1926-D Peace Silver Dollar


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Here's a great addition to any collection – the 1926-D Peace silver dollar! Issued from 1921–1935, the silver Peace dollar is the only U.S. silver dollar struck to commemorate peace. Struck by the Denver Mint, this classic 90%-silver coin features Liberty wearing a tiara of light, framed by the mottoes LIBERTY and IN GOD WE TRVST. (The word "trust" is spelled in classic style, with V in place of U.) The reverse bears the inscription PEACE and shows an eagle with an olive branch perched on a rock above a rising unseen sun. In 1926, English author A. A. Milne introduced children to Winnie the Pooh and the crew of the Hundred Acre Wood. Act now to own this 1926-D Peace silver dollar!