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1922 & 1923 Silver Binion Collection MS63 NGC Peace Dollar Coins - 436-996


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436-996 - 1922 & 1923 Silver Binion Collection MS63 NGC Peace Dollar Coins
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1922 & 1923 Silver Binion Collection MS63 NGC Peace Dollar Coins

You will receive one 1922 Peace Dollar graded MS63 by NGC and 1923 graded the same. Each coin comes with the special Binion Cowboy label.

This is from the famous Ted Binion hoard. After his death, it was discovered by Nye County sheriff's deputies that Ted had had a 12-foot-deep vault built on the desert floor on a piece of property he owned in Pahrump, 60 miles (97 km) west of Las Vegas. The concrete bunker contained six tons of silver bullion, Horseshoe Casino chips, paper currency, and more than 100,000 rare coins, including Carson City silver dollars - many in mint condition - estimated to be worth between $7 million and $14 million - that were once housed in the Horseshoe vault. The Pahrump underground vault would play a major role in the investigation into Binion's death.

Specifications:

  • Certified: NGC
  • Grade: MS63
  • Diameter: 38.1mm
  • Denomination: One Dollar
  • Mintage Year: 1922
  • Obverse: Liberty
  • Reverse: Perched bald Eagle.
  • Specifications:

  • Certified: NGC
  • Grade: MS63
  • Diameter: 38.1mm
  • Denomination: One Dollar
  • Mintage Year: 1923
  • Obverse: Liberty
  • Reverse: Perched bald Eagle.
  • Measurements: 6"H x 4"W (8 lbs).

    Distributed by American Collectors Mint, LLC.


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