The First and Last Year-of-Issue Peace Silver Dollars
A stunning tribute to peace, issued between two World Wars.
When World War I ended, America and the world looked toward a future filled with promise. Our nation celebrated this hope with one of the most beautiful and meaningful coins ever struck. First released in 1922 to replace the millions of Morgan silver dollars melted down to help pay for the war, the Peace Silver Dollar captivated America with its radiant Lady Liberty. Yet it would be the last U.S. silver dollar series minted for circulation.
This exquisite set of two 90% pure silver coins:
- Features hard-to-find 1922 and 1935 Peace Dollars in brilliant uncirculated condition, each more than 75 years old.
- Contains three-quarters of an ounce of silver each — a level of precious metal not seen in circulating coins for decades.
- Is protectively encased in clear capsules that allow viewing of front and back without any concern for dirt, dust or fingerprints.
- Comes in a richly furnished 6⅜” x 4½” x 2¾” wooden Display Chest, complete with an expertly written Information Booklet.