1927 Peace Silver Dollar. MS-66 (PCGS).This is a breathtakingly beautiful premium Gem that would do justice to the finest Peace dollar collection. Sharply struck from the rims to the centers, both sides also sport full mint luster in a lively satin to softly frosted finish. Brilliant throughout with much to offer the advanced Peace dollar enthusiast vying for top ranking on the PCGS Set Registry. After only the 1928, the 1927 has the lowest mintage of any circulation strike issue in this series. Just 848,000 coins were struck, and Mint State survivors are scarce by the standards of the type. Roger Burdette in his <em>Guide Book of Peace Dollars</em> (2008) writes: "The 1927 issue is the rarest Philadelphia-minted coin in Uncirculated condition, although the 1928 is often given this honor because of its very low total mintage. Coins in MS-63 are fairly common, but in MS-64 and higher, this coin is one of the rarer issues in the series." This premium Gem holds distinction as top-pop, a status shared with just 18 other grading events at PCGS. A significant find worthy of the strongest bids.