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1926 Silver Peace Dollar BU

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1926 Silver Peace Dollar BU

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Why add this BU Silver 1926 Peace Dollar to your collection?

The Peace Dollar was first issued in 1921 to celebrate the end of the First World War. This coin comes from its fifth anniversary mintage, a significant date for a coin that was only minted for ten years in total. It was struck in Philadelphia from .7734 troy oz. of .900 fine silver.

Powerful Liberty Design by Anthony de Francisci

Anthony de Francisci created the designs that appear on both faces of this Peace Dollar. On the obverse is Liberty, whom he modeled off of his wife, Teresa. She dons a radiate crown, a reference to the Statue of Liberty. Inscriptions on this face include "LIBERTY," "1926," and "IN GOD WE TRVST."

On the reverse, an eagle rests on a crag while holding an olive branch. The sun has just begun to emerge on the lower right, and its rays extend upward and outwork, making for a striking backdrop. The word "PEACE" is included at the bottom, with other inscriptions including the coin's face value, "ONE DOLLAR."

Beautifully Maintained BU

This coin remains in Brilliant Uncirculated condition more than 90 years since it was first struck. That means that it has never been in circulation and retains its original mint luster, looking just as it did when it was first released from the mint.

Don't miss your chance to own this 1926 Peace Silver Dollar.

Year of Issue:1926
Mint:U.S. Mint
Grading Service:Uncertified
Finish:Mint State
Diameter:38.1 mm
Country:United States
Legal Tender:United States
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