Cull coins are coins with flaws or in generally poor condition. Some collectors see cull coins as undesirable, while others find them an attractive option and worthy investments despite their impurities.
Peace dollars were minted in the United States from 1921-1928, and again in 1934-1935.
Cull Peace dollars contain the same amount of silver as Morgan dollars and are often available at a lower premium.
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The Circulated Peace Dollar Culls coin contains .7734 troy ounces of silver bullion. The melt value of one Circulated Peace Dollar Culls coin is $12.82 based on the current silver spot price.
The average price for Circulated Peace Dollar Culls for the past 7 days is $18.10.