Peace Silver Dollar Coins had a very brief mintage from 1921-1928 and 1934 to 1935. This brief mintage, the amount of circulation these coins got during those years, and the passage of time has meant that these coins are very scarce. These are cull condition meaning they have significant wear and are considered in poor condition. For this reason, collectors are typically not very interested in these coins. Investors, though, find them to be a good way to add some silver to their portfolio.
- Made of .7734 oz of .900 fine silver.
- Dates of coins are between 1922 and 1926 or 1934 and 1935.
- Minted by the United States Mint
- Obverse side has Lady Liberty’s profile facing to the left
- Reverse shows an American bald eagle perched on a mountain
Culled coins are desirable by some for their silver content. These are very heavily worn so collectors tend to shy away from them. There is no arguing their silver content, though. These coins are made from .77344 troy oz of 90% silver. The diameter of each coin is 39.1 mm.
The Peace Silver Dollar design, on the obverse side, was the winning design of a contest for the design of a new dollar. The winner was Anthony di Francisci. Francisci used the real-life Statue of Liberty. In his version, Liberty’s crown has many more points and you could see loose strands of hair blowing in the wind. Underneath her image is ‘IN GOD WE TRUST’. Along the top edges is ‘LIBERTY’ and at the bottom is the coin’s year (1922-1926 or 1934-1935).
On the reverse side of the coin is the iconic, American bald eagle. Her it is perched on a mountain top and has an olive branch clasped in its talons. Behind it are rays of sunshine. Above the eagle is ‘UNITED STATES of AMERICA’ as well as ‘ E PLURIBUS UNUM’, which means, “ from many, one”.
Investors if you are looking for a great way to get some silver into your portfolio then you want to get your hands on these. They make for a convenient, fairly affordable option. Get yours today.