The Peace dollar emerged after World War I and was America's last silver dollar struck for circulation. The inscription PEACE appears on the rock on which the vigilant American Eagle stands guard for freedom, in the brilliant dawn of a new era. On the obverse is an ardent personification of Liberty, partly inspired by the Statue of Liberty. The spires of her crown echo the rays of the sun on the opposite side. This early 1922 Philadelphia Mint issue introduced the modified-relief engravings that became the standard for the series, which ended in 1935. Our Brilliant Uncirculated quality highlights every detail on these magnificent engravings.