2023-P Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars Available July 13

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Mint image 2023-P Uncirculated Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars
U.S. Mint images of their 2023-P Uncirculated Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars. The coins will go on sale July 13.

The United States Mint has revealed that July 13 will be the release date for their highly anticipated 2023-P Uncirculated Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars. The release dates for the proof versions of the dollars as well as their reverse proof set remain unspecified, but are expected to be released sometime this fall.

Update (May 3): The Mint plans to release the proof dollars on August 9.

Subscriptions remain available for all five silver dollar products, except for the uncirculated Morgan dollar, which offers a "Remind Me" option in case any become available due to cancellations. Mint subscriptions work much like magazine subscriptions, where subscribers receive products as soon as they become available.

For those who prefer not to subscribe, the Mint is reserving a limited quantity of 10% of each product for sale at the time of launch.

Struck at the Philadelphia Mint, the pair of uncirculated dollars will be priced at $76 each and limited to a mintage of 275,000 for each coin.

Here are the options, mintages, order limits, and pricing for each product:

2023 Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars

Product Release Date Mint / Mint Mark Mintage Household Order Limit Price
2023-P Uncirculated Morgan Silver Dollar July 13 Philadelphia – No Mint Mark 275,000 25 $76.00
2023-P Uncirculated Peace Silver Dollar July 13 Philadelphia – No Mint Mark 275,000 25 $76.00
2023-S Proof Morgan Silver Dollar Aug. 9 San Francisco – S 400,000 25 $80.00
2023-S Proof Peace Silver Dollar Aug. 9 San Francisco – S 400,000 25 $80.00
2023-S Morgan and Peace Silver Dollar Reverse Proof Set Fall San Francisco – S 250,000 5 $185.00

 

The U.S. Mint’s subscription product page for Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars is located here.

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Seth Riesling

1.85 million silver dollars mintage…1,850,000 coins…will they ever sell out??

NumisdudeTX

Craig

Well, I am going to buy 6 of the 1,850,000 coins, so that’s a start. What I’m curious about is whether MM will utter the phrase “these sold out instantly” or “sold out, limited edition” first when premiering these on HSN. In all seriousness, I don’t think it matters if they sell out or not. If you like the series, collect them as you would the ASE’s. I don’t think anyone is going to get rich trading these Morgan’s/Peace dollars. Unless they mint the reverse of the Morgan on the Peace, or vice versa!

Last edited 9 months ago by Craig
Seth Riesling

Craig,

Mike Mezack the snake oil coin salesman on HSN & at CSN always says the U.S. Mint coins he is hawking are sold out live on air, when you can look at that moment on the Mint’s website and see they are still available. He does it all the time.
These look nice, but even top 70 grade will probably be common due to the sheer high numbers of each of the 5 options.
I plan on buying a few of the 2-coin sets. I will keep one & give the others to my 4 nephews.

NumisdudeTX

Last edited 9 months ago by Seth Riesling
Tom

Subscription for uncirculated coins are sold out
the 2 coin set now (finally) under 800 available so that will be sold out soon.
As for the proofs…plenty available.
It took forever for the uncirculated versions to sell out, and only after the limits were lifted, allowing the big wigs to buy great quantities.
1 each for me, and even that interest for me is waning.
And even with the subscription sell out, there are still the 10% or so available the day of release.

Craig

Good for you, Seth! There’s nothing like family and hopefully you’ll encourage some of your nephews to continue your endeavour. Are you planning on buying any of the uncirculated or proof versions or is it your plan to just buy the RP Set? If I could only buy one option, that would be the one for me.

Seth Riesling

Craig,

For now, I think I’ll just stick to the 2-coin set & buy the household limit of 5 sets. But, come first day of issue, I might just buy 1 each of the single coin offerings. I’m just not sure yet. I did get very lucky & got all of the 2021 coins on issue day. The Peace dollar had a scratch on the cheek, but I wasn’t going to risk returning it & possibly not getting a replacement due to quick sellout.

NumisdudeTX

Craig

You were lucky indeed to procure all 6 of the 2021’s Seth. I was able to get all but the privy CC and they all look like 70’s to me. Of course, I wouldn’t be able to differentiate a MS70 from a MS69 as they both look the same to me. I sometimes wonder, with the high amount of 70’s offered for purchase these days, if the grading companies can either. I was forced to purchase the privy CC from a dealer and it, of course, had a tiny indentation on the obverse. I figured it was a coin that… Read more »

Tom

about 250 of the 2 coin set sold today, 544 left under subscription….

Rooster

Thanks Tom for these updates.

