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Peace Silver Dollar Mint Collection

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• Three Peace Silver Dollars struck in .900 silver and .100 copper.

• The collection includes one coin from each of the three U.S. Mints that struck it:  Philadelphia (no mint mark), Denver (“D” mint mark under ONE on reverse), and San Francisco (“S” mint mark).

• No specific dates are promised.

• Coins are individually encapsulated to protect their condition, and the collection is housed in a custom presentation case.

• The Peace Silver Dollar was made from 1921-1935 and was the last U.S. Silver Dollar minted for circulation.

• The coin was issued as a celebration of world peace after World War I. 

• The Peace Dollar is always sought-after because of the beautiful designs that were created in the Art Deco style.  The coins are works of art in their own right.

• Sculptor Anthony de Francisci portrayed his wife, Teresa, as Lady Liberty on the obverse. 

• The reverse shows an eagle holding only an olive branch of peace instead of the usual olive branch and arrows of war.  

• The eagle is also sitting on a rock inscribed with the word “PEACE.”

• The last Peace Silver Dollar was made 75 years ago. 

• Each coins was struck in the beauty of .900 silver and contains about 3/4 ounce of pure silver.

• Most coins were either worn out in circulation or melted for their precious silver, leaving relatively few for today’s collectors. 

• The Silver Dollar was the largest U.S. silver coin ever made for circulation.

• Few collectors are ever able to assemble a complete three-coin set like this.

SKU: 77W2
Weight: 1.00
Price: $219.99


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