The United States Silver Peace Dollar Coin
The United States Silver Peace Dollar was developed around the end of World War I to commemorate the peaceful atmosphere of America and the rest of the world at the time. The designer of this magnificent coin was famous Italian-American sculptor, Anthony de Francisci of Manhattan, New York. Francisci studied under some of the United States most prolific coin designers and sculptors of the era including Hermon MacNeil, James Earle Fraser, and Adolph Weinman. The obverse of the coin carries a beautiful rendition of Lady Liberty that was modeled after Francisci’s wife, Mary Teresa. Upon the head of Lady Liberty is a tiara of rays delicately placed upon her crown. The standard inscriptions of “LIBERTY,” “IN GOD WE TRUST,” and the date of minting are all placed on the obverse of the coin as well. On the reverse of the coin can be found a majestic American eagle resting on a mound as it faces the rising Sun in the east can be found. The denomination is displayed on the reverse, as well as the word “PEACE” and the regular mottoes of “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and “E PLURIBUS UNUM.” Each coin is manufactured out of .77344 Troy oz. of pure silver content with an alloy composition consisting of .900 silver and .100 copper and an overall weight tolerance of 26.73 grams.
Why Purchase 1922-1935 Random Date Silver Peace Dollars in VG to XF Condition?
The 90% Silver Peace Dollar is a widely collected numismatic treasure due to its beauty and historical significance. This was the last circulating large silver dollar that the United States would produce before ultimately manufacturing the coinage out of various clad alloys that included mostly copper and nickel. In fact, the large dollar denomination would not make another appearance until the year 1971. When purchasing the 1922-1935 Randomly Selected Peace Dollar, you will receive a mixture of coins ranging from Very Good condition all the way up to Extremely Fine. This presents the perfect opportunity to acquire a large silver coin with inherent numismatic value for a relatively low price point. These Peace Dollars in this condition range are universally sought by collectors and silver stackers alike as they provide an equitable hedge against inflation. These coins also represent a fairly easy set to complete and because of this phenomenon, they are able to maintain a premium value in the marketplace at almost any given time. Do not miss this great opportunity to add a premium numismatic offering to your collection or silver hoard.
|Year of Issue:||1922-1935|
|Weight in Grams:||26.73 g|