KEY DATE $1 1934-S PEACE NGC VF
Lot Number:13
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Start Time:7/5/2024 4:00:00 AM
End Time:7/21/2024 10:18:30 PM
Bid Count:4
Current High Bidder:R****d
Starting Bid:$1.00
Bid Increment:$1.50
Current Bid:$21.50

The 1934-S Peace Dollar graded NGC holds value for collectors, but the specific value depends on the exact NGC grade. Here's a breakdown:

Mintage and Significance:

  • The 1934-S Peace Dollar was minted at the San Francisco mint (indicated by the "S" mintmark). This mint produced fewer 1934-S Peace Dollars compared to the Philadelphia mint (no mintmark). While not extremely rare, the "S" mintmark adds a slight premium to the value.
  • 1934 marked the resumption of Peace Dollar production after a hiatus from 1928 to 1933. This makes the 1934 issue somewhat collectible.

Grading and Value:

The NGC grade assigned to your 1934-S Peace Dollar significantly impacts its value. Here's a general idea:

  • Circulated Condition: A well-worn 1934-S Peace Dollar graded NGC MS60 (lowest uncirculated grade) can range from $40 to $90.
  • Uncirculated Condition: NGC grades uncirculated coins from MS60 (Mint State) to MS70 (Perfect Mint State). The higher the grade, the better the preservation and the higher the value:
    • MS63 (moderately circulated): $225+ (based on eBay listings)
    • MS64: $400+
    • Higher grades (MS65, MS66) can reach $1,000 or more.

Resources:

  • NGC Coin Explorer - 1934-S Peace Dollar: [NGC 1934 S Peace Dollar] (Provides information on the coin)
  • eBay Listings (for reference): While not an official valuation source, sold listings on eBay can give you an idea of current market prices for similar coins: [eBay 1934 S Peace Dollar NGC]

Recommendation:

  • If you're unsure about the exact grade of your 1934-S Peace Dollar, getting it graded by NGC is recommended. This will not only determine the value but also authenticate the coin.
  • Consider the coin's overall eye appeal. Some collectors might pay a premium for a coin with attractive toning (natural colorization) or a strong strike (sharpness of design elements).
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