1922-1935 Peace Silver Dollar Cull (Random Year)
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Please note, coins are in “cull” condition and may display flaws.
This 1922-1935 Peace Silver Dollar Cull coin is among the final US silver dollar coins struck for circulation. The Peace Silver Dollar contains .900 fine silver and weighs .77344 troy ounces. Due to the impact of WWI and the Great Depression, this series was short- lived. Because of this, even a “cull” Silver Peace Dollar would add a touch of rarity to your collection. By definition, a “cull coin” is any coin with flaws or in generally poor condition. Many investors purchase cull coins for their low-premiums, not minding their appearance. Invest with this 1922-1935 Peace Silver Dollar Cull coin from Bullion Exchanges today!
The US victory in WWI inspired the design for the Peace Silver Dollar. This coin’s illustration is by Anthony de Francisci who, under time constraints for the design competition, had his wife model for his depiction of Lady Liberty. The obverse portrays this effigy of Lady Liberty looking to the left with her impressive crown atop her head. She is framed by inscriptions.
The reverse features the bald eagle atop a rock with some leaves by its claws in addition to inscriptions.
- Random Year Listing – Selection determined by inventory availability
- Made from .900 fine silver with a weight of .7734 ozt
- Cull condition (coins show significant wear)
- Legal tender of the US Government
- Face value of $1
- Individual coins arrive in a protective plastic coin flip. Multiples of 20 are shipped in protective plastic tubes.
- Obverse: Profile portrait of Lady Liberty based on Teresa de Francisci. Inscriptions: “LIBERTY”, “IN GOD WE TRUST”, and the year
- Reverse: Bald eagle perched upon a rock with leaves by its talons. Inscriptions” “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA”, “E PLURIBUS UNUM”, “ONE DOLLAR”, and “PEACE”.
Bullion Exchanges provides a wide assortment of US Silver Coins, including this 1922-1935 Peace Silver Dollar Cull coin. For more historical US coins, take a look at our Silver Morgan Dollars and Kennedy Half Dollars. If you have any questions, please reach out to our customer service team.