A U.S. Peace silver dollar coin minted between 1922-1925. These coins are in Mint State condition, without a wear and strong mint luster. These coins are in above-average condition for uncirculated Peace dollars, with fewer contact marks than most. Please see the product images for examples. Coins come from a lot of mints – Philadelphia (no mintmark), Denver (“D” mintmark) and San Francisco (“S” mintmark).
The successor to the Morgan dollar, these beautiful silver coins were minted from 1921-1935. The Peace dollar commemorates the end of World War I and the return of world peace. The obverse side of the coin features the portrait of a young Lady Liberty, whilst the reverse features a proudly defiant bald eagle perched on a mountaintop, bathed in the rays of the setting sun. The Peace dollars were the last silver dollars produced by the U.S. Mint. This old coin is a huge, hefty chunk of silver, measuring an inch and a half across.
Specifications: Every coin measures 38mm in diameter, weighs 26.7g, and is made of .900 fine silver. Every coin might be shipped in a archival-quality Mylar flip, secured in a corrugated cardboard safety mailer by Original Skin Coins. Every flip also features a small insert with basic info at the coin. When you have any questions about the coin, please send us (O.S.C.) a message and we will be able to respond within 24 hours.
One (1) genuine U.S. Peace silver dollar in Mint State condition, with strong luster and no wear
Minted between 1922-1925 by either the Denver, San Francisco, or Philadelphia mint
Measures 38mm diameter, weighs 26.7g, made of .900 fine silver
The last silver dollar coin produced by the U.S. mint – 90% silver
Minted to commemorate the end of WWI and the return of world peace