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1922-2018 Silver Peace Dollar/WWI NGC MS64 PF70UCAM MS70 Early Releases Everhart
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Honoring the Heroes of World War I A Century Later
During The Great War, approximately 4 million American men and women served in uniform – half of them overseas. Within months of entering the trenches in Europe, these American heroes helped Allied forces achieve victory in 1918.
100 years later, the World War I American Veterans Silver Dollar has been released to honor their service. Sculpted by retired U.S. Mint lead sculptor Don Everhart, the design comes from LeRoy Transfield of Orem, Utah, who won the U.S. Treasury’s open call for artists. Transfield captures the patriotic resolve of a U.S. soldier, paired with a design reminding us all that war is never the end.
In 1915, Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae wrote “In Flanders Fields,” a poem inspired by the sight of poppies overflowing a field that had been all but destroyed by the blasts and bombs of war. The poppy has since become an international symbol of remembrance for the veterans who served in World War I.
This three-piece set includes both the bullion and Proof version of this coin, graded by the Numismatic Guaranty Corporation (NGC) as Mint State-70 (MS70) condition and Proof-70 Ultra Cameo (PF70 UC), respectively. Both coins have also been certified as Early Releases. Both coins are official legal tender struck in 90% silver, and both bear labels personally signed by Everhart.
You’ll also receive a 1922 Peace Silver Dollar, a series struck as a result of the war’s end. This coin comes certified by NGC in Mint State-64 (MS64) condition.
- ABSOLUTE FLAWLESS PERFECTION – A Perfect Proof 70 condition accompanied by an Early Releases label guarantees this coin was received by NGC within the first 30 days of the coin's release. Its pristine mirror-like surface has ZERO imperfections making its proof finish and eye-catching shine make it all the more impressive – and all the more coveted by collectors who want only the best for their collections. Combined with a vintage 1922 Peace Silver Dollar graded in Mint State-64 (MS64) and you have a set for the ages!
- THE FACE OF BATTLE – Designed by artist LeRoy Transfield and sculpted by the prolific United States Mint engraver Don Everhart, the obverse of this commemorative features the stoic profile of a WWI soldier. Rifle in hand and wreathed by barbed wire, this "Soldier's Charge" design features dual dates of 2018 and 1918.
- THE POPPIES OF PEACE – The foreboding barbed wire from the literal heads of these coins continues to the reverse, joined by another Transfield/Everhart design of "Poppies in the Wire." A powerful symbol of sacrifice and remembrance, the poppy was made famous by Canadian Lieutenant Colonel John McCrae's 1915 poem "In Flanders Fields." The peaceful beauty of the flower, amidst the death and destruction of war, still symbolizes hope and honor today.
- IMMORTALIZED IN SILVER – The artisans of the U.S. Mint have brought their renowned talents to this masterpiece. Each 90% silver planchet is struck with incredible precision, producing designs with crisp detail over lustrous fields.
- BONUS PEACE SILVER DOLLAR – Literally struck to commemorate the peace following the end of “the war to end all wars,” your 3-coin set is rounded out by a 1922-dated Peace Silver Dollar struck in 90% silver.
- U.S. LEGAL TENDER – Each 2018 WWI Centennial Silver Commemorative is one dollar United States of America legal tender, as seen on the coin's reverse. It matches the denomination of the 1922 Peace Dollar’s $1 denomination.
For collectors of European history, military history or American history, this 1922-2018 $1 Peace/WWI Veterans Silver Dollar 3-Coin Set is a reverent reminder of our troops' bravery and selflessness a century ago. Don't miss out on your chance to add this set to your collection – bring these stunning coins home today.
|Year of Issue||(Dates May Vary)|
|Grade||MS70, PF70UCAM, MS64|
|Mint Name||U.S. Mint|
|Coin Weight||26.73 Grams - g|