Peace Dollar - Almost Uncirculated, 90% Silver

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Peace Dollar - Almost Uncirculated, 90% Silver (1921-1935)

The Peace Dollar, minted from 1921 to 1935, stands as a monumental symbol of the hope for peace following the end of World War I.

This silver coin was introduced as a successor to the Morgan dollar under the influence of a movement that favored a design embodying peace.

It remains a coveted piece among collectors, particularly in the "Almost Uncirculated" (AU) condition, which presents minimal wear and retains much of its original luster.

Since these silver coins are limited to what we have in stock, the mintage selection will be our choice (Random Years). Each 90% silver Peace Dollar will be pre-2021 since 2021+ versions have .999 fine (99.9% pure) silver.

Coin Highlights:

  • Composition: The Peace Dollar is composed of 90% silver and 10% copper, typical of silver dollars minted during this period. This composition ensures durability while providing the coin with its distinct heft and silver sheen.

  • Weight: Each coin weighs 26.73 grams, providing a substantial feel indicative of its high silver content.

  • Diameter: The coin measures 38.1 mm in diameter, making it slightly larger in width than modern U.S. dollar coins.

  • Edge: The edge of the Peace Dollar is reeded, a common feature designed to prevent clipping and counterfeiting.

  • Mint Marks: These coins were minted at several locations, including the Philadelphia Mint (no mint mark), San Francisco Mint (S), and Denver Mint (D). The mint mark can be found on the reverse of the coin, just below the word "ONE" in "ONE DOLLAR."

  • Condition: "Almost Uncirculated" (AU) coins show only slight wear on the highest points of the design. They must retain at least half of their original mint luster, making them particularly attractive to both collectors and investors.

Collectibility and Value:

The Peace Dollar in AU condition is highly sought after due to its historical significance and beauty.

Its value is influenced by several factors including rarity, demand, silver content, and the specific mint year.

Earlier and rarer editions, such as the 1921 and 1928 coins, are typically more valuable.

The condition of an AU coin makes it a preferable choice for those looking to own a piece of history in a condition that is close to its original state.

Collectors of U.S. coins treasure the Peace Dollar for its artistic merit and its embodiment of a hopeful period following a devastating global conflict. Its continuation in minting collector editions even today speaks to its enduring legacy in the numismatic world.


The Peace Dollar is crafted from 90% silver, contributing both to its historical value and its appeal among numismatists and investors alike.

The silver dollar coin’s design, created by Anthony de Francisci, features the Goddess of Liberty on the obverse, modeled after his wife, Teresa. This obverse side of the coin showcases Liberty's profile, crowned with rays to symbolize enlightenment, similar to the Statue of Liberty.

The reverse depicts a bald eagle at rest, clutching an olive branch in its talons, positioned on a rock. The word "Peace" is inscribed at the bottom, directly underlining the coin’s thematic focus.

Dive into the rich history and stunning design of the Peace Dollar, meticulously crafted from 90% silver.

These almost uncirculated silver coins, minted between 1921 and 1935, represent a significant period in numismatic history with their beautiful representations of peace and liberty.

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Product Specifications
Mint Facility: United States Mint
Denomination: $1 US
Date: 1921 to 1928; 1934, 1935
Quality / Type: Almost Uncirculated
Purity: 90% Silver
Metal Weight: .77344 Ozs per $1 Face
Diameter: 1.5" (38.1mm)
Edge: Reeded
Obverse: Lady Liberty with Radiate Crown
Reverse: Perched Eagle with Olive Branch
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