U.S. 1927-D and 1927-S 'Lowest-Mintage' Peace Silver Dollar Pair Congress limited total mintages of Peace silver dollars to the number of Morgans melted in 1918. By 1927, that quota was getting near and mintages had dwindled greatly from the peak 1922-1923 period. Far, far fewer Peace dollars were output that year in comparison to earlier annual numbers. In fact, both the 1927-D and 1927-S mintages proved to be the lowest output in the entire series for each of those Mints. And today, after attrition and U.S. government melts, only a small fraction of those silver dollar may survive in the clearly detailed Very Fine quality we offer.