The Peace dollar is a US Silver Dollar minted from 1921 to 1928, and again in 1934 and 1935. It was designed to represent the Peace that was promised following WWI and the Treaty of Versailles. On the front is the head of the Goddess Liberty. On the back is an Eagle holding a branch from the Olive Tree. The word Peace can be found written on the bottom of the coin. It was the last circulated Silver Dollar.
Coin Population By Year and Mint
Date/Mintage 1921 1,006,473 1922 51,737,000 1922-D 15,063,000 1922-S 17,475,000 1923 30,800,000 1923-D 6,811,000 1923-S 19,020,000 1924 11,811,000 1924 S 1,728,000 1925 10,198,000 1925-S 1,610,000 1926 1,939,000 1926-D 2,348,700 1926-S 6,980,000 1927 848,000 1927-D 1,268,900 1927-S 866,000 1928 360,649 1928-S 1,632,000 1934 954,057 1934-D 1,569,500 1934-S 1,011,000 1935 1,576,000 1935-S 1,964,000
Values: Peace Dollars are valued based on Population, Condition, Circulated/Uncirculated, Graded or Ungraded and even the Grading Service. Currently PCGS and NGC are the most recognized and trusted grading services.
The key date of the Peace Dollars series is usually considered to be the 1928 Peace Dollar since it has the lowest mintage. The 1934-S Peace Dollar is also considered to be a key date in mint state.
Buying in Bulk? Peace Dollars have .77344 Troy Ounces of Silver. The Lowest Grades (Cull, Damaged) are the closest price to Spot Silver. We Sell all grades and quantities.