1921 Peace Silver Dollar High Relief, Very Fine. America's last circulating silver dollar originated in 1921 with an issue struck exclusively by the principal Philadelphia Mint in crisp high-relief, beginning on December 26 and ending on December 31. In 1922, a total of 84 million Peace silver dollars were issued in lower-relief - compared to the barely 1 million 1921 issues that ever existed! It's estimated that as few as 94,000 of the coveted 1921 issue exist today in the Very Fine quality we are offering or higher grades.
1928 Philadelphia Peace Silver Dollar. Congress imposed a quota on the total of U.S. Peace silver dollars to be minted beginning in 1921: not to exceed the number of Morgan silver dollars melted in 1918. By 1928, the limit was reached and the Philadelphia Mint's output that year abruptly stopped at just 360,649 - by far, the lowest mintage in the popular 24-issue series. We offer this highly coveted key rarity, the toughest find in any complete collection, at a sale price. Nicely detailed Very Fine quality