What We Know About the 2023 Morgan and Peace Dollar Issues from the US Mint
Coins scheduled to sell this Summer. Prices rise on the 2021 issues as the market reacts positively to the news.
Great news! The US Mint sent an email to customers earlier this week with information regarding an increase in household purchase limits on the highly-anticipated 2023 Morgan and Peace dollar commemorative issues. I was previously unaware that the Mint had confirmed the that they would issue these coins, though the industry had been hopeful of an impending announcement.
Naturally, the email regarding household limits was good news as it confirms these coins are on the production schedule. According to the notice, the business strike (MS) coins will released this Summer with proof issues coming in the Fall.
It also appears that the releases will differ from the 2021 coins, that featured a combination of various mint issues and those with privy marks.The 2023 issues appear to be limited to the following:
- 2023-P Morgan dollars mint state (MS) Mintage limit: 275,000
- 2023-S Morgan dollars proof (PR) Mintage limit: 400,000
- 2023-S Morgan dollars reverse proof* (REV PR) Mintage limit: 250,000
- 2023-P Peace dollars mint state (MS) Mintage limit: 275,000
- 2023-P Peace dollars prof (PR) Mintage limit: 400,000
- 2023-P Peace dollars reverse proof* (REV PR) Mintage limit: 250,000
*The reverse proof issues will be sold as a 2-piece set (one each of the Morgan and Peace dollar).
In the meantime, we have seen a healthy spike in both demand and wholesale bids for the 2021 Morgan and Peace issues. It is likely that sellers anticipate increased demand for those issues when the 2023s hit the market.
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Author: John Feigenbaum
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