File:Anthony de Francisci designing the new 'Peace Silver Dollar' (1921).tiff
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ANTHONY DE FRANCISCI DESIGNING THE NEW 'PEACE SILVER DOLLAR'
Sculptor Anthony Francisci putting the finishing touches to the design of the new Peace Silver Dollar which has just been accepted. The obverse side of the new coin is a new head with the word "Liberty" and "In God We Trust". On the reverse side is the eagle standing on a mountain top with rays of the bursting sun of a new era radiating from the base. The eagle perches on a broken sword, symbolic of the Arms Conference, and the olive branch of peace. Below the eagle are the words "Peace" and the designation of the value and above the words "E. Pluribus Unum."
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