About 1928 Peace Dollar
There is nothing quite like owning a rare coin; they are a tangible part of the nation's history, and the 1928 Peace dollar, printed to celebrate and commemorate peace, is no different. This unique coin features Lady Liberty's profile on the front and a bald eagle clutching an olive branch on the reverse. The 1928 edition was the last year minted of the first run of several million coins. The Peace dollar is regarded as a rare coin due to its mint years; only two mints, one in San Francisco and the other in Philadelphia, struck the coin. Thus, the 1928 Peace dollar is regarded as a rare and valuable coin. You can determine which mint a coin came from based on either an "S" or a "P" printed near the eagle's tail. The 1928 P Peace dollar indicates Philadelphia's mint, while the "S" indicates San Francisco. When it comes to coins, several basic categories determine price. A coin in "good" condition is worn, but details are still visible. "Fine" features less visible wear, and a bit of luster remains from the original mint. "Extra fine" means it is impossible for the naked eye to discern the difference between fine and the final step of "uncirculated," which are coins that never reach public usage. You can find individual coins and Peace dollar sets available in various conditions from the large inventory on eBay and bring peace to your collection.