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Peace Silver Dollar

Peace Silver Dollar $1 Coin


Year Minted: Random Years 1922-1928 & 1934-1935
Condition: Very Good (VG+)
Face Value: $1 US
Silver Content: .7734 oz troy
Origin: United States

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1922 - 1935 Peace Silver Dollars 

Peace Silver Dollars Dates Our Choice

Silver Dollar Peace Dollars $1 Face Value Coin History:

The Peace Silver Dollar was minted from 1922-1928 and again from 1934-1935.  The art of the design was from a contest to commemorate and celebrate the end of World War I. A time of long enduring Peace was the theme for the world.  

 

Peace Silver Dollar Coin Specifications:

  • Very Good (VG+)
  • Minted US Mint
  • Minted between 1922-1928 and again 1934-1935
  • Face Value $1 
  • Content 0.7734 troy ounce silver
  • Known as the Peace Dollar
  • Obverse: Features the artwork of Anthony de Francisci, a 34 year old contest winner, who designed the coin to showcase the spirit of our country after WWI.  Using his wife as a model, the youthful Lady Liberty is on the obverse. 
  • Reverse: Showcases the iconic American Eagle resting on an olive branch over the word "Peace." 

VG+ condition: Visible wear and softness throughout the design and signs of circulation. Discoloration and toning may be present. 

1922 - 1935 Peace Silver Dollars 

Peace Silver Dollars Dates Our Choice

Silver Dollar Peace Dollars $1 Face Value Coin History:

The Peace Silver Dollar was minted from 1922-1928 and again from 1934-1935.  The art of the design was from a contest to commemorate and celebrate the end of World War I. A time of long enduring Peace was the theme for the world.  

 

Peace Silver Dollar Coin Specifications:

  • Very Good (VG+)
  • Minted US Mint
  • Minted between 1922-1928 and again 1934-1935
  • Face Value $1 
  • Content 0.7734 troy ounce silver
  • Known as the Peace Dollar
  • Obverse: Features the artwork of Anthony de Francisci, a 34 year old contest winner, who designed the coin to showcase the spirit of our country after WWI.  Using his wife as a model, the youthful Lady Liberty is on the obverse. 
  • Reverse: Showcases the iconic American Eagle resting on an olive branch over the word "Peace." 

VG+ condition: Visible wear and softness throughout the design and signs of circulation. Discoloration and toning may be present. 

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