Peace Silver Dollar $1 NGC MS 65 (Random Year, 1922-1935)
Silver Peace Dollars NGC MS 65 (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.
Silver Peace Dollars were released to mark the victory of the United States of America in World War I. These highly sought after coins were minted from 1921-1928 and 1934-1935. Bullion Exchanges is proud to carry this Peace Silver Dollar, graded MS 65 by NGC. Struck from .900 fine silver, the coin has an ASW of .7734 troy oz. The coin also carries a face value of $1. Peace Dollars were the last US Dollar coin struck from silver to be used in circulation. Purchase one today!
Anthony de Francisci’s impressive design won a competition to find coin designs symbolizing peace. De Francisci designed both the obverse and reverse of the coin.
The obverse design draws inspiration from the features of Anthony’s wife, Teresa. She was the model for the Peace Dollar’s Lady Liberty, shows wearing a radiate crown and facing left. The reverse design, featuring a bad eagle perched on an olive branch and broken sword, initially was met with controversy. The New York Herald ran a scathing editorial two days after the design was announced, citing the broken sword symbolized defeat, though the artist claimed it symbolized victory. The US Mint caved to public opinion soon after, replacing the broken sword with an extra olive branch.
- Random Year. The chosen dates may all be the same or vary.
- Weighs .7734 troy oz and contains .900 fine silver
- Graded MS 65 by NGC
- Face value of $1
- 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.”
Bullion Exchanges proudly provides our customers with a large selection of US Mint Silver Coins, including this Peace Silver Dollar $1 NGC MS 65 (Random Year, 1922-1935). Also, feel free to browse our inventory of Silver Morgan Dollars. Your order will be carefully packaged and shipped to your address. Please reach out to our customer service team with any questions regarding our products.