In 1935, the Philadelphia and San Francisco Mints struck America’s final 90% silver dollars – the Peace dollar. Although less than 2 million low-mintage coins were minted, most were stored in Treasury vaults for years before being released to circulation. Now add this affordable two-coin set of last-ever 1935-P and 1935-S Peace dollars to your collection.
The 1921-1935 Peace dollar series is the only one to honor peace, which is inscribed on the coins’ reverse. Designer Anthony de Francisci’s depiction of a youthful Liberty with wind-blown hair wearing a spiked crown proved to be a pleasing departure from the past. The look was distinctly modern, and the eagle on the reverse was bold, yet stylish.
These historic P&S coins recall America’s golden age of classic dollars and are from the only two mints that struck the 1935 issues. While these genuine Peace dollars don’t meet industry grading standards, they do offer you an affordable way to own the last-year coins. Each one is encapsulated and the pair is presented in a FREE case. Get yours today!
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia, San Francisco
- Product Type: Sets
- Presentation: With Case
- Year: 1935
- Grade: Extra Fine