Last-Ever San Francisco 1935-S Peace 90% Silver Dollar Coin With Deluxe Display Box - Minted in the era between World War I and World War II, the Peace Silver Dollar remains an inspiring symbol of American optimism and hope. But what makes this coin collectible so attractive today, other than its beauty and intrinsic value with its high 90% silver content, is its scarcity. Peace dollars were minted for only a few years by the U.S. Mint, making them one of the rarest types. And key dates of mintage, like the first and last years, are even more desirable for their lower mintage numbers. In fact, the 1935-S Peace Silver Dollar, minted at the storied San Francisco Mint, makes up only about 1% of total Peace dollar mintage, making it a rarity of a rarity. This is why we are so pleased to present The Last San Francisco Peace Silver Dollar Coin, in an exclusive presentation from The Bradford Exchange Mint. This is your chance to own the revered swansong of a modern coin design!Offered in Very Good collector's condition, your last-ever San Francisco 1935-S Peace coin showcases Anthony de Francisci's competition-winning design on both sides. Inspired by his wife's profile in a Statue of Liberty costume, the obverse side boasts an Art Nouveau style Lady Liberty that ranks among America's most beautiful coins. On the reverse side, a naturalistic, perched eagle clutches an olive branch, looking toward a hopeful new dawn, to symbolize a new era of peace and prosperity. Plus, your rare Peace Silver Dollar arrives secured in a crystal-clear, tamper-proof holder with a deluxe display box to show off your prized coin and to preserve its value for many years to come. Minted in limited quantities, the U.S. Treasury kept most Peace dollars in storage, and many were melted for their silver content during World War II, adding to their scarcity. Don't miss this unique opportunity! Intense demand is anticipated, so HURRY. Order now!