- Coming Soon!
- • Morgan Dollars
- • Peace Dollars
Editor’s Note: It turns out that the Top 50 Peace dollar listed varieties dating from 1925 through 1935 do not trade hands at the same rate as the 1921 to 1924 varieties, so that corroborating data is very much reduced. So, the Part II Value Guide listings are more tentative than the Part I estimates, and at this point, should be considered general guidelines only, and not specific values.
From Part 1: 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 color-coded backgrounds 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 retail price, but merely one more piece of information that might prove useful to collectors. Needless to say, some of the prices we encountered were above those listed, while others were below. As a result, each pricing point in the accompanying guide is ultimately the editor’s rough estimate of value 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 Pricing Guide was assembled in response to frequent inquiries about our opinion as to what a particular Peace dollar variety might be worth in a particular grade. Now it’s our hope that the guide can present some useful data points, add to the discussion and then help to stabilize the ever-fluctuating market for these varieties.