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What Is The Value Of A 1922 Silver Dollar, Liberty With The Mistake "In God We Trust"?

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Simon Lazarus answered
The value of your Peace Dollar (that is name given to these types of Silver Dollars) greatly depends on the condition it is in. Obviously, the better condition it is in, it will be worth more. The one in good condition coins start at around $30. There are some that are in mint condition and in packaging that cost up to $50. These are retail prices on the silver dollar. If you were to sell it to a vender, you will probably get less than $20 for it. If you want to get the maximum amount of money for it, you might want to try selling it to an individual directly.

The reason why it is harder to sell for a good price to a dealer or retailer is because they are trying to make a profit. They have to buy it for significantly less in order to profit off of the sale. So if you try to sell it to a retailer and they offer less than you expected, don’t take it personally. There are still a lot of 1922 Peace dollars in circulation, and this drives down the price. You can try to find someone who collects coins and make an offer to them. Since they probably intend on keeping it (most likely for the rest of their life,) they will pay a higher price. If you have a market where you live, it might provide you with a good opportunity to sell your coin.

You can also try selling it on an auction site, such as eBay, or on Amazon. Both sites keep a percentage of your profit as commission. If you choose to use these sites, you might consider having your coin verified as being original, and take photographs of it being appraised. This is to protect you from scams by online buyers.
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I have a 1922 silver dollar, it has lady liberty on both sides, one side says in god we trvst but also has the word (copy) on the left side, the other side has in god we trvst. I question if it is real or not. I do not see a mint number on it. Can you help me?
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I have two coins that are 1922 silver dollar and they are both miss spelled can you tell me what there worth.
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Many coins of that era actually read "IN GOD WE TRVST". It was common on 1920's coins . The artists used the Roman alphabet containing 24 letters which used some of the same letters as consonants and vowels. I and V were used as both consonants and vowels. It depends on condition. Anywhere from $30 to well over $2500 on 1 site and nothing over the silver content on another site which is 13 - $15. They call it a "Peace Dollar" for your reference. Sorry but it is the best I could do with a quick search of the web. You may do better with that small amount of knowledge I have just learned but I am in the middle of a bid right now and researching it also.
Bruce Tillson Profile
Bruce Tillson answered
Yes. Another example - Look at Roman names.....If the name Claudius is written it looks like Clavdivs!!!!!
Mark Profile
Mark answered
Don't buy a house in the Bahamas yet. They're all like that. It's an antiquated way of making a you.
It stems from ancient Greek stone carvers. It was too hard to chisel a rounded letter so they straightened them out. You should see their S's!
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Anonymous answered
I have a 1922 peace silver dollar with the words in cod we trvst, instead of in god we trust, I was wondering if it was worth very much.
Mike Catalanotto Jr Profile
It is impossible to determine the value of a coin without seeing it. Coins are valued based on condition, mintmark and rarity. Your coin is a Peace dollar since the Morgan dollar was made until 1921. As far as the missing E, one can only assume that it might just be wear from circulation or it may have been altered. Raw, uncertified Peace dollars are not worth very much unless it has an S or D mintmark. The mintmark location is on the reverse below ONE and above the eagles tail feathers. I would suggest bringing the coin to your local coin shop for an expert opinion of its grade and value.
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Anonymous answered
They all are spelled with trvst depends on date and condition on average 12.00 dollars
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Anonymous answered
I have a 1922 silver dollar with the word trust in the phrase "in God we trust" spelled wrong.  It is spelled "tr v st"  The v should have been a "you" but is a "v" instead.  Would that make it valuable and approximately how much?
Jacquelyn Mathis Profile
You can call your local mint and see what they say, or you can call several coin shops to find out, but don't let them tell you it's not worth too much, as a misprint is vary rare. You can also look at www.collectioncoins.com Hope this helps.
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Anonymous answered
I don't know, I only have some silver my dad gave me and some foreign coins... But it is rare - maybe you should contact an auction house - don't sell it on ebay or Craig's list because someone who knows it may be worth hundreds will buy it for 20!!!! Good Luck [email protected]
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Asuka Jr. answered
If this is a 'Peace' dollar, dated 1922, you don't mention if there is a mint mark, nor what condition it is in... The seeming 'mistake' in the 'In God We Trvst' is, in fact the normal spelling for all peace dollars, and other coins from that period.
 The value depends entirely upon condition. A dollar of this type in circulated condition is worth about $6, a nice uncirculated one is worth between $12 and $15, but you should check with pcgs.com or www.heritagecoins.com for current values.
 I hope this has helped in some way, and you have a great day!
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Jimmy Vega answered
What you have is a peace dollar. The way trust is spelled is correct and not a misprint. It's a common coin in the collecting area and sells for $8 in low grade and between $20 and $40 in never used condition or what they call mint state. It's 90% silver. Don't try to clean the coin to make it look better and keep it in a coin holder. Also keep it out a free flowing air and moisture. I hope this helps

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