One Peace Dollar, minted between 1922-1935, in Brilliant Uncirculated (Mint State) condition. These coins have seen no circulation, and have strong luster and mint state design features.
The successor to the Morgan dollar, these beautiful silver coins were minted from 1921-1935. The Peace dollar commemorates the end of World War I and a return to international peace. The obverse side of the coin features a profile portrait of a young Lady Liberty, while the reverse features a proudly defiant bald eagle perched on a mountaintop, bathed in the rays of the setting sun. The Peace dollars were the final silver dollars struck by the U.S. Mint. Large one dollar coins made a brief return in the 1970's, but the Eisenhower dollars were struck in copper-nickel instead of .900 fine silver. This old coin is a large, hefty chunk of silver, measuring an inch and a half across and weighing in at nearly an ounce.
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