Raw (non-certified) Peace dollars are a popular substitute for silver bullion because of their large silver content, superb minting, and true scarcity. They offer all the benefits of silver bullion plus extra benefits like limited supply, collector demand, and complete financial privacy, all for a little additional cost.
The Peace Dollar is highly sought after by collectors, as it experienced one of the briefest minting periods of any U.S. currency and also was the last Silver Dollar to be minted. This popular design was minted from 1921 to 1928, then again in 1934 and 1935, due to changes in legislation.
Anthony di Francisci’s Peace Dollar was the result of a contest looking for a new dollar design. His unique rendition of Lady Liberty was based on the actual Statue of Liberty, resulting in a patriotic and familiar look. The eagle on the reverse clutches an olive branch in its talons, symbolizing peace and commemorating the period after World War I.