Sell Peace Silver Dollar
Between 1921 and 1935, approximately 190 million peace silver dollars were minted in Philadelphia, Denver, and San Francisco. Can you imagine how many of those coins are still in circulation? You may be one of the countless people who own peace silver dollars they don’t need anymore. They are a great asset and just perfect for selling. Our company is known to be the best place to sell peace silver dollars for the highest possible price. Let us help you turn your peace dollars into cash.
Today, one peace silver dollar is worth $18.31 and can sell for $14.84 with our company. That’s almost 85% of the current silver value and the best possible deal.
We pay more than just the silver value—and we pay MUCH more than the current silver value for peace dollars reflecting a collector’s value. Depending on your peace dollar, either our rare-coin division or our precious-metal department will work on your selling transaction. Both departments work hand in hand to ensure we recover every single peace dollar that’s worth more than just the silver value.
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Peace Dollar Silver Coin
The peace coin dates back to 1921, when it was first brought to the forefront by sculptor and designer Anthony de Francisci, who won a competition and earned $1500 for his design of the peace silver dollar. He beat out some of the top sculptors in the industry. The face of the coin profiles Lady Liberty, while the reverse renders an impressive image of an American eagle perched with an olive branch in its claws as a symbol of peace. The silver dollar monumentalized world peace and was put forth in 1920 at the ANA Convention in Chicago by coin collector Farran Zerbe.
The peace silver dollar replaced the Morgan dollar that had been in circulation since 1878. The first peace dollars were put into circulation on December 26, 1921 at the Philadelphia mint, and just over one million coins were made before the end of the year. President Warren G. Harding was presented with the first peace dollar coin on January 3, 1922, after which the rest of the 1921-dated coins were released into circulation.
The 1921 coins are beyond compare among peace dollars, because they show remarkably high relief. In fact, the relief was so high it caused a lot of problems on the presses and the coins would not stack properly. George T. Morgan modified the design so that the 1922 coins were of a lower relief, making the 1921 peace coins the only peace coins with high relief. The peace dollar was minted from 1921 to 1928, until the silver ran out.
In the two decades before the peace dollar, Americans were using paper money and had gotten used to not having to carry around large and heavy coins. For this reason, fewer peace silver dollars were distributed outside of the Nevada casinos. In 1933, newly purchased silver prompted Franklin D. Roosevelt to issue a proclamation requiring the mint to strike more silver dollars. A small number of peace dollars minted in Philadelphia and San Francisco were issued in 1934 and 1935.
These were the last of America’s rotating silver dollars. The coins were struck for 10 years and melted during the Wartime Act of 1942. No one knows for sure how many coins remain, but they’re some of the most popular and widely collected coins in the world.
Peace Silver Dollar Design
The coin’s obverse and reverse were designed by Anthony de Francisci in 1921. The reverse, pictured here, shows the perched bald eagle.
Peace Silver Dollar Value & Specifications
The value of most peace silver dollars is directly connected with the current silver price. If the silver price goes up, so does the value of a peace dollar. Today, the material value of a single peace dollar is exactly $18.31.
Face Value: 1 (one) US dollar
Gross Weight: 26.73 grams
Silver Weight: 0.7734 troy ounces
Composition: 90% silver and 10% copper
Minted: 1921 to 1928, 1934 and 1935
Mint: Philadelphia, Denver, San Francisco
Total Mintage: 190.577.279