A U.S. Peace silver dollar coin minted between 1922-1925. These coins are in Mint State condition, with no 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 variety 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, while 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 large, hefty chunk of silver, measuring an inch and a half across.
Specifications: Each coin measures 38mm in diameter, weighs 26.7g, and is made of .900 fine silver. Each coin will be shipped in a archival-quality Mylar flip, secured in a corrugated cardboard safety mailer by Original Skin Coins. Each flip also includes a small insert with basic info on the coin. If you have any questions about the coin, please send us (O.S.C.) a message and we will 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