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1806 50C Draped Bust Half MS62 NGC
Pointed 6, with stem variety. This magnificent coin has superb eye appeal with a soft amber mint luster glowing on both sides. A needle sharp strike and clean fields compliment the coin.
1862 50C Seated Liberty PR67 PCGS
POP. 1 PCGS has graded only this one coin in PR67...NONE FINER! The obverse has light accents of pinkish-golden toning in the center with purple and sapphire blue at the rims. The reverse displays much of the original brilliance and is graced with just a
1868 50C Seated Liberty Half PR65 Cameo NGC
A boldly contrasted superb piece that exhibits spectacular eye-appeal. The centers are untoned and surrounded by shades of cinnamon, violet and electric blue at the margins. Deeply reflective mirrors only add to the appeal.
1873-CC 50C No Arrows Seated Half MS62 PCGS
Light rose gold and soft violet toning envelope the entire coin. The luster is creamy and full and the eye-appeal is off the charts! The surfaces are minimally abraded and the strike needle sharp. PCGS price guide lists at 18K, we think this coin is ste
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
1915-D 50C Barber Half Dollar MS66 PCGS
POP. 15/2 with a PCGS price guide of $5,500. This premium jewel dazzles with luster and is toned in soft hues of mauve, sky blue, and sparkling gold.
1918-D 50C Walking Liberty Half MS64+ PCGS
Sharply struck and a commanding presence of strong luster. This untoned near gem is priced handsomely as it would be bringing 25 to 30K in a MS65 holder! Only a few minutes marks have limited the grade. Cartwheel luster on both sides and a hint of fain
1934 50C Walking Liberty Half MS66+ PCGS
A brilliant and frosty gem that is sharply struck. Stark white surfaces are free of any abrasions and we think the surfaces are nice for the grade.
1935-S 50C Walking Liberty Half dollar MS66 PCGS/CAC
Full skirt lines and crisply struck throughout...The soft champagne patina envelopes the entire coin but it still shows the detail of a white piece. Very nice for the grade as the CAC sticker would indicate.
1937-S 50C Walking Liberty Half MS66+ PCGS
Brilliant throughout and sparkling with diamond bright surfaces. Flawless and well struck.
1939 50C Walking Liberty Half PR68* NGC
Put on your sunglasses folks! This beauty is a black/white stunner with strong mirrors and immaculate surfaces. The portrait of Ms. Liberty is frosty which adds to the appeal. You would not be able to improve upon this intensely attractive piece. A re
1939-S 50C Walking Liberty Half Dollar MS66+ PCGS/CAC
CAC! Magnificent luster qualities that glide atop the pristine surfaces. This is one of those coins that look like it needs to be sent in for a regrade. You will not find a nicer 66+! When this coin is tilted it shows the slightest pastel shades of sof
1942 50C Walking Liberty Half Dollar PR67 PCGS
Brilliant silver patina drapes the centers, while the margins exhibit varying degrees of honey-gold and magenta toning. Strong mirrors are evident and both sides are immaculately preserved.
1944-S 50C Walking Liberty Half MS66 PCGS
Pleasing luster radiates from both sides of this white/silver stunner. Amazing surfaces with intense luster and frosty brilliance.
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