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1926 Peace Dollar - Philadelphia Mint - Circulated

1926 Peace Dollar - Philadelphia Mint - Circulated


 
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Our Price: $49.95
Year: 1926
Mint(s): Philadelphia
Composition: .900 Silver /.100 Copper
Diameter: 38.1 mm
Mintage: 1,939,000



Product Code: 29405
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The Peace Dollar is America's last circulating "Silver" dollar. It was issued to commemorate the declaration of Peace after World War I. The Peace dollar has 2 very unique inscriptions...On the Obverse, the standard inscription "In God We Trust" is actually written "In God We Trvst", with the "V" for Victory. Then the second, on the reverse, the simple inscription "Peace", which is where it's name derives. It was 1st struck in 1921 and continued until 1928 and then again in 1934 and 1935.

This Peace Dollar was struck at the Philadelphia Mint, America's main mint. Philadelphia is America's oldest and most historic Mint. The Philadelphia Mint produced 42% of all Peace dollars issued between 1921 and 1935. The Philadelphia Mint Peace Dollar does not bear a Mint Mark like the branch mints. A Philadelphia Mint Peace dollar can only be determined by looking on the back of the coin below the word "One", NO mint mark is present below the letters "O" and "N" in the word "One".


This 1926 P Mint Peace Dollar is ranked number 13 of 24 with a mintage of 1,939,000. It also holds the place of 6 out of 10 from Peace dollars made from the Philadelphia Mint.

This Philadelphia Peace dollar is in Circulated condition. It has full detail on both the obverse and reverse of the coin. This item will arrive to in an air tight capsule and black velvet pouch.


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