PEACE DOLLAR: Produced from 1921 through 1933. It was originally intended to be a commemorative peace coin and was issued without congressional sanction. It was designed by Anthony de Francisci who was a medalist. His monogram is located beneath the neck of Lady Liberty on the front of the coin. 1922 was the most popular year for peace dollar production with total mintage exceeding 1,000,000 coins. This is followed by 1923 and 1925 with production exceeding 40,000,000 coins. Peace dollars weigh 26.75 grams and are 90% silver and 10% copper. Peace dollars were minted in Denver, Philadelphia and San Francisco.