1934-S Walking Liberty Half Dollar NGC MS67

Tied for Highest Graded

After several years of low mintages and intermittent production, Walking Liberty half dollar production increased dramatically in 1934, and production remained stable until the series ended in 1947. Production at the three mints averaged 2.8 million coins per issue from 1916 to 1933, and 10.6 million from 1934 to 1947. That is one of the reasons that some collectors only seek the latter issues, the so-called “short set” of Walking Liberty half dollars. This one is somewhat lighter in brighter in hand, as compared to our images. The NGC population is just 9 (two of which are NGC Star-designated examples) with none higher.

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1921-D Walking Liberty Half Dollar PCGS MS64

Vet Choice, Nearly White

The majority of the Mint State 1921-D half dollar population grades MS63 or MS64, yet these pieces are in high demand because of the scarcity and cost of higher-grade coins. This is a key date in the Walking Liberty half dollar series. Its mintage of only 208,000 pieces is the lowest recorded, and it is the second-scarcest of the three 1921 keys in high grade.

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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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Very Rare! 1797 Draped Bust Half Dollar PCGS XF40

The two-year Draped Bust Small Eagle half dollar design type, bearing the date 1796 or 1797, is one of the three keys to completing a collection of early U.S. type coins (the others are the 1796 No Stars and 1808 quarter eagles). The scant mintage of 3,918 pieces and survival of about 300 examples affirm the key status of the 1796-1797 half. Both dates are necessary to complete a date collection of early half dollars, and no type collection can be considered complete without the presence of a Draped Bust, Small Eagle half. It is a major challenge to locate an original specimen in any grade. The PCGS population stands at just 2 with 18 higher. Listed at $145,000 in the PCGS price guide.

Offered at $142,500 delivered

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