Common circulated Peace Silver Dollars, often cherished by both investors and collectors alike, hold a unique position in the annals of American numismatics. The Peace Dollars offered here will be of our choice. Coins are from various mints & years from 1922 - 1935 The condition is circulated, these coins may show significant wear from use in commerce.  No blanks.

Struck by the United States Mint from 1921 to 1928, and again in 1934 and 1935, these coins are a tangible piece of the country's history, reflecting a period of recovery and optimism following the conclusion of World War I. The Peace Dollars are produced with 90% silver and 10% copper, these U.S. Mint silver dollars not only have silver metal value but also a historical and aesthetic appeal that makes them a sought-after piece for any collection.

Coin Highlights:


  • Composition and Weight: Each Peace Silver Dollar consists of 90% silver and 10% copper, adhering to the standard silver dollar specifications of the time, with a total weight of 26.73 grams (0.85938946 of one troy ounce) and a silver content of approximately 0.77344 troy ounces.
  • Diameter: 38.1 mm (1.5 in) Thickness: 2.4 mm (1921-1935)
  • Design: The coin features a striking US Mint design by Anthony de Francisci, showcasing Lady Liberty on the obverse, modeled after his wife, Teresa de Francisci. The reverse depicts an American bald eagle at rest clutching an olive branch with its talons, symbolizing peace, which was the sentiment of the era and the reason behind its namesake.
  • Mint Marks and Varieties: These coins were produced at several U.S. Mint facilities, including Philadelphia (no mint mark), Denver (D), and San Francisco (S). The absence or presence of these mint marks can affect the coin's rarity and value.
  • Condition (No Grade) Commonly circulated Peace Silver Dollars are typically in a condition that shows significant wear from use in commerce. "Circulated" coins may have scratches, dings, or other marks that reflect their age and history of circulation. While they may not have the aesthetic appeal of higher-grade silver coins, they are an affordable way to own a piece of American silver currency and history.
  • Investment and Collectibility: While circulated condition coins might not fetch high premiums over their silver content, they are an accessible entry point for new collectors or those looking to own a piece of history without a significant investment. Their silver content also makes them a stable store of value, particularly attractive to silver investors.


The Silver Peace Dollar, has historical significance, beauty, and value. Whether for a seasoned collector, a numismatic enthusiast, or an investor in precious metals, these coins represent a fascinating chapter in the story of American currency.

Mint Generic - Various
Year Any Year
Country United States
Weight 1
Purity 900
Status Active

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Common circulated Peace Silver Dollars, often cherished by both investors and collectors alike, hold a unique position in the annals of American numismatics. The Peace Dollars offered here will be of our choice. Coins are from various mints & years from 1922 - 1935 The condition is circulated, these coins may show significant wear from use in commerce.  No blanks.

Struck by the United States Mint from 1921 to 1928, and again in 1934 and 1935, these coins are a tangible piece of the country's history, reflecting a period of recovery and optimism following the conclusion of World War I. The Peace Dollars are produced with 90% silver and 10% copper, these U.S. Mint silver dollars not only have silver metal value but also a historical and aesthetic appeal that makes them a sought-after piece for any collection.

Coin Highlights:


  • Composition and Weight: Each Peace Silver Dollar consists of 90% silver and 10% copper, adhering to the standard silver dollar specifications of the time, with a total weight of 26.73 grams (0.85938946 of one troy ounce) and a silver content of approximately 0.77344 troy ounces.
  • Diameter: 38.1 mm (1.5 in) Thickness: 2.4 mm (1921-1935)
  • Design: The coin features a striking US Mint design by Anthony de Francisci, showcasing Lady Liberty on the obverse, modeled after his wife, Teresa de Francisci. The reverse depicts an American bald eagle at rest clutching an olive branch with its talons, symbolizing peace, which was the sentiment of the era and the reason behind its namesake.
  • Mint Marks and Varieties: These coins were produced at several U.S. Mint facilities, including Philadelphia (no mint mark), Denver (D), and San Francisco (S). The absence or presence of these mint marks can affect the coin's rarity and value.
  • Condition (No Grade) Commonly circulated Peace Silver Dollars are typically in a condition that shows significant wear from use in commerce. "Circulated" coins may have scratches, dings, or other marks that reflect their age and history of circulation. While they may not have the aesthetic appeal of higher-grade silver coins, they are an affordable way to own a piece of American silver currency and history.
  • Investment and Collectibility: While circulated condition coins might not fetch high premiums over their silver content, they are an accessible entry point for new collectors or those looking to own a piece of history without a significant investment. Their silver content also makes them a stable store of value, particularly attractive to silver investors.


The Silver Peace Dollar, has historical significance, beauty, and value. Whether for a seasoned collector, a numismatic enthusiast, or an investor in precious metals, these coins represent a fascinating chapter in the story of American currency.

Specifications

Mint Generic - Various
Year Any Year
Country United States
Weight 1
Purity 900
Status Active

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