1922 Peace Dollar from Unified Precious Metals

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1922 Peace Dollar from Unified Precious Metals. Brilliant, uncirculated condition!

Designed by Italian-American sculptor Anthony de Francisci, who beat out 8 other talented and established artists in a contest to create a new dollar coin. The coin features Lady Liberty (who de Fancisci modeled after his wife), with the bald eagle on the flip side.

Graded "MS62" by the American Alliance Coin Grading Service, this 1922 Peace Dollar comes in its own acrylic protective case. 5 3/8 x 3 3/8 x 5/16".

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