Peace Silver Dollars

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Regular price $89.00

Peace Silver Dollars are some of the rarest coins minted in the last century and are valuable because of their rich history and high silver content.
After the end of World War I, silver prices began to fall and on May 9, 1921, Congress passed legislation requiring the release of a new Silver Dollar that would have "an appropriate design commemorative of the termination of the war between the Imperial German Government and the Government of the People of the United States." Congress adjourned without approving the new coin's design, so production of Morgan Silver Dollars was restarted until the new design was created. After a competition between a small group of the nation's best medalists, Anthony de Francisci, a young Italian immigrant, emerged victorious with his design of Lady Liberty modeled after his wife.

And, with the price of silver being at a recent 5-year high, these coins now hold great value in their heavy silver content. In recent times, the precious metal market has even held its value over the stock market.

Peace Silver Dollar Coin Specifications:
• Content: 0.900 Silver, 0.100 Copper
• Weight: 26.73 g (.77344 oz. pure silver)
• Diameter: 38.1 mm, 1.5 inches
• Designer: Anthony de Francisci
• Years Minted:        1921-1935


Each of your Peace Silver Dollars will be professionally sealed in one of the Gallery's protective coin capsules and secured in a prestigious display case, valued at $14, for FREE.

This product is not available for sale or delivery in MN.

  • Measurement: 2.45” x 2.65”
  • Composition: .900 Silver, .100 Copper (net weight .77344 oz. Pure Silver)
  • Weight: 26.73 grams
  • Diameter: 38.1 mm
  • Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco
  • included:
  • Peace Silver Dollar
  • Protective Coin Capsule
  • Presidential Display Box