- Gem Brilliant Uncirculated
- Denver Mint
- Minted in 1922
- Obverse: The profile on the obverse (front) side of the coin is Lady Liberty. The spiked crown that she wears is purposely reminiscent of the crown worn by the Statue of Liberty. The word “LIBERTY” stretches above Lady Liberty’s head, passing behind the spikes of her crown. The overlapping letters “AF” appear below Lady Liberty’s neck. “AF” are the initials of the Peace Dollar’s designer, Anthony de Francisci.
- Reverse: The highlight of the reverse side of the coin is an American eagle clutching an olive branch (to symbolize peace). Originally the eagle was perching on a broken sword, but the sword proved to be very controversial and was removed from the final design. “UNITED STATES OF AMERICA” and the motto “E PLURIBUS UNUM” stretch across the top of the eagle.
- Comes in a clear protective plastic roll containing 20 Peace Silver Dollars for a total of $20 face value.
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