United States of America, 1922 Silver Peace Dollar BU

In 1922 the United States issued a Silver Dollar, called the Peace Dollar Commemorating the end of World War I. They had issued one in 1921 but it was a slightly different design and harder to strike and thus this 1922 is really the first year of issue. These Silver Dollars are full crownsized, struck in 900 fine silver and in Brilliant Uncirculated condition. They are beautiful to look at and I think a rather fantastic coin to own. These coins were made to circulate, but the ones we have to offer, have never circulated and are as nice as the day they were struck some 95 years ago. A similar British Crown struck around that time and in similar condition would cost you £600 - £700 today.
Availability: In stock
SKU: FUS1007
£69.50
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