Peace Dollar History

The Peace Silver Dollar was originally intended to be a commemorative coin to mark the end of World War I. But instead it went into circulation as the successor to the Morgan Silver Dollar.

The word "Peace" appears on the coin's reverse side below a perched eagle. Lady Liberty adorns the obverse.

The Peace Dollar was minted from 1921 to 1928 and again in 1934 and 1935. It was the last genuine silver dollar issued in the US – no dollar coins after that year contained any silver.

The Peace Dollar was very briefly minted again in 1965 but a political decision caused them to be melted down before any could be released to the public.

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The "Blast White" Peace Dollar

You'll find a wide range of Peace Dollars on our Peace Dollar coin page. Many are premium quality, blast white coins with sparkling eye appeal.

Looking as new as the day it was minted, a Peace Dollar from PC Coins makes a thoughtful gift or collector item. It brings to life another era that we can all relate to: a time when a terrible war was finally over and the hopefulness of peace was in the air.

Why Buy a Peace Dollar From PC Coins?

Pete, the owner of PC Coins and a longtime expert, hand selects each Peace Dollar personally. That means you get a higher quality coin and can buy in complete confidence.

Although our Peace Dollar collection is constantly changing, you can be sure of finding the quality and price range you want here. Peace Dollars start at $34.99, so collectors on a budget can obtain a dazzling piece of history without laying out a lot of coin!

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