1927-D Denver Peace Silver Dollar Extra Fine. Just five Peace dollar dates were struck by the Denver Mint in the entire series. Of those five dates, less than 1.3 million were struck in 1927, which proved to be the lowest output by the Denver Mint. Today it's estimated that merely 9,000 of these historic dollars may survive in mint-state quality — that's less than 1% of the original mintage. Those BU issues regularly sell for over $300, which puts added collecting pressure on the small fraction of circulated Peace dollars remaining.
1935-S San Francisco Peace Silver Dollar Extra Fine. After the Peace dollar series quota was reached in 1928, minting was suspended. Six years later during the Great Depression, the U.S. government decided to revive the series. However, the price of silver went up appreciably after the bill's passage and comparatively few 1935 Peace dollars were actually output. While earlier individual mintages had averaged 7.9 million, the 1935-S San Francisco production was only 2 million silver dollars. Sharply detailed Extra Fine quality.