I’m pleased to offer you these 1923 Peace silver dollars as my special pick. Each piece was carefully preserved so that you can own a Mint State example with full mint luster and all of the original design details! Introduced 100 years ago in 1921, Peace dollars commemorated the end of WWI, which many hoped would be “the war to end all wars.” The obverse features a youthful portrait of Liberty crowned with rays, suggesting a renewed hope for peace. A bold image of a bald eagle clutching an olive branch is shown on the reverse, along with the word peace. Each coin has been graded Choice Uncirculated MS-63 by our experts and hand selected for eye appeal. Struck at the Philadelphia Mint, this 1923 issue offers an affordable way to own a nice Mint State example, presented in a protective holder. With the Peace dollar series celebrating its 100th anniversary this year, there’s no better time to add this beautiful third-year-of-issue coin to your collection.