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Why purchase this BU Peace 1921 Silver Dollar?
World War I presented the world with its greatest crisis in human history. It claimed 15-19 million lives, and more than double that number were wounded. When it ended, numismatists sought to commemorate its finish in the country's currency, and the Peace Dollar was born. This piece was part of the first issue, making it an ideal find not just for collectors but also for anyone who is interested in world history. The coin was struck in Philadelphia on a .7734 troy oz. planchet of .900 fine silver.
Powerful Liberty Design by Anthony de Francisci
Anthony de Francisci designed both faces of this coin. He used his wife, Teresa, as his model for Liberty, whom he renders in left-side profile. She wears a radiate crown that is similar to the one worn by the Statue of Liberty. Inscriptions on this face include "LIBERTY," "1921," and "IN GOD WE TRVST."
An eagle is perched on a crag on the reverse. The eagle holds an olive branch, a symbol of peace. The word "PEACE" is inscribed on the rock, while the sun's rays make for a stunning backdrop.
Exceptionally Well Preserved BU
Nearly a century after it was struck this coin remains in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. That means that it retains its original mint luster and has never been circulated.
Add this Silver 1921 Peace Dollar to your collection today.
|Year of Issue:||1921|
|Weight in Grams:||24.055 g|
|Weight in Ounces:||0.7734 oz|
|Legal Tender:||United States|
On November 11, 1918 an agreement ending World War I was signed and went into effect on the eleventh hour of the eleventh day of the eleventh month. The U.S., Canada, and other countries pay tribute to the men and women who bravely fought in major military conflicts with a diverse range of commemorative coins.
Issued from 1921 to 1928 and again in 1934 and 1935, the Peace dollar, is one of the most popular classic American coins and about 187 million of them were produced. Many people collect Peace dollars – whether by date, mintmark, grade and condition rarity, among other approaches.