The San Francisco Mint's Peace dollar production drastically fell in the mid-1920s. Its 1925-S mintage of just 1.6 million amounted to merely 8% of the 1923-S production. In fact, it was the lowest single mintage in the series from 1922 to 1926. Today a silver dollar encyclopedia estimates that as few as 22,000 may survive in mint-state quality, which puts added pressure on the limited number available in our clearly detailed Very Fine quality.
Diameter 38.1mm, Weight 26.73 grams, Composition .900 silver
Mintmark San Francisco
Grade Very Fine
Material 90% Silver