Morgan and Peace Dollars are iconic silver coins the United States Treasury minted from the late 19th to the early 20th century. The Morgan Dollar, first minted in 1878, features a design showcasing Lady Liberty’s profile on the obverse and a majestic eagle on the reverse. Meanwhile, the Peace Dollar, introduced in 1921, bears a serene depiction of Lady Liberty on the obverse and a perched bald eagle on the reverse, symbolizing peace after World War I. In 2021, the United States Mint announced the re-release of these historic coins to commemorate their centennials, sparking renewed interest among collectors and investors alike. The re-release maintained the original designs, capturing these beloved coins’ nostalgia and historical significance while introducing them to a new generation of enthusiasts. With their enduring beauty and historical importance, Morgan and Peace Dollars continue to hold a special place in the hearts of numismatists and coin collectors worldwide.