This key 1935-S San Francisco Mint scarcity had a limited production of just 1.9 million. Mintages for that final year were less than 4% of the peak 1922 output. Today just 23,250 or 1% of that original production may remain in mint-state condition. As a result, Very Fine quality specimens such as these are in demand. In the midst of the Great Depression in 1935, the U.S. Mint briefly revived the Peace series, but only released very limited numbers. Those final coins would prove to be the very last 90% silver U.S. dollars ever issued for commerce.
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