The Morgan and Peace Silver Dollar designs are two of the most well known and beloved designs in American coinage. Each holding a place in history, these U.S. Silver Dollars are both nostalgic and valuable additions for collectors and investors alike.
- Contains 0.7734 troy oz fine Silver.
- These Morgan and Peace Silver Dollars are an inexpensive way to acquire Silver due to their condition.
- Please keep your expectations low as these may be ugly, holed, bent, slick or worse than our Cull Silver Dollars.
- Quantities of 20 come in square tubes!
- These coins exhibit considerable wear or may have other condition problems.
Dates on these random year coins will be of our choosing and may or may not vary, determined by stock on hand. Add these Silver Morgan and Peace dollars to your order today!
The Morgan Dollar holds a special place in U.S. coinage as it was the first coin to feature Lady Liberty with an American look, rather than the traditional Greek style. Her cap is adorned with wheat and cotton as a tribute to America's agricultural history.
The image of the eagle was also updated for the Morgan Dollar, showing a proportionally correct eagle with beautifully designed feathers. He carries an olive branch, showing America's desire for peace, and is perched atop a bundle of arrows, signifying America's readiness to defend her borders against attack.
The Peace Dollar is highly sought after by collectors, as it experienced one of the briefest minting periods of any U.S. currency and also was the last Silver Dollar to be minted. This popular design was minted from 1921 to 1928, then again in 1934 and 1935, due to changes in legislation.
Anthony di Francisci's Peace Dollar was the result of a contest looking for a new dollar design. His unique rendition of Lady Liberty was based on his wife Teresa de Francisci. Anthony left a window open to let the breeze move Teresa’s hair creating movement in his design. The eagle on the reverse clutches an olive branch in its talons, symbolizing peace and commemorating the peace seen after WWI.