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1892 50C Columbian Commemorative MS66 PCGS 2
What a delightful Columbian in an affordable grade level. The obverse is gorgeously toned in brilliant cobalt blue and yellow and the reverse is toned in more subtle blue. Only a few tiny marks have limited the grade.
1915-S 50C Pan Pac Commemorative MS67 PCGS
This beautifully preserved Superb Gem showcases concentric rainbow toning on each side, underlying an amber tone throughout. The sapphire blue and and magenta at the rims is stunning. The strike is crisp and the overall eye appeal is immense. Very nice f
1918 50C Lincoln Commemorative MS64+
A challenged issue when it comes to beauty and spectacular color...not so with this example. The obverse is target toned, with sparkling yellow at the rim and mint green and peacock blue hugging the rims. Extraordinary eye-appeal and PQ for the grade!
1920 50C Maine Commemorative MS66 PCGS
Gorgeous! Premium Quality in terms of technical merit and the color is WOW for the issue. The light centers yield to soft mint green with flows into amber and gold at the rims. Brilliant luster will excite, and keep in mind this coin is a candidate for
1920 50C Pilgrim Commemorative MS63 PCGS
1920 50C Pilgrim Commemorative MS66 PCGS
1920 50C Pilgrim Commemorative MS66+ PCGS
A gorgeous Pilgrim, showing lovely patina and cartwheel luster. Both sides are toned in soft lavender, baby blue and pink with bright amber rim toning. Half the price of a MS67 and believe us...just as nice.
1921 50C Alabama 2x2 Commemorative MS63 PCGS
Original surfaces that are untoned and impressive for the grade. Housed in an older PCGS green holder this looks to be a candidate for regrade. Very nice!
1921 50C Alabama Commemorative MS65 PCGS 4
1923-S 50C Monroe Commemorative MS65 PCGS
Delightful luster lurks beneath the magnificent color of this jewel. Both sides are stunning in both color and color patterns. There are peripheral bands of turquoise blue, vibrant orange, magenta, and yellow throughout. Very nice for the grade and bri
1924 50C Huguenot Commemorative MS66 PCGS 2
1925 50C Lexington Commemorative MS66+ PCGS
OH-SO close to MS67, and this would be a 5 figure coin at that lofty grade. Spectacular honey color graces both sides with pastel pink in the center that melts into baby blue and mint green with amber at the rims. Glorious toning pattern! Superb gem! U
1925 50C Vancouver Commemorative MS66+ PCGS
OH-SO close to MS67! Pristine surfaces and spectacular luster qualities. The colors are splattered across the obverse in soft blues and greens. Just at the margins you see brilliant purple, orange and shocking pink. A nice coin!
1925 50C Vancouver Commemortive MS66 PCGS/CAC
CAC stickered for quality and originality. Glorious cobalt blue hugs the obverse rim...as the patina moves to the center of the coin it turns to soft amber. The reverse sports the same cobalt blue just at the rim and is less toned than the obverse. A r
1925-S 50C California Commemorative MS63 PCGS
OGH...and oh-my-goodness, this coin looks like it could upgrade by several points. Brilliant, diamond white surfaces are outstanding both in technical merit and eye-appeal.
1926-S 50C Oregon Commemorative MS68 PCGS/CAC
MONSTER!!! Phenomenal toning pattern with magnificent color. PCGS has only graded 6 1926-S Oregon's in MS68 NONE FINER. The rims are toned in fiery orange and bronze and the center of the coin is sky blue and mint green. Add to the appeal the luster if
1927 50C Vermont Commemorative MS65 PCGS/CAC
Sparkling luster and beautiful color have set this coin apart. The portrait on the obverse is a lovely translucent blue, surrounding that is a champagne hue and swirls of blue that are enticing. The reverse is toned in the same champagne tone. Again, t
1927 50C Vermont Commemorative MS65 PCGS/CAC 2
CAC certified. An impressive coin with spectacular luster. A light champagne toning encompasses the entire coin and the portrait is a stunning sapphire blue and peach. Very nice indeed.
1928 50c Hawaiian Commemorative MS65 PCGS 2
This coin must be seen to be truly appreciated. A spectacular rainbow slices across the reverse (the coin is holdered with that reverse up) creating one of the most amazing Hawaiian's in MS65 we have had the... Read More
1928 50C Hawaiian Commemorative MS65 PCGS 2
1934 50C Boone Commemorative MS65 PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. This coin has a most unique look, with outstanding color. The obverse shows Daniel Boone with a lavender and purple face and a lemon yellow background. The reverse is lemon yellow with a slight lavender hue.
1934 50C Maryland Commemorative MS63 PCGS
White and frosty, this coin is housed in an old green PCGS holder and has serious upgrade potential.
1935 50C Arkansas Commemorative MS66+ PCGS/CAC
1935 50C Arkansas Commemorative MS67 PCGS
Monster color! This coin has some rich, vivid shades of fuchsia, magenta, turquoise, grass green and amber on the reverse...just lovely. The obverse is freckled in cinnamon and olive green toning in an unusual pattern. Very nice for the grade and a coi
1935 50C Boone Commemorative MS66 PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. The obverse and reverse are bathed in chestnut gold and the surfaces are as smooth as glass. There is a crescent of magenta and sapphire blue on the obverse at 12:00 o'clock. A stellar example.
1935 50C Boone Commemorative MS67+ PCGS
Flawless! PCGS has only graded 6 coins in MS67+ and NO MS68'S...When one coin grades MS68 it very well could be this beauty. Brilliant luster and soft amber rim toning is evident, but the real calling card is the technical merit. We stress...FLAWLESS!
1935 50C Hudson Commemortive MS66+ PCGS/CAC
POP. 20/12. The Hudson has always been a challenging commem in terms of luster and eye-appeal. This beauty shows remarkable luster qualities and a bit of burnt orange at the rims. Very nicely priced for a PQ coin that looks like a candidate for regrade
1935 50C Spanish Trail Commemorative MS67 PCGS
Untoned with satinlike luster that radiates off the pristine surfaces. There is a hint or two of color here an there attesting to the originality.
1935 50C Spanish Trail MS65 PCGS
Housed in an old green holder (which is scratched by the way) this coin is a candidate for regrade. Satiny with full luster and immaculate surfaces, it is a lovely example.
1935 50C Texas Commemorative MS67+ PCGS
PQ+++++ This beauty looks like it belongs in a MS68 holder! It is basically untoned, with a sparkling white patina and outstanding luster. Pristine!
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