Why add the 1922 Silver Peace Dollar Top 50 PCGS AU58 VAM-1F Field Break California to your collection?
Professional Coin Grading Service (PCGS) graded this 1922 Silver Peace Dollar at the Abut Uncirculated 58 (AU58) level. The coin also has the 1922 VAM-1F "Field Break" attribution and the coveted California Collection pedigree, from the finest PCGS Registry Set ever assembled. This coin is also Top 50 Peace Dollar VAM. The series was struck on .900 fine silver planchets containing .7734 oz of bullion. This example was struck at the Nation's first Mint, in Philadelphia.
Youthful Liberty Design
Artist Anthony De Francisci was the designer of this classic coin. The obverse features Liberty wearing a radiant tiara. Her youthful appearance reflected the optimism of 1920's America. The reverse features a bald eagle standing on a rocky terrain while holding an olive branch over the word Peace. The coin was originally struck to mark the return of Peace after World War I.
AU58 1922 VAM-1F Field Break example
AU58 or "Choice Uncirculated" coins have lustrous, original surfaces and typically more eye appeal than MS60-62 graded coins. Light wear will be evident over the highest areas of the design. What makes this a VAM-1F? There is a die break in the rays in the field to the lower right of the eagle above DOLLAR. This appears as a cud crossing over the rays.
Order your 1922 Silver Peace Dollar Top 50 PCGS AU58 VAM-1F Field Break coin with the prestigious California Collection pedigree today!
|Year of Issue:||1922|
|Designation:||VAM-1F Field Break California|
|Weight in Grams:||24.055 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.7734 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States|