Peace Dollar Denver Mint Collection - Set of 5
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The Peace Silver Dollar was first minted in 1921 to honor world peace after World War I. It is the last Silver Dollar ever struck for circulation, and the last coin was minted in 1935.
Peace Silver Dollars were struck at the Philadelphia, San Francisco, and Denver Mints, but the Denver coins are by far the rarest in the entire series. In fact, only five coins were struck in Denver: 1922, 1923, 1926, 1927, and 1934; and this collection includes all five rarely-seen coins. These beautiful Silver Dollars can be identified by the unique D mint mark on the reverse. This is the first time we've been able to offer all five coins together. So order today!
The five coin collection of Denver Mint Peace Dollars comes protected in clear acrylic capsules, housed in a cherrywood-finish display case. Comes in About Uncirculated (AU) condition.
Includes Certificate of Authenticity signed by Jay Johnson, 36th Director of the U.S. Mint.
Issuing Country: United States of America
Face value: 1 Dollar
Mintmark: D (Denver)
Metal: 90.0% Silver, 10.0% Copper
Weight: 26.37 g
Diameter: 38.1 mm
The Franklin Mint is not affiliated with the U.S. Mint or any other U.S. government agency.