Coin Specifications

Category: Peace Dollars (1921-1935)
Mint: San Francisco
Mintage: 1,632,000
Catalog: KM-150
Obverse Designer: Anthony de Francisci
Reverse Designer: Anthony de Francisci
Composition: Silver
Fineness: 0.9000
Weight: 26.7300g
ASW: 0.7734oz
Melt Value: $12.51 (5/3/2015)
Diameter: 38.1mm
Edge: Reeded
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1928 S S$1 MS obverse 1928 S S$1 MS reverse


  
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Description & Analysis

While the 1928-S boasts a considerably higher mintage than its similarly dated P-mint counterpart (1.6 million pieces vs. 360,649 pieces), the former issue has a much lower certified population in MS65. It is the typically encountered striking incompleteness for S-mint Peace Dollars that keeps most extant '28-S examples from grading finer than MS64, although unsightly bagmarks also play a part.

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Price Guide

Last Updated: 2/17/2015

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1928 S S$1 MS
  GVGFVFXF5053555861626364656667686970
Base $ 33.00 37.00 42.00 50.00 57.00 65.00 70.00 90.00 130 230 305 550 1235 23000 57500 - - - -
$ 60.00 - - 100.00 140 265 400 725 2800 39000 - - -

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NGC GRADE SUMMARY

Total Graded: 5168
Low Grade: PrAg
Average Grade: 61
High Grade: 66


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Auction Prices Realized

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Date
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Grade
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Price
1/21/1998 PCGS MS 63   Teletrade Auction 1017, 1017/Lot# 1830 $283.40
10/18/2000 PCGS MS 64   Teletrade Auction 1368, 1368/Lot# 1742 $817.50
2/1/2009 PCGS MS 64   Goldberg February 1-4, 2009 Pre-Long Beach Coin and Currency Auction, 51/Lot# 1302 $920.00
11/13/2011 PCGS MS 63   Heritage Auctions Internet Coin Auction Session(2), 131147/Lot# 27218 $402.50
7/27/2013 PCGS MS 64   Stack's Bowers The August 2013 Chicago ANA World's Fair of Money , 192/Lot# 2735 $1,116.25
11/24/2013 NGC MS 62   GreatCollections GreatCollections Coin Auctions 11/24/2013, 102/Lot# 148667 $232.76
3/2/2014 PCGS MS 62   David Lawrence Rare Coins Internet Auction # 793, 802/Lot# 1271 $310.00


NGC Registry

NGC Registry Score 1928 S S$1 MS
 PrAgGVGFVF4045505355586061626364656667686970
Base13515915916317518319821231136945050262978711301678690389988106119493437262906
1431591601671771882022453303964675446819011312341976018998938719423438830
000000202245330396467544681901131234197601899893871942300
00000020727834942348458673410151495516182998998106682689700
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Grade: MS 65
Points: 6903
Owner: evilwoman13
 
Grade: MS 64
Points: 3419
Owner: Ramundo
 
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