Tied for Highest Graded – 1927 Peace Dollar NGC MS66

The 1927 has a reputation for being among the scarcer Peace dollar issues in the series in Gem and better condition, and it rivals the 1928 for the distinction of scarcest Philadelphia issue in Mint State. The 1927’s conditional scarcity comes in part from the mintage of 848,000 pieces, which is the second lowest in the series from any mint. This is one of the more formidable acquisitions for Registry collectors, particularly with regards to coins in MS66, the highest grade achieved at either PCGS or NGC.

The NGC population is only 4 with none graded higher.

Listed at $24,000 in the CDN CPG and $25,000 in the NGC price guide.

Offered at $15,750