Peace Dollar Brilliant Uncirculated - BU (Mixed Dates)

Peace Dollar Brilliant Uncirculated - BU (Mixed Dates)

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These Peace Dollars are all in Brilliant Uncirculated quality. We only have a limited amount of these at this price! Each coin contains 0.7743 oz of silver. The Peace Dollar was minted from 1921-1928 & 1934-1935 as a coin to commemorate peace after WWI. In 1921, only a High Relief coin was issued. In 1965, the Denver mint produced 316,076 Peace Dollars with the date 1964, but all were melted afterwards. This silver dollar was designed by Anthony de Francisci. The obverse features a portrait of lady liberty crowned with rays of sunlight and "LIBERTY" across the top. The reverse portrays a perched bald eagle with an olive branch in its talons and the word "PEACE" inscribed on the mountain upon which the eagle is perched.


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  • Composition: 90% Silver, 10% Copper
  • Weight: 26.73 grams (0.8594 troy ounces)
  • Silver Content: 0.7734 troy ounces of pure silver
  • Diameter: 38.1 mm (1.5 inches)
  • Thickness: 2.4 mm
  • Edge: reeded
  • Dates: random

The Peace Dollar, especially in Brilliant Uncirculated (BU) condition, is a highly desirable coin for collectors. Here’s why it might be a great addition to your collection:

Historical Significance

  • Post-World War I Era: The Peace Dollar was minted from 1921 to 1935, commemorating the end of World War I and symbolizing peace.
  • Iconic Design: Designed by Anthony de Francisci, the coin features a striking depiction of Lady Liberty on the obverse and a majestic bald eagle clutching an olive branch on the reverse.

Design and Composition

  • Silver Content: Composed of 90% silver and 10% copper, each coin contains 0.7734 troy ounces of pure silver.
  • Detailed Artwork: The intricate design elements and high relief of the early issues make this coin a standout piece in any collection.


  • BU Condition: Brilliant Uncirculated Peace Dollars are highly prized for their pristine condition, with no signs of wear and full luster.
  • Key Dates and Mint Marks: Certain years and mint marks, such as the 1921 high relief or the 1928 Philadelphia mint, are particularly sought after and can add significant value to your collection.
  • Artistic Appeal: The stunning beauty of a BU Peace Dollar, with its sharp details and radiant luster, makes it a visually impressive coin that stands out in any collection.

The Peace Dollar's combination of historical importance, beautiful design, and investment potential makes it an exceptional addition to any collection. Whether you’re a seasoned collector or new to numismatics, a BU Peace Dollar is a valuable and attractive choice.


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The Peace Dollar is a silver dollar coin that was minted in the United States from 1921 to 1928, and again in 1934 and 1935. Designed by Anthony de Francisci, the coin was issued to commemorate peace after World War I. It features the profile of Lady Liberty on the obverse and an eagle at rest clutching an olive branch on the reverse.

Peace Dollars can be purchased from various online platforms including reputable rare coin dealers like Bullion Shark.

Authenticating a Peace Dollar involves checking details such as weight, diameter, design elements, and the sound of the coin when struck against another metal object. For added assurance, consider purchasing coins that have been graded and authenticated by reputable services like PCGS (Professional Coin Grading Service) or NGC (Numismatic Guaranty Corporation).

Look for clear images of both sides of the coin, a reliable seller with good reviews, and any available certification or grading information. Check the coin’s condition, mint mark, and year, which can all influence its value.

The price of a Peace Dollar varies based on its year, condition, and rarity. Common dates in circulated condition may cost around $50, while more scarce dates in uncirculated condition can fetch hundreds or even thousands of dollars.

Key dates that are known for their rarity and higher value include the 1928-P (Philadelphia mint), 1934-S (San Francisco mint), and the high relief 1921 and 1922 versions.

Generally, Peace Dollars are not eligible for inclusion in IRAs because they do not meet the fineness requirements of .999 silver. IRAs typically require bullion or proof coins that are at least 99.9% silver.

Peace Dollars should be stored in a cool, dry place away from direct sunlight. For individual coins, consider using holders like air-tight capsules or flips made from inert materials to prevent damage. For larger collections, use coin albums or safe deposit boxes.

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