Peace Dollar


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Peace Dollar

A $1 coin minted in the United States between 1921 and 1935, and again in 1964. Originally minted to make up for a shortage of silver coins after the end of World War I, it is currently illegal to own privately.
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The author covers the origin of the Peace dollar, the production of the Peace dollars, the lost 1964-D Peace dollars, Peace dollar designs, collecting and grading the coins, and a wide variety of other related subjects.
The silver Peace Dollar issued from 1921-1935 commemorated the end of the war and Roger W.
The Buffalo nickel, 1913-1938; Mercury dime, 1916-1945; Standing Liberty quarter, 1916-1930; Walking Liberty half dollar, 1916-1947; and Peace dollar, 1921-1935, all belong to a unique era.
Other coins such as an 1893-S Morgan silver dollar, 1895-O Morgan silver dollar, other Morgan silver dollars, 1923 peace dollar, an 1893 Columbian exposition half dollar and an 1851 U.
Howard $161,000 Lot 1474-1483 Double Pan-Pacific Set, sold individually, ex Good River $768,401 Lot 1490 1795 Flowing Hair 2 leaves PCGS MS63, ex Good River $112,700 Lot 1800 1889-CC Morgan Dollar PCGS MS64 $ 50,600 Lot 2031 1921 Peace Dollar NGC MS67 $ 33,350
and foreign coins including a Gold Bullion, 30 one ounce gold maple leaf coins, Certified 1928-S Peace Dollar Vf-30 Nnc Service, Rare National Currency $1 Fr#380 Charter 1472, and a bag of U.
Other highlights from The Good River Collection include: 1794 Half Dime NGC MS67, 1797 $10 Large Eagle NGC MS61, 1909 $20 NGC Proof 66, 1879 Flowing Hair $4 Stella NGC PR63, 1839 25c No Drapery NGC MS66, 1918/7-S 25c PCGS MS64, 1860-O Seated Liberty Dollar NGC MS66, 1897-O Morgan Dollar PCGS MS66, 1901 Philadelphia Morgan Dollar NGC MS65, 1921 Peace Dollar NGC MS67, and hundreds of other superb quality coins.
Guide Book of Peace Dollars explores the history and collector status of America's last silver dollar, and provides Volume 13 in Whitman's "Bowers Series" of numismatic references covering all dates and mintmarks of this last silver dollar issue.
Once upon a time, a year or so ago, optimists said that the cold war was over and that with the rationale for the "national security state" annulled by Soviet implosion, a new age would dawn: swords into plowshares, war dollars into peace dollars, arms factories into schoolhouses.
Included are a number of shipwreck recovery coins - both silver and gold, patterns, superb Morgan and Peace dollars, branch mint Liberty gold eagles, No Motto double eagles, California Fractional gold, and rare currency.
E[acute accent]August 25th will feature items such as $1 gold coins, Graded Carson City Silver Dollars, Morgan Dollars, Peace Dollars, Capped Bust pieces, Mercury Dimes, Seated Dimes, Walking Liberties, Buffalo Nickels, Lincoln Pennies, Indian Head Pennies, Fractional Currency, Large Notes, Star Notes, Silver Certificates and Proof and Mint Sets.
We gave away Indian cents, Liberty & Buffalo nickels, Barber and Mercury dimes, Barber and Standing Liberty quarters, Barber and Walking Liberty halves, and Morgan & Peace dollars, along with an explanation of different coin designs.