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The 1922-D silver dollar is the first Peace dollar from the Denver Mint. The issue had a huge mintage of 15 million pieces, and it has surfaced in several hoards over the years. The coin is readily available in all grades today, making it a popular choice for type collectors. Mint State coins are typically in lower Uncirculated grades, with most examples heavily bagmarked. The issue is a condition rarity at the Gem level, and coins above the MS65 grade are rare indeed.
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