1927-D Peace Silver Dollar


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Here's a great addition to any collection! Struck in 90% silver by the historic Denver Mint, this 1927-D Peace silver dollar is from the only U.S. silver dollar series struck to commemorate peace. The obverse 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 the year 1927, Charles Lindbergh flew his plane from New York to Paris in just over 33 hours. That same year, the Bell Telephone Company demonstrated the first television. Recall these historic events with this 1927-D Peace silver dollar!