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  • 1922 Peace Dollar

    For me, this is one of the finest examples I've ever seen of the 1922. Just thought I would pull it out of my collection to share it here. In my research, I found this example does exist but is rarely seen. Hope you like it. NGC, I found out will grade it for what it is, a 1922 DMPL. That's why I never had it graded for years.
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  • #2
    Real nice coin. Great part of your collection.
    Bob Piazza
    Lincoln Cent Attributer

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    • #3
      Is it just me or does it seem suspiciously shiny? It seems void of luster. Like it was polished or slightly plated. It could be the photos...
      Jason Cuvelier

      CONECA
      Lead attributer

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      • #4
        Jcuve, it's probably the LED lighting. This was never polished, nor is it plated. It has an extremely strong cartwheel. I have several MS peace dollars but this one blows them all away. After all the years I've had it, I'm finally sending it for grading.
        Last edited by Coindog; 07-21-2021, 09:23 PM.

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        • #5
          My suggestion is to find a coin dealer who submits on a client's behalf and double check the surface first. Lightly plated coins are far more common than can be believed and they will fool people. I found a few in my grandfather's collection and he was unaware.

          Anyway, hopefully it's the lights. Good luck.
          Jason Cuvelier

          CONECA
          Lead attributer

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          • #6
            Thanks, will do.

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