1921 was a very special year, not only because the Morgan Silver Dollar series was ending, but because the Peace Silver Dollar was just beginning that very same year. An Italian immigrant, Anthony D. Francisci won the Fine Arts competition in the U.S. and his design was chosen to be the Peace Dollar, which was created as a small way to celebrate our incredible and challenging victory in the World War. The beauty of the coin speaks for itself, with the obverse featuring lady liberty with rays beaming off of her crown, and the reverse featuring a courageous eagle. Other than the first year of issue 1921 coins, the rest of the series was produced as low relief coins because when they tried high relief, the coins would not stack properly at the banks. Peace Dollars are composed of 90% silver and 10% copper, with each containing .7734 ounces of pure silver in them. The 1935-S Peace Dollar has a mintage of 1,964,000. We have the 1935-S Peace Dollar available for sale in brilliant uncirculated condition both online and over the phone (516-739-5822) for only $372. That is a small price to pay for such a beautiful coin that has so much history attached to it, especially considering how uncommon it is to have compared to many of the other coins in the series. This coin in MS 65 condition would easily cost hundreds of dollars more than what we are currently offering our coin for in brilliant uncirculated condition, which goes to show just how great of a deal it is.