About Silver Peace Dollars
Ignite your imagination by owning one of the last true silver dollars released for general circulation by the United States government. These coins had a very short run from 1921 to 1935, and were issued to commemorate victory in WWI.
On the obverse you'll find the crowned head of Lady Liberty. On the reverse, an eagle clutches an olive branch. They are gorgeous examples of early 20th century currency you won't want to miss.
What makes this coin a good buy?
While not as popular as the Morgan Silver dollar, this coin still appeals to collectors. If you are new to coin collection this is a great set to start with, as the shorter run makes it easier to own all dates and mint marks with a little time and patience.
As a precious metal investment these coins make good sense. They contain 0.77344 Troy oz. of silver. They make a great choice either for diversifying a precious metals portfolio or for building one on a budget. Protect and build your wealth with hard money. Order yours today.