1923 Silver Dollar Value

  

In all grades from well-worn to high-grade Mint State, the 1923 may account for 5% to 10% of the silver dollars in existence today, Wayne Miller suggested in his 1982 text on the subject. Circulated grades: The 1923 Peace dollar is extremely common in VF-20 to AU-58 grades, and with the 1922, 1924, and 1925, is one of the most plentiful of all. These are 1923 peace dollar coins worth a lot of money. We look at silver dollar coin errors to look for. Louisiana (LA) Lottery Results - Latest Winning numbers. Check out my other coin videos on the channel for m.

  1. 1923 Silver Dollar Value

A common question we are asked about US silver dollars is - The value of the 1923 peace silver dollar is similar to other common dates dollars such as 1922 when in circulated condition. Like every silver coin (or collectible) the price is determined by supply and demand (and the price of silver).
Take a look at the attached Silver Dollar Price Guide and check list chart. It contains coin mintages and values for most United States Peace Silver Dollars in circulated condition and (some in) uncirculated grades.

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Peace style silver dollars were minted in most years between 1921 and 1935. This silver dollar value guide also lists all the years and the various mintmarks, as well as the number (quantity) made in each year that a silver dollar was minted. The left hand column can be used as an inventory checklist to mark the coins that you own, or want to buy.

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Keep in mind that the mintages don't reflect the quantity of silver dollars that exist today. Many United States issued silver dollars were melted by the government years ago, and it is unknown how many of each date remain today.

We hope you find this silver dollar price guide useful.

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Prices represent an average market price at the time this price guide was made. Market prices change daily, and there is always the chance of typographical errors when making a price list. There is no warranty expressed or implied that all information is 100% accurate. Please do not make any buy, sell, hold decisions based solely on this chart. Used multiple current resources when making such investment or purchase decisions.

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1923 Silver Dollar Value

Year:1923Type:Silver CertificateDenomination:One Dollar Bill
Value: The value of one dollar 1923 silver certificates is based on their condition and serial number.

We purchase $1 silver certificates from 1923. Send us an email to tell us what you have[email protected]. We will respond quickly with our opinion and offer.

Description: Series of 1923 one dollar silver certificates are the most common large size note known to exist. There are tens of thousands 1923 $1 bills known to exist. They are so common that when we buy them in circulated condition we usually wait until we have 100 of them then we sell them bulk. Even perfectly uncirculated 1923 $1 silver certificates don't sell for much more than $100.
1923 one dollar silver certificates have a portrait of George Washington. The blue seal is found on the left hand side of the bill. The serial numbers are blue and there is a big blue one on the right hand side of the bill. If your 1923 one dollar bill has a red seal, then you need to to the page about 1923 $1 legal tender notes.
If your series of 1923 one dollar silver certificate has a star symbol in the serial number, it will command a premium. You can learn more about 1923 $1 star notes here.
Variations: There are three different varieties of the 1923 one dollar silver certificate. The most common variety is signed by Speelman and White. The other common variety is signed by Woods and White.
The rarest (but still common) signature combination features the signatures of Woods and Tate.
Inscriptions: Silver Certificate - Series of 1923 - Register Of The Treasury - Treasurer Of The United States - This Certifies That There Has Been Deposited In The Treasury Of The United States One Silver Dollar Payable To Bearer On Demand Washington, D.C. - United States of America One Dollar - Amer Septent Sigil Thesaur - This Certificate Is Receivable For All Public Dues And When So Received May Be Reissued