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1802 50C Draped Bust half VF30 PCGS
Magnificently toned! A dramatic crescent of electric blue, violet and orange have highlighted Ms. Liberty's portrait in a beautiful fashion. Nice detail for the grade in our opinion. What sets this jewel apart is the stunning color! Must see!
1803 50C Draped Bust Large 3 AU53 PCGS
This is a medium gray example with vestiges of lavender and amber undertones. The surfaces are smooth and problem free. We think this coin has excellent eye-appeal and superb underlying luster.
1830 50C Capped Bust Half MS64 PCGS
A wonderful coin with extraordinary eye-appeal and gem like surfaces. Luster abounds on this beauty and the color around the obverse rim is a soft sapphire blue. The reverse is a darker shade of amber with a vibrant band of sapphire at the rim. Just be
1831 50C Capped Bust Half MS61 PCGS/GOLD CAC
Gold CAC stickered...for quality and originality and extraordinary properties. This is a magnificent coin with original mint luster and amber and sapphire blue toning throughout. Gorgeous!
1834 50C Capped Bust Half AU58 PCGS
Large Date, Small Letters variety. This coin is much prettier than the image, it has a generous portion of luster and soft powder blue color intermingled with an amber patina. Very nice surfaces that quite frankly could grade in MS in our opinion.
1866 50C Seated Liberty Half Dollar Motto MS65 PCGS
While 7 pieces have attained the goal of MS65 we can not find a single example that has traded in auction with this stunning eye-appeal! Spectacular colors in the album toned pattern encircle both sides of this gem. Shades of midnight blue, sapphire blue,
1877-S 50C Seated Liberty MS65 PCGS
A strong, crisp strike envelopes the coin and you see the type of color that excites the Seated Liberty enthusiast. The full mint luster is apparent even through layers of color. This splendid example is highlighted by electric blue and lavender toning
1888 50C Seated Liberty Half Dollar PR66+ PCGS/CAC
Concentric rings of lavender and cobalt blue around the rims combine with gorgeous rose gold toning in the center to create a visual masterpiece. Splendid color, vibrant mirrors and pristine surfaces all add up to a coin that looks undergraded! Must be
1890 50C Seated Half PR66+ PCGS/GOLD CAC
GOLD CAC! This coin is graded PR66+ and with the acceptance of the Gold CAC sticker we can assume it is severely undergraded. The surfaces are sheer perfection! The toning pattern is the old Wayte Raymond album toning. The color is vivid sapphire blue
1890 50C Seated Liberty Half PR66DCAM PCGS
A lovely gem specimen with exquisite detail and stunning mirrors. The centers are brilliant and encircled by bands of purple and sapphire blue at the rims. So nice for the grade, you will notice the almost PR67 technical merits. Amazing eye-appeal.
1898 50C Barber Half PR67 UltraCameo NGC
The eye-appeal of this half dollar is off the charts! Silver, watery fields are highlighted by devices that are frosty, creating exquisite contrast. This coin is flawless, the surfaces are beautifully preserved. Brilliant throughout with astounding mir
1906 50C Barber Half PR66 PCGS
A brilliant issue with minimal contrast but superior eye-appeal. The coin is snow white and mirrored and the obverse rim is toned in shocking pink and rose-gold color. The reverse is rim-toned in the same pink and rose-gold color with a few splashes of
1916-D 50C Walking Liberty Half MS66 PCGS
Marvelously toned in shades of champagne, amber and robin's egg blue. This coin glows...What you cannot see from the photo is a swatch of brilliant blue at the sun's rays on the obverse. Just lovely! Nice for the grade and pinpoint striking, especially
1917-D 50C Obv. Walking Liberty Half MS65 PCGS
A premium gem!!! Magnificent luster and stunning white surfaces. Oh-so nice for the grade! The strike is all there, the hand and Ms. Liberty's face are crisp. An exquisite look for an early walker.
1918-S 50C Walker MS65 PCGS 2
Extremely well defined for the date, especially on the often weak branch hand. Each side is pleasingly preserved with warm and inviting luster. There is a veil of faint champagne toning atop the obverse and the reverse shows the same with a beautiful hi
1927-S 50C Walking Liberty Half MS65 PCGS
Strike is a frequent problem with Walking Liberty half dollars, particularly those from the San Francisco Mint, most display weakly defined design elements. This example possesses above-average sharpness with the only noteworthy weakness seen on Liberty's
1934 50C Walking Liberty Half MS68 NGC
WOW! Monster Toning and pristine surfaces combine to create a work of art. The rims are a medley magenta and orange that melts into sea green and sparkling blue. The center of the obverse is soft white. The reverse is rose/gold accompanied by sea gre
1935-D 50C Walking Liberty Half MS65 NGC
This is a date that comes poorly struck...look at this beauty. Light, bright patina and a strike that makes this piece upper echelon for the date. Thumb definition and skirt lines that are well defined. Much nicer than a MS65 typically looks.
