2023-S Reverse Proof Morgan & Peace Dollar NGC rev PF70 First Day of Issue
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The 2023-S Morgan and Peace Dollar Two-Coin Reverse Proof Set graded rev PR70 First Day of Issue by NGC is a remarkable collection that features both the Morgan Dollar and Peace Dollar, each with a reverse proof finish. This set is particularly unique as it marks the first time these coins have been struck in reverse proof finishes. Both coins bear the "S" mint mark, indicating they were minted at the San Francisco Mint. Each coin is crafted from .999 pure silver.
This set is a must-have for serious collectors, especially considering its limited mintage of 250,000. The coins' intricate designs and the unique reverse proof finish make them stand out, ensuring they'll be a prized possession in any collection.
NGC First Day of Issue designates select coins purchased within one day of the first day of release by the U.S. Mint. The First Day of Issue pedigree not only adds value to modern coins, but provides collectors with the opportunity to own distinct, scarcer subsets.
- Denomination: $1
- Finish: Reverse Proof
- Composition: .999 Pure Silver
- Diameter: 1.5 inches
- Edge: Reeded
- Mint and Mint Mark: San Francisco (S)
- Privy Mark: None
- Mintage Limit: 250,000
- Edge: Reeded
- Label: Special Morgan and Peace Dollar label
Morgan Dollar Reverse Proof Coin:
Obverse Design: Liberty's profile adorned with a cap and crown. Surrounding inscriptions include "LIBERTY", 13 stars, "E PLURIBUS UNUM", and the date of issuance.
Reverse Design: An eagle with outstretched wings holding arrows and an olive branch, complemented by a wreath. Inscriptions include “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and “ONE DOLLAR.”
Peace Dollar Reverse Proof Coin:
Obverse Design: Liberty's profile featuring a radiant crown. Inscriptions are “LIBERTY,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and the year of issuance.
Reverse Design: An eagle at rest, holding an olive branch above the word “PEACE.” Additional inscriptions are “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” and “ONE DOLLAR.”