After nearly two decades out of production, the United States Mint resumed coining silver dollars in 1921. The coins issued from January to early December 1921 bore the historic Morgan Dollar design. On December 28, 1921, the US Mint began coining the all-new design for the Silver Peace Dollars. Today, Silver Peace Dollars are available to you with an MS64 certification online at Silver.com.
- Available to ship to you in a protective plastic slab courtesy of the PCGS or NGC!
- Comes with dates of 1922-1926 or 1934-1935!
- Availability of certified coins is limited!
- Consists of .7734 Troy ounce of actual silver content.
- The face value of $1 (USD) is fully backed by the US government.
- Graded Mint State 64 by the Professional Coin Grading Service or Numismatic Guaranty Corporation.
- Lady Liberty is on the obverse in left-profile relief.
- An American bald eagle rests on the reverse.
- Artwork by Anthony de Francisci.
- Please keep in mind you may get coins with matching dates and labels when you purchase multiples.
In 1878, the United States Mint resumed coining silver dollars with the Silver Morgan Dollar design after a five-year hiatus. That hiatus ended the Seated Liberty Dollar design and the Morgan was produced from 1878 to 1904. Following a 17-year hiatus, the silver dollar returned once again in 1921. The Morgan design was again struck through most of 1921, but the US Mint wanted a new design reflective of the hard-earned peace of World War I. By December 1921, the new die was ready and the mint began striking the Silver Peace Dollar.
All of the Silver Peace Dollars available in this listing come with dates from 1922 to 1926 or 1934 to 1935. These coins earned Mint State 64 certifications from either the PCGS or the NGC. Coins in this condition have average mint luster, several small contact marks, one or two moderate-to-heavy marks, and the possibility for one or two small patches of hairlines. On the whole, the coins have a quite attractive eye appeal.
Silver.com selects these coins at random with no guarantee on the date mark and no guarantee of which grading house issued the MS64 grade. We select all coins at random once your payment has cleared. Please keep in mind that it is possible to get coins with matching date marks and labels if you purchase multiples.
Lady Liberty features in left-profile relief on the obverse side of Silver Peace Dollars. The image of Liberty found here reflects the softer demeanor of America following World War I as it sought isolationism again and enjoyed the first years of the Roaring 20s. This bright depiction of Liberty captures her face with soft, delicate features and a crown reflective of sunrays.
An American bald eagle is shown at rest in the reverse design of Silver Peace Dollars. Again reflecting the nation’s hopes for peace, the bald eagle is at rest on the perch of an olive branch with its wings resting at its sides.
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