Oak-Framed Peace Silver Dollar (1922-1935)


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.  

Over the last century, millions of Morgan and Peace dollars have been melted down because of their high silver content, making the remaining coins even rarer.  As silver prices continue to rise, silver dollar coins will only become scarcer and more valuable.   

You will receive one authentic Peace silver dollar in About Uncirculated or better condition, dated between 1921-1935. Each one dollar coin is sealed in a scratch-proof, clear acrylic Air-TiteTM coin holder before being secured in a solid oak frame with a black velour backing. Each 5" X 5" frame comes fitted with a sawtooth hanger on the reverse side for convenient wall display.  Our oak frames are custom-made and handcrafted in the USA. 

The photograph illustrates the quality of the coin you will receive, not the exact item.  Year and mintmark will be of our choosing.  

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