The United States Peace Dollar, minted between 1921 and 1935, holds a significant place in numismatic history as a reflection of the nation's commitment to peace following the aftermath of World War I. Designed by renowned sculptor Anthony de Francisci, the coin features a striking depiction of Lady Liberty on the obverse and a majestic bald eagle on the reverse. The Peace Dollar, composed of 90% silver and 10% copper, embodies the elegance and craftsmanship of early 20th-century American coinage. The design's symbolism and historical context contribute to its enduring appeal among collectors and investors alike. The coin's large size, with a diameter of 38.1 mm, further enhances its visual impact. Today, United States Peace Dollars are prized for their historical significance, artistic merit, and tangible representation of a pivotal era in American history, making them a cherished addition to numismatic portfolios.
These US Peace dollars are non-certified graded coins. Each coin will arrive in a sealed 2x2 holder. Simply select the year and grade to view availability.