2023-S Morgan and Peace proof silver dollar 2 coins set PCGSPR70 First Strike. The Morgan Dollar was minted from 1878 to 1904, and then again in 1921. It was designed by George T. Morgan, who served as Mint Chief Engraver from 1845 until 1925. In the latter half of the 19th century, the famous silver dollar symbolized the nation's growth in terms of both industrialization and westward expansion. The new Morgan Dollar features a stunning proof finish, and its production involved the utilization of both contemporary technology and historical assets from the Mint. The profile of Liberty is depicted on the obverse, often known as the heads side. A crown, foliage, and cape emblazoned with the word "LIBERTY" sit atop her head, and she is surrounded on all sides by 13 stars, the phrase "E PLURIBUS UNUM," and the year the coin was issued. On the other side of the coin, known as the tails, there is an image of an eagle with its wings spread out, holding an olive branch, arrows, and a wreath. The inscriptions on the reverse of the dollar bill are "IN GOD WE TRUST," "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," and "ONE DOLLAR." The design of the Peace Dollar, which would eventually replace the Morgan Dollar and serve as a symbol of the end of hostilities between the United States and Germany, was authorized by Treasury Secretary Andrew Mellon in December 1921. The renowned Italian American sculptor Anthony de Francisci (1887-1964) was responsible for the design of the Peace Dollar, which celebrated triumph and peace while acknowledging the sacrifices made by American citizens during World War I. In addition, the Peace Dollar served as a symbol of the country's coming of age as an international power. The gorgeous proof finish of the Peace Dollar, which will be reintroduced in 2021 to celebrate the hundredth anniversary of its introduction, is fitting. The obverse, often known as the heads side, depicts Liberty in profile with a crown shining brightly on her head. The words "LIBERTY," "IN GOD WE TRUST," and the year of issue are all inscribed on the obverse of the coin. On the other side, known as the tails, there is an image of a soaring eagle perched on a branch of olives and inscribed with the word "PEACE." Other inscriptions on the coin are "UNITED STATES OF AMERICA," "E PLURIBUS UNUM," and "ONE DOLLAR." Both coins are minted at San Francisco Mint. The authenticity of your coins will be guaranteed by PCGS slabs.