|Mint Mark:||Not Shown - Philadelphia|
|Metal Content:||0.7734 troy oz|
This Peace Dollar has great toning on the Reverse. Graded and certified by NGC as a Mint State-64. Strong strike for the year. The Peace Dollar was created to symbolize the peace after World War I. Its beautiful design by Anthony de Francisci makes the Peace Dollar highly collectable, and the Silver content is attractive to precious metal investors.
- Contains .77344 oz. of Silver.
- Obverse: Depicts Lady Liberty, modeled after Teresa de Francisci, wearing a radiating crown while her hair blows in the breeze.
- Reverse: Features a Bald Eagle resting on an olive branch with the word “Peace” underneath the eagle.
The 1921 Peace Dollar is the only year of a High Relief Strike. Add to your collection and increase you investments by including this Toned 1921 Peace Dollar in your cart today!