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1935-P Peace Dollar AU
- Quantity Credit Card Wire
- 1+ $73.95 $71.77
Add This Last Date Peace Silver Dollar To Your Collection
Here's a great opportunity to secure one of the scarcer U.S. Silver Dollars minted in the 20th century. This 1935 Peace Silver Dollar was struck at the Philadelphia Mint. It shows the last design ever used on a circulating U.S. Silver Dollar, featuring Miss Liberty on the obverse and an Eagle perched on a mountaintop on the reverse. Minted between 1921 and 1935, the Peace Dollar got its name from the word 'Peace' emblazoned on the bottom of the reverse of the coin under the eagle. Because it's the last date in the series, Peace Dollars minted in 1935 can be particularly hard to find, and obtaining an example in high grade About Uncirculated (AU) condition can be difficult. Don't wait; adding it to your collection now is important!
• Each Coin is Struck in 90% Pure Silver -- The same precious silver content used on all vintage U.S. circulating silver coins
• Coin Struck in 1935 – The last year circulating Silver Dollars were ever struck
• Struck at the Philadelphia Mint – Our nation's first mint, established by Congress in 1792
• Contains Nearly an Ounce of Pure Silver-- A hefty amount of the coveted precious metal
• About Uncirculated Condition -- Showing only a slight trace of wear on Miss Liberty's hair and on the eagle's wings
Because they're also heavy, these big Silver Dollars were easily damaged in transport—nobody really cared at the time. So finding a coin near to the condition it was in the day it left the mint is a real prize, and a great addition to your collection.
Every year these popular Silver Dollars get harder and harder to find. By securing yours today, you can avoid future disappointment and the uncertainty of future supplies and prices. Order yours now!
|Year of Issue||1935|
|Mint Name||Philadelphia - P|
|Coin Weight||26.73 Grams - g|
|Weight||1 Ounce - oz|