200-225 250-325 350-425 550-750 900-1250 2000-2750
1922-P 1A/39 35-40 45-60 65-80 85-90 95-155 200-300 450-600
1922-P 1F 115-175 195-285 550-650 900-1200 1300-1850 ------ ------
1922-P 2A 175-275 300-450 600-775 800-1150 1250-1750 ------ ------
1922-P 2C 35-60 65-90 100-130 135-170 200-275 350-500 900-1250
1922-P 2E 50-65 75-95 110-125 130-165 200-250 350-450 1000-1250
1922-P 2F 30-40 45-50 55-70 75-95 100-130 145-205 300-450
1922-P 4 35-40 50-55 60-85 100-125 135-175 250-325 ------
1922-P 5 50-70 75-90 100-115 120-145 200-250 300-400 ------
1922-P 5A 75-100 125-175 250-325 350-500 700-800 1000-1500 ------
1922-P 6 55-70 85-110 120-150 160-195 225-275 300-375 ------
1922-P 7 30-40 45-60 65-75 80-90 95-125 150-225 900-1250
1922-P 8 55-70 85-125 130-150 155-195 240-350 ------ ------
1922-P 12A 90-120 125-180 200-250 275-350 375-500 800-1000 ------
1922-D 3 100-125 150-225 300-375 450-600 700-900 1000-1250 1500-2000
1922-D 4 150-200 275-475 500-750 1000-1250 1500-2000 ------ ------
1922-D 7 75-125 165-300 375-525 600-800 800-950 1000-1600 ------
1922-S 3 175-225 275-375 475-650 750-900 ------ ------ ------
1923-P 1A 40-55 80-95 100-115 120-145 150-185 225-275 400-550
1923-P 1B 45-65 80-115 120-130 135-165 170-245 275-400 450-650
1923-P 1C 125-150 200-300 350-450 500-700 750-900 925-1250 ------
1923-P 1D 75-95 100-130 135-195 200-275 325-450 500-750 ------
1923-P 1E 250-350 400-550 600-800 850-950 1000-1500 2000-2500 ------
1923-P 1F 35-45 55-65 65-70 75-100 115-150 145-185 400-550
1923-P 1-O 50-65 75-100 125-140 150-200 225-300 400-550 800-1200
1923-P 2 40-50 60-70 75-85 95-135 150-200 375-500 700-1000
1923-P 3 40-55 55-70 75-100 115-145 150-200 225-300 ------
1923-D 2 75-90 130-195 300-425 950-1250 ------ ------ ------
1923-S 1C 50-75 80-110 115-140 200-275 300-450 ------ ------
1924-P 1A 55-70 85-115 120-165 175-250 300-450 650-900 ------
1924-P 2 45-55 60-75 100-125 150-200 275-500 750-1000 ------
1924-P 5A 75-90 95-115 125-175 200-265 300-400 600-850 1250-1500
1924-P 8A 60-80 90-115 125-175 225-275 300-425 550-800 ------
1924-S 3 75-115 175-350 400-525 650-800 900-1250 ------ ------
Date VAM Popularity XF AU 60-61 62 63 64 65

Chart Legend

1923-D
Date and Mintmark of the varieties listed in the Oxman/Close Top 50 Attribution Guide.
300-400
Prices of coins offered in various Fixed Price Lists, including coins listed for sale on the PCGS/Collectors’ Universe website, as well as other on-line sites, where individual prices fit within the ranges displayed in the orange boxes.
175-275
Prices of coins actually sold by on-line auction houses, such as Heritage and GreatCollections, at prices which fit within the price range displayed in the green boxes.
225-275
Prices of coins offered for sale on EBay at prices which fit within the range displayed in the yellow boxes. Because it is difficult to ascertain which coins actually sell and at what price, caution should be used as to the reliability of such information. Hence, the yellow background color.
150-200
Prices of coins that traded hands in private transactions known to us.
Popularity of a particular variety in Mint State, as measured on a five-star scale, five stars being the most popular among collectors.

 

All rights Reserved © 2018 Jeff Oxman • July 30, 2018
No part of this research, pricing or presentation may be reproduced by any means without the written consent of the author.
Please Note: The values listed in the above chart are for informational purposes only.
They represent neither an offer to buy nor an offer to sell.