Craig

I will be looking forward to seeing either the Proof or Reverse Proof versions with a bit of excitement because I’ve never seen one in person. I have seen the RP Fiji set on HSN, and the obverse of the coins do look impressive, but they are Fiji coins. If the mint continues with this series it will be interesting to see how it affects the value of the 2021 versions. Assuming the mint continues to produce the series in high mint numbers, those 2021’s will be the coins people need to complete their collection. They, in essence, will be… Read more »

Craig

I’m surprised, Kaiser, that none of your family members would think that a Morgan/Peace dollar coin would be a great gift for you on your birthday or during the holidays. I knew my late Dad loved collecting coins and always managed to give him a nice coin, including Morgans/Peace Dollars, on special occasions, They always put a big smile on his face. People who are into numismatics should be the easiest to buy gifts for (unless they are only collectors of gold coins of course!)

greg

check your math. 1.6mil

Kate

Only a non-collector would make the mistake of thinking coins of the same year but different mint marks were equivalent. It will depend on how well they are struck and whether they can grade at MS70. The 2021 Morgan D MS70 is worth multiples of time as the others that year because the strike was poor and there were significantly less MS70 examples. At this point almost every one of the coins are spoken for and if you think the sell out on line on the day of sale was fast for the 2021 wait to see how fast the… Read more »

Domenic Vaiasicca

MINT SITE NOW SHOWS AUG 9 FOR PROOF VERSIONS AND NOV 14 FOR REV PROOF SET.

Dazed and Coinfused

$12 more to make a reverse proof. Whoever hand places the coin and encapsulates it must be paid a ton per hour. Say 30 seconds per coin, 120 an hour produced. $12 each at 120 per hour $1440. That’s what the mint makes per hour. Minus whatever. Can’t imagine die that expensive. Silver isn’t that expensive, only thing left is the handler. Ain’t like MM and providing a red oak box. Then again, maybe that’s why his coins are usually 2x or more. Who knew

Craig

What do you think AI will do to that scenario? That meme is coming.

Chris Terp

Looks like a pricey day for buyers with both coins available on the same day.

Rooster

So true Chris.

Rooster

Kaiser: Agree with what you are saying but to be clear not complaining.

Chris Terp

Hmm, so the choice that day may be groceries or US Mint proof coins 😉

Rooster

I am in for the reverse and regular proofs. Uncirculated too but on a smaller scale. Looked forward to the proofs that never happened in 2022. My favorite coins have been the Morgan & Peace and IMHO there is nothing that comes closer than these. High mintage on these for sure but I have bought other coins with higher mintages.

Rooster

Always preferred proofs but this is the first year for proof Morgans and Peace.

Craig

I agree, the Proofs are the first for either Morgan/Peace to be sold to the general public and at a reasonable price. I don’t think I would factor in the mintage levels, of the uncirculated vs proofs, as a particular reason to purchase either because they are both high. As I like them both, I’m going to buy them both. The decision I’m wrangling with is do I buy 1 or 2 of each…I’m leaning to the 1!

Last edited 9 months ago by Craig
Rooster

Craig: I have always opted for a spare and an heir as a minimum. Not the gold but silver coins. Now I buy extras of the coins I like and pass on others.

Chet Morton

The US Mint continues to have planchet supply issues and I wouldn’t be surprised that the US Mint can’t get enough of them to produce the mintage limit maximums for these commemorative coins. The Mint can’t keep up with Silver Eagle demands using .999 planchets (these coins use lesser pure silver planchets) for years now. I believe maximum mintage is a limit, not a required quantity to make.

Seth Riesling

Chet Morton,

The U.S. Mint switched from .900 fine silver to .999 fine silver for all it’s silver coins & silver medals in 2019.

NumisdudeTX

Chet Morton

Sorry about that, I met that the silver weight is different between the planchets. The planchets used for the Morgan and Peace Dollars are 0.859 troy oz silver of silver as apposed to the usual 1 troy ounce.

Seth Riesling

Yes, these coins have about 14% less silver than the 1-ounce .9993 fine silver in the ASE $1 coins, but are priced the same as them!

NumisdudeTX

Rooster

Even though these Morgans and Peace are not commemoratives they are struck on commemorative coin planchets. Commemorative coins previously were 90% silver and silver content was .77344 oz.

Darkesmoke

I have another angle on the desirability vis a vis mintage surrounding these coins. Given the higher silver content than their original .900 fine predecessors, these coins lack true “mint luster.” If they are anything like the 2021’s, they will bear a more muted appearance, like medals rather than coins. This, combined with the high mintage won’t provide much after-market premium, although you could get a grading outlier like what we saw with the 2021-D Morgans. About the high mintage figures, a solution: The Mint should open a period of time, say 60 or 90 days, in which to order.… Read more »

Rooster

The uncirculated Morgan & Peace dollars have reopened for ordering.

Mike Petraitis

I had a subscription for the uncirculated peace and morgan dollar.I had an order for two of each and tried to add two more for both .They told me I can not add to it that it is over the limit per household. What is up with that?

Rooster

I had that happen also a couple months ago. Tried a few days later and it went through.

Andrew Darden Sellman

This article is misleading, in implying that the uncirculated 2023 Morgan and Peace Dollars are burnished. The US Mint describes them as 2023 (P), vice 2023-P as the article states. I’ve already had dealers trying to sell me the new ‘burnished’ 2023 coins and I’ve had to correct them. The 2023 Morgan and Peace dollars are uncirculated/mint state and NOT BURNISHED.