Act now to own this vintage 1924 Peace silver dollar! Issued from 1921–1935, the Peace dollar is the only U.S. silver dollar struck to commemorate peace. This classic 90%-silver coin was struck by the Philadelphia Mint during the fourth 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 the year 1924, Julius Guttag organized the first National Coin Week. That same year, the first Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade was held in New York City. Recall these historic firsts with a 1924 Peace silver dollar!
- Mint Mark: Philadelphia
- Product Type: Single Products
- Year: 1924
- Material: Silver