To celebrate the peace after WWI, the US Mint issued a new silver dollar, starting in 1921. The front of the coin depicts Lady Liberty, wearing a diadem of rays, similar to those seen on the Statue of Liberty. The reverse shows a bald eagle at rest, clutching a laurel branch. 1935 was the final year of issue for this coin, and the final circulating Silver Dollar. Minted in San Francisco.
Struck in 90% pure silver.
Weight 26.7 grams.