The Peace Dollar was the final design from the United States Mint that was released for circulation use. Though an Eisenhower Dollar was issued by the United States in the 1970s, it was not issued for circulation with actual silver content and only struck in 40% silver for proof issues. Right now, $1 Peace Silver Dollar Legal Tender Notes are available to purchase online at Silver.com.
- Ships to you inside a bi-fold presentation folio with a Certificate of Authenticity included!
- Marks the centennial date of the first Peace Silver Dollar release!
- US legal tender notes!
- Features enhanced, high-definition graphics!
- Bears a face value of $1 (USD) backed by the federal government.
- The obverse side depicts the images from the Peace Dollar.
- On the reverse is the traditional $1 bill design.
- Enhancements completed by a private mint.
Each $1 Peace Silver Dollar Legal Tender Note available here comes with its own bi-fold presentation folio. The notes include a Certificate of Authenticity from the private mint that completed the enhancements. On the obverse side, high-definition graphics have been added to help celebrate the centennial of the first Peace Dollar release. These notes are in crisp, clean, uncirculated condition and come directly from Federal Reserve packs of $1 notes.
The United States Mint introduced the Peace Dollar in December 1921. The redesign of the Peace Dollar in 1921 marked the final denomination to be redesigned by the US Mint with 20th-century imagery. The design found on the coins was inspired by the demand from Americans to find designs on their coins reflective of the peace earned after the nation’s involvement in World War I.
The obverse side of the $1 Peace Silver Dollar Legal Tender Note features both the obverse and reverse effigies from the Peace Dollar. The center of the design field has the circular visual of a Peace Dollar coin with the obverse design of Liberty. This left-profile portrait of Liberty includes a towering crown of sunshine on the head of Liberty. On the left side of the note’s design field, you will find a depiction of an American bald eagle at rest obscuring the seal of the Federal Reserve Bank branch that distributed the notes. There are centennial dates found on this side of the note as well.
On the reverse of the $1 Peace Silver Dollar Legal Tender Note is the traditional design used on the bill since 1963. Here, the all-seeing eye atop a pyramid is found on the left with the Great Seal of the United States on the right.
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