1938 New Rochelle Half Dollar PCGS/CAC SP (Specimen) 67

A Glittering Specimen

Reportedly, a total of 50 “presentation” strikes (now called Specimen strikes by both PCGS and NGC) were produced for distribution to members of the Coinage Committee, the Westchester County Coin Club, and local dignitaries. Struck on proof planchets with polished dies, the pieces resemble true proofs — usually with flashy, brilliant surfaces and mirror-like fields. Commemorating the 250th anniversary of the French Huguenots settlement at New Rochelle, New York, these “Specimen” coins are rare and popular among classic commemorative collectors. The PCGS population is only 11 with 5 higher, the highest grade being a lone MS68 example.

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