Peace Dollars

(1921-1935)

The “war to end all wars” fell far short of that noble aspiration. What history now refers to as World War I, which ravaged Europe from 1914 to 1918, did stir worldwide yearning, however, for peace. One direct result of that fervent hope was the League of Nations. A second, less ambitious but equally sincere, was the Peace dollar. The United States shunned the League, but warmly embraced the coin.

Following the war, there was widespread sentiment for issuance of a coin that would celebrate and commemorate the restoration of peace. The American Numismatic Association played a key role in fostering this proposal. At the same time, the U. S. Mint found itself facing the need to start producing millions of silver dollars. That need grew out of the Pittman Act, a law enacted in 1918 at the urging of—and clearly benefiting—silver-mining interests. Under this.... (Expand Text)

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1922-D PEACE $1 MS67

GEM SATIN WHITE SURFACES. TIED FOR HIGHEST GRADE.
$16,500.00

1923-D PEACE S$1 MS66

RUSSET TONING. ONLY 6 GRADED HIGHER.
$3,750.00

1927-S PEACE $1 MS65

GEM LUSTEROUS AND FULLY STRUCK.
$7,500.00

1928-S PEACE $1 MS65

GEM FLASHY LUSTEROUS SURFACES. WELL STRUCK. JUST 4 COINS GRADED HIGHER.
$16,500.00

1934-S PEACE $1 MS66

GEM SATIN WHITE LUSTEROUS SURFACES. TIED FOR HIGHEST GRADED.
$27,500.00

1928 PEACE $1 MS65

GEM AND LUSTEROUS. LOWEST MINTAGE COIN OF THE PEACE $1 SERIES.
$3,295.00