The United States Mint announced prices and the type of finishes for their 2023-dated Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars. One of the five announced products is a pairing of both coins in a reverse proof set.
The information was revealed in a document published June 29 on the Federal Register, the official source of notices by government agencies and a daily journal of their proceedings.
In addition to reverse proof, collector finishes for the 2023 silver dollars include regular proof and uncirculated.
U.S. Mint announced product options and prices for the coins follow.
U.S. Mint 2023 Morgan & Peace Silver Dollar Products and Prices*
|Product||Mint / Mint Mark||Mintage||Price|
|2023-P Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar||Philadelphia – No Mint Mark||275,000||$67.00|
|2023-P Uncirculated Peace Silver Dollar||Philadelphia – No Mint Mark||275,000||$67.00|
|2023-S Proof Morgan Silver Dollar||San Francisco – S||400,000||$73.00|
|2023-S Proof Peace Silver Dollar||San Francisco – S||400,000||$73.00|
|2023-S Morgan and Peace Silver Dollar Reverse Proof Set||San Francisco – S||250,000||$175.00|
*This table was updated July 18, 2022, to include new information about the dollars, including their mintages and production location.
As of this writing, no information is available as to where the dollars will be produced.
Centennial renditions of the historic Morgan and Peace dollars launched in 2021. The U.S. Mint had plans to release proof editions for 2022 but those were canceled due to their limited supply of silver blanks.
The coins minted in 2021 are in uncirculated finish and sold for $85 apiece. Options included Morgan dollars produced at the Philadelphia, Denver and San Francisco Mints and a Peace dollar struck at the Philadelphia Mint.