1936 50C Walking Liberty Half MS67 PCGS
This alluring premium gem displays a beautiful satiny sheen. The surfaces are essentially untoned but show golden iridescent toning just at the rims. A razor sharp strike will enchant the viewer.
1936 50C Walking Liberty Half PR64 PCGS/CAC
A pleasing coin, with intense mirrors and no toning whatsoever. Both sides are impeccably preserved. A special coin that is nice for the grade.
1936 50C Walking Liberty Half PR65 PCGS
Key Date...very nice mirrors and flawless surfaces. This beauty is untoned and has no distractions from it's design.
1937-D 50C Walking Liberty Half MS66 PCGS
In 20 years of locating amazingly toned coins for my collectors...I have never seen a Walker toned like this beauty. It is stunning!!! Sumptuous toning in shades of sapphire blue, rose and amethyst cover the entire coin. The vivid color and cartwheel lu
1938-D 50C Walking Liberty Half MS65+ PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. Pinpoint striking on all important areas! Brilliant luster shines throughout and cobalt blue hugs the rims on both sides and melts into amber just at the rim. Extraordinary eye-appeal.
1939 50C Walking Liberty MS68 PCGS
An original gem with amazing eye-appeal. a slight pastel veil of yellow and pink grace across the surfaces. There is a hint of rainbow toning at 12:00 o'clock on the obverse that is enticing. Booming luster and flawless surfaces have combined to create
1941 50C Walking Liberty Half MS67 PCGS/CAC 2
Brilliant, sparkling white surfaces are glimmering in vibrant luster. A bold, crisp strike is well executed. A near perfect specimen...if only all Walkers were this pretty!
1942 50C Walking Liberty Half PR68 PCGS
Amazing mirrors! Sparkling surfaces are graced with caramel colored toning about the rims. You can find a 1942 proof Walker...no problem, but to locate a PR68 with the eye-appeal of this piece and the crystal clear mirrors is a real coup. Sheer perfect
1943-D 50C Walking Liberty Half MS66* NGC
WOW! NGC placed a star on the holder for extraordinary eye-appeal and they are spot on! Color + Luster = Amazing! Shades of gold, magenta, ruby red, turquoise, electric blue and emerald green dance atop the surfaces on both sides...must be seen as a ca
1943-D 50C Walking Liberty Half PCGS MS67+ PCGS
Lovely Walker with lemon yellow and diamond white color that glides atop the surfaces. The luster is amazing and the pastel color that swirls makes the coin a real standout. Immaculate surfaces!
1943-S 50C Walking Liberty Half MS66 PCGS
An alluring premium quality gem that displays a beautiful satinlike sheen. The surfaces are essentially untoned but under close scrutiny you will see slight lavender rim toning. Very nice for the grade and STRUCK.
1945- S 50C Walking Liberty Half MS66 PCGS/CAC
Bright white with a strong satin-like luster. Very nice for the grade...any marks are well hidden in the eagles feathers. Very strong strike for the date.
1945-D 50C Walking Liberty Half MS65 NGC
An impressive gem with drop dead gorgeous luster and color.
1946 50C DDR Walking Liberty Half MS65 PCGS
Doubled on the reverse, a special variety not to be ignored. Sparkling white luster abounds and this baby is struck! No distractions to mention.
1947 50C Walking Liberty Half MS67 PCGS
Ivory centers with an iridescent toning of almond gold grace this LOVELY Walker. It displays a killer strike...as defined as you will find. Pristine!
1953 50C Franklin Half MS66 PCGS/CAC
CAC certified for quality and originality. An attractive toning pattern on the obverse shows a v shaped cobalt blue streak. There is also turquoise and honey gold on the obverse. The reverse is stunning in shades of turquoise, cherry red, pink and topa
1955 50C Franklin Half MS65+FBL PCGS
Bugs Bunny variety, caused by a die clash. You just don't see this date with the magnificent color this one has acquired. An enticing rainbow encircles the entire obverse. The reverse is sparkling white.
1956 50C Franklin half MS67 PCGS/CAC
CAC Certified for quality and originality. Superb toning for a Franklin half...the coin is shaded in a uniform pattern in autumnal hues of straw gold, moss green, and fiery orange. Pristine surfaces and satinlike luster add to the appeal. There are none
1963-D 50C Franklin Half MS64 PCGS
MONSTER TONING!!!!! Spectacular rainbow toning that is seldom seen this wild. The obverse shows us neon green, neon pink, neon orange and it all syncs together in a rainbow pattern. The reverse is intense, but the color is more subdued orange and silver
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