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Peace Silver Dollar $1 NGC MS 61 (Random Year, 1922-1935)

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Peace Silver Dollar $1 NGC MS 61 (Random Year, 1922-1935)


*Please note, this is a random year listing. The dates will be chosen randomly, based on our current availability. The 1928-P will NOT be included in the range.

Issued to memorialize the American victory in World War I, Silver Peace Dollars also signify peace after World War I. The Peace Dollars were struck by the US Mint from 1921-1928 and then again from 1934-1935. These coins are a rather short-lived series and are therefore much sought after by collectors who may find it is easier to complete these sets. Designed by Anthony de Francisci, these were the last silver coins actually struck for circulation in the United States of America.

Coin Features:

  • Random Year. The chosen dates may all be the same or vary.
  • Made from .900 fine silver
  • Actual weight of 0.7734 toz.
  • Graded by NGC as MS 61.
  • Produced by the U.S. Mint.
  • Designed by Anthony de Francisci.
  • Individual coins come in an NGC holder
  • Obverse: Features a left-facing portrait of Lady Liberty wearing a radiate crown with several loose strands of hair blowing in the wind, a design by Anthony de Francisci, modeled by Teresa de Francisci. Inscriptions – “LIBERTY,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” Year of Mintage.
  • Reverse: A majestic bald eagle perched on a mountain top holding an olive branch in its talons on a background of sunrise. Inscriptions ­ “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA,” “E PLURIBUS UNUM,” “PEACE,” “ONE DOLLAR.”

Commemorating American victory in World War I and symbolizing peace, these Silver Peace Dollar Coins have a rich heritage. These coins also marked the initiation of new and fresh ideas, as they were the result of an article written by ANA Past President Frank Duffield to introduce a new coin to honor America's victory.

Although a bill was not passed by the Congress to mint these coins, they could be minted at the discretion of the Secretary of Treasury under an act of 1890. According to this specific act, a new coin may be introduced if the old coin has been mined for more than 25 years. Hence, the Morgan Dollars that had been mined for more than 25 years were replaced by the new Peace Dollar in December 1921 without the act of Congress.

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