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1922-1935 1 Dollar Peace Silver XF 10pc
Last Circulating Silver Dollars
In 1918, the Pittman Act authorized the melting of 270 million Silver Dollars to pay for WWI. A provision in the act stipulated that Silver Dollars would have to be struck again after the end of the war. To fulfill this requirement, the U.S. Mint began striking a newly designed Silver Dollar in 1921. These dollars had PEACE engraved on the reverse, and have ever since been know by that name! These hefty 90% fine silver coins are in Extremely Fine (XF) condition and are the last silver dollars struck to be released into circulation! Peace Silver Dollars have been a traditional gift for over 85 years. For this reason alone, you might want to think about purchasing more than just one set! Dates vary.
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||26.73 Grams - g|
|Weight||1 Ounce - oz|