Random Year Peace Silver Dollar NGC MS-64 Silver Coin | United States Mint
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Purchase your Random Year Peace Dollar NGC MS—64 silver coin today from our store and we’ll treat you to the webs best price! Struck from 1921 to 1928 and again in 1934 and 1935, the Silver Peace Dollar served to commemorate and celebrate the peacetime following the horrors of World War 1.
The reverse design features an American bald eagle clutching the olive branch of peace in its talons, set against an atmospheric field of starburst design. Also on the reverse, the American Legend in English, the motto in Latin and the coin’s denominational value, also in English.
The obverse of this collectible features a hauntingly beautiful rendering of Lady Liberty in profile, her wind swept locks and striking crown captured in a way that is quite unique to this coin. Also on the obverse, the word, ‘Liberty’, the motto, ‘In god We Trust’ and the year of mintage below.
With its rich history and poignant subject matter, the Peace Dollar has long been a sought after collectible and a must-have for investors. Own a piece of history and fortify your holdings with a Random Year Peace Dollar NGC MS-64 silver coin today.
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|Left facing profile of Lady Liberty and the words "Liberty In God We Trust" and the year|
|Bald eagle resting on an olive branch and the words "United States of America E Pluribus Unum One Dollar Peace"|