The CoinWeek Midnight Stream Episode #2: Peace Dollars


The CoinWeek Midnight Stream returned on Friday with its second episode as editor Charles Morgan covered the week in coins and gave an in-depth breakdown of the Peace dollar series and market.

The Peace dollar was the last .900 silver dollar coin struck for circulation by the United States Mint and was produced from 1921 to 1935. The artistically fascinating design replaced the classic Morgan dollar of 1878-1921.

Always popular, Peace dollar sets can be collected by date, mintmark, by grade, color… you name it. Charles breaks down the latest market data concerning the price of Peace dollars in grades MS63 to MS66 and discusses important factors that you need to know before you buy your first coin.

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After our Peace dollar discussion, Charles answered viewer questions live on air.

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