Some of the Last U.S. Silver Dollars Ever to Circulate!
Minted to celebrate peace at the end of WWI, the Liberty Head "Peace" Dollar was struck for just ten years - from 1921-1928 and again in 1934-1935. Our last circulating silver dollar series ever, each coin was struck in .77344 oz. of Pure Silver and features a modern, art deco profile of Lady Liberty on the obverse. On the reverse, a proud American eagle clutches a laurel wreath, truly a bird of Peace.
This 1921 High Relief specimen is not only an important first-year-of-issue, but also displays the extraordinarily high frosted reliefs of the coin's original design. In subsequent strikings the relief was lowered for ease of minting, making these 1921 coins especially desirable. Available now in Brilliant Uncirculated to Extremely Fine condition. Order yours now!
Collector's Vital Statistics
Minting Authorization: The only silver dollar with NO SPECIFIC CONGRESSIONAL AUTHORIZATION! Instead, it was authorized by President Warren G. Harding using unspecific authorization language from the Pittman Act passed by Congress in 1918.
Issue Dates: 1921-1928, 1934-35.
Issuing Mints: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco.
Designer: Anthony de Francisci.
Designer's Mark: Overlapping initials, "AF" can be found at base of Miss Liberty's neck.
Size: 38.1 mm. diameter with reeded edge.
Weight: 26.73 grams of .900 fine silver.
Silver Content: .77344 oz. pure silver.
Condition: Most are Brilliant Uncirculated (MS-60 or better). No trace of wear buy may show occasional "bag marks."
Limit 20 per order