Historic Silver dollars have dates from 1878 to 1935 and are a piece of Americana, making them popular among investors.
Silver Cull Features
Peace Dollars (1922-1935)
Morgan Dollars (1878-1921)
.7734 oz of Pure Silver American History
Orders of multiple coins may include both Peace and Morgan Dollars with various dates as determined by stock available at time of order. Coins may show significant wear or have additional imperfections.
Most of the 500 million Morgan Dollars produced were minted in Philadelphia was the first coin to feature Lady Liberty and an updated. The Morgan Silver Dollar was never popular and most were circulated in the West where the small population created huge stockpiles of the coin. In 1918, over 270 million Morgan Dollars were melted to help Great Britain prepare for World War I. In 1921, 86 million Morgan Dollars were minted but ceased to be minted in favor of the Peace Dollar to commemorate the ending of the war. The Morgan Dollar has now become one of the most famous and desired coins in American history.
The Peace Dollars were minted from 1921 to 1928 and then again in 1934 and 1935. The coin was also minted in 1965 and dated 1964. The 1964 coins were never released and melted. Originally intended as a commemorative coin to mark the end of the first World War, the Peace Dollar was eventually issued as a circulating coin. The Peace Dollar was the last silver dollar minted and circulated in the United States.