Here’s your opportunity to own a classic 1923 Peace silver dollar! Issued from 1921–1935, the Peace dollar is the only U.S. silver dollar struck to commemorate peace. This 90%-silver coin was struck by the prestigious San Francisco Mint during the third year of the series. The obverse shows Liberty in a tiara of light. She is framed by the mottoes LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRVST. (The word "trust" is spelled in classic style, with V in place of U.) Reverse features the inscription PEACE, along with an eagle holding an olive branch, perched on a rock above a rising unseen sun. In 1923, the first issue of Time magazine was published, and Robert Frost published his Pulitzer Prize-winning poem "Stopping by Woods on a Snowy Evening." Recall these events with a vintage 1923-S Peace silver dollar!
- Mint Mark: San Francisco
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: 